Bomber Kills at Least 75 at Pakistan Volleyball Game

The vehicle exploded on a playing field in northwest Pakistan, a country that has been rattled by bloodshed.

NBA Players Reportedly Drew Guns in Locker Room

Gilbert Arenas, 27, went for his gun first, the Post reported, citing unnamed inside sources

Experts: Airport Pat-Downs Often Ineffective

With all the screening technology at U.S. airports, the last line of defense is still the human hand: the pat-down search.

Afghan Bombing Devastates CIA Counterterror Hub

The loss of seven officers is significant for a relatively small agency whose workforce is estimated to be 10,000 or more, but it's all the more damaging because those lost represented so much collective experience.

Iran's Mousavi Says He Is 'Ready for Martyrdom'

Iran's opposition leader is defiant in the face new threats — including calls by hard-liners for his execution — and says he is ready to die in defense of the people's rights.

Officials: U.S. Drone Strike Kills 3 in Pakistan

A suspected U.S. missile struck a car carrying alleged militants in a northwest Pakistan tribal region Friday, killing three men in the second such attack in less than a day, intelligence officials said.

North Korea's New Year's Resolution: Be Less Hostile

North Korea says it remains committed to achieve a nuclear-free Korean peninsula through dialogue and negotiations

Freed Gitmo Detainees Bolster Al Qaeda in Yemen

Pentagon figures indicate they are a small if dramatic minority among the released detainees

H1N1 doses available

Louisiana — Doses of the H1N1 vaccine will be available for everyone in Louisiana starting next week. State health officials had limited the vaccine to target groups that were more likely to catch and spread the virus. Now that mos

Petraeus Reportedly 'Certain' UK Hostage Held in Iran

Petraeus’s claim is likely to intensify the bitter diplomatic relationship between London and Tehran