Son Lost in Saddam-Led Attack Found Alive 21 Years Later

DNA tests showed a man named Ali who returned from Iran was the sole surviving child of 58-year-old Fatima Mohammed Salih, who had lost her husband and other 6 children in the 1988 chemical attack on the Kurds.

Settlement over toxic FEMA trailors close

LOUISIANA - There's talk of a possible settlement to end the lawsuits stemming from the toxic FEMA trailers. Lawyers are negotiating an agreement to resolve thousands of claims against a trailer manufacturer accused of supplying shelters with Form

8 Extreme Solutions to Global Warming

While the politicians fiddle in Copenhagen, many believe the only way to solve the global warming problem is by taking radical, creative new steps

Marines Launch 1st Major Afghan Operation Since Surge

U.S. Marines launch first major Afghan operation since US troop surge announced.

Web Site Aims to Uncover Fakers in Fatigues

Military impostors, beware: A new Web site designed to root out fraudulent veterans and fakers in fatigues has been launched.

Social Services working to help military families

SHREVEPORT - The state Department of Social Services is working to get child care assistance for families on military bases. The Shreveport Times reports the agency has announced its plan to create a new child care provider type in the state.

U.N. to Investigate Leak of Fudged Climate Data E-Mails

The United Nations will conduct its own investigation into e-mails leaked from a leading British climate science center in addition to the probe by the University of East Anglia.

Taliban Detainee Claims Bin Laden Seen in Afghanistan

A Taliban detainee in Pakistan claims Al Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden was seen in Afghanistan in January or February of this year, the BBC reports.

Fort Hood Cop Says Career Has Been Cut Short

One of two civilian police officers who brought down the Army psychiatrist accused of going on a shooting rampage at Fort Hood said her wounds from the attack will cut short her career as street police officer.