Sources: Somali-Americans Indicted in Terror Case

Among those charged is a man from Minneapolis who went to war-torn Somalia and then, about four months ago, relocated to Seattle, according to sources

New Details From Sotomayor's Past

Documents detail high court nominee's work on advocacy board, including discrimination case involving NYPD

Dozens of Unreleased Songs Found in Jackson Vault

Michael Jackson had a mountain of unreleased recordings in the vault when he died — music that is almost certain to be packaged and repackaged for his fans in the years to come.

Racketeering Defendant's Rap Sheet Dates Back to '43

At 92, Frank Colacurcio Sr. shows little sign of slowing down in a life of crime that began back in the FDR administration with a statutory rape conviction.

Patients Praise Jackson's Doctor as 'Loving Soul'

While records indicate that Michael Jackson's cardiologist has had his share of financial woes, former patients of Dr. Conrad Murray defended the doctor as a 'loving soul' who stressed holistic living instead of narcotics and painkillers.

Iranian Gov't Says Neda Soltan's Murder Was 'Staged'

Iran's chief of police said Wednesday that the murder of 26-year-old protester Neda Soltan was staged, according to Iran's Press TV — a statement that rights groups and Iran watchers are calling a propagandistic lie.

Oscar-Winning Actor Karl Malden Dies at Age 97

Malden won a best supporting actor Oscar for his role as Mitch in "A Street Car Named Desire"

Supermajority Mirage?

While Al Franken is now Minnesota's senator-elect, Dems don't truly have filibuster-proof 60-vote majority

Palin Article Re-Ignites Aide Feud

Vanity Fair piece on Alaska governor brings back some animosities among high-profile former McCain advisers• Palin: I Can Outrun Obama in a Race

Michael Jackson's Will Filed in Court, Excludes Debbie Rowe

Michael Jackson's will has been filed in a Los Angeles court. The will, dated July 7, 2002, says Jackson chose not to provide for his former wife Debbie Rowe.