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Dramatic Video Shows Tsunami Hitting FBI Office

The dramatic video released Friday was taken on the morning of Sept. 29 from a stationary security camera at the FBI office in Pago Pago

Militants Hold Hostages After Storming Pakistan Army HQ

Heavily armed militants were holding up to 15 soldiers hostage inside Pakistan's army headquarters after they stormed the complex in an assault on the heart of the nuclear-armed country's most powerful institution.

Scientists: HIV Study Results May Have Been a Fluke

Researchers from the U.S. Army and Thailand announced last month they had found the first vaccine that provided some protection against HIV. But a second analysis of the study suggests the results may have been a fluke, according to scientists.

U.N. Plane Crashes in Haiti Killing All 11 on Board

The United Nations says a U.N. plane crashed into a mountain in Haiti killing all 11 people on board.

Private 'Police' Force Quits Effort to Take Over Mont. Jail

An obscure California company run by an ex-convict with a history of fraud convictions is dropping its effort to take over a Montana jail — days after state officials launched an investigation and several key participants backed away from the p

Hadron Collider Physicist Suspected of Al Qaeda Link

A nuclear physicist working at the world's largest atom smasher has been arrested on suspicion of links to the Algerian branch of Al Qaeda, another blow to a project plagued by glitches, shut down after a massive electrical failure a year ago.

CDC: 76 Children Dead From H1N1 as Cases Rise

Health officials said Friday that 76 children have died of swine flu, including 16 new reports in the past week — more evidence the new virus is unusually dangerous in kids.

Fat City: W. Va. Town Braces for TV Show Depiction

Weary of being stuck with what they call the false label of America's unhealthiest city, Huntington residents are offering a wary welcome to a celebrity TV chef who hopes to help them shape up.

Weather knocks power out

SHREVEPORT— City officials say at least 11,000 were without power this morning in the Shreveport area. Swepco reports many of the outages were in the northwestern part of Shreveport.

Blind Driver Hits 200 mph, Aims for 500 mph

South African speed demon earns a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records