Ariz. Cities to Sue Over Immigrant Law

City councils in Tucson and Flagstaff vote to sue state in an effort to overturn a tough new illegal immigration law

Ahmadinejad Questions U.S. Arsenal

Iranian president criticizes Pentagon's disclosure that the U.S. has 5,113 nuclear warheads in its stockpile

Oil to Make Landfall Soon

Florida Senator says oil slick is expected to reach land Wednesday and that BP should be held accountable

Tentative Deal on Financial Overhaul

Senate Dems agree to drop a $50B fund that Republicans attack as perpetual Wall Street bailout-in-waiting

Jindal continues to lead fight against spill

Governor Bobby Jindal continues to work out new plans in the fight against the crisis on the coast. Jindal says he's ready to protect Louisiana under the worst case scenario. Jindal is requesting 8 million feet of absorbent and hard boom, as we

Oil Spill Finger-Pointing Begins

White House is in an all-out push to make clear to public and Congress that BP is on hook for cleaning up spill

Grisly Details Emerge in UVA Murder

URGENT: Affidavit says lacrosse star told cops he shook victim and repeatedly hit her head against a wall

Former neighborhood director misused funds

SHREVEPORT - The former director of the Queensborough Neighborhood Association pleaded guilty to misusing company funds. Officials say 70-year-old Lola May used the money like her own.

Obama Slow to React in Gulf?

While the White House says it anticipated the magnitude of the Gulf oil spill crisis, the urgency was not so apparent

Bin Laden Living It Up in Iran?

Al Qaeda leader lives comfortable life under protection of the Revolutionary Guard, says an ex-chief falconer