Dutch Police: Young Sailor Laura Dekker Disappears

A teenage Dutch sailor who made headlines when she went to court to fight for the right to sail solo around the world has disappeared, police said Sunday.

Storm's Snow Assault Heads Up East Coast

A slow-moving storm that blanketed swaths of the mid-Atlantic with nearly 2 feet of snow headed northward Sunday, continuing its assault on the East Coast after causing at least five deaths.

California City's Police to Wear Head-Mounted Cameras

Police in California are testing head-mounted cameras to record interactions with the public.

Lockerbie Bomber's Health 'Deteriorating,' Hospital Says

Lockerbie bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi's health is deteriorating, according to a Libyan hospital source.

Scotland Yard Warns London of Possible Mumbai-Style Attack

Scotland Yard has warned businesses in London to expect a Mumbai-style attack on the capital.

Iran Admits Prisoners Were Beaten to Death by Jailers

After months of denials, Iran acknowledged Saturday that at least three people detained in the country's postelection turmoil were beaten to death by their jailers.

U.S. Hits Al Qaeda in Yemen

Sources say president ordered missile attacks, escalating administration's fight against terror organization• U.S. Officials: Arrests in Africa Link Al Qaeda and Drugs

New Jersey Dad's Battle With Brazil Threatening Ties

A U.S. man caught in a tug-of-war with his late ex-wife's relatives for custody of his son got a boost from Brazil's top prosecutor in a dispute that is testing an international child abduction treaty and heating up into a political tussle.

Fate of Health Care in Nelson's Hands

Sen. Ben Nelson — only known Dem holdout — will play role of Santa or Grinch, controlling passage of bill