Bagram in Afghanistan Turning Into 'Boom Town'

Seen from a tiny village on a recent moonless night, the sprawling U.S. base three miles to the north looks more like a medium-size city than a military facility in a war zone.

Iran Calls for Panel to Review Nuclear Deal

Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says Iran conveyed its stand to the International Atomic Energy Agency two days ago.

4 Shot to Death in North Carolina TV Store

Four men were killed in a shooting at a northwestern North Carolina television store on Sunday, and authorities said they were looking for a suspect who might be armed with an assault rifle.

Mexico Reaches Record of 100 Extraditions to U.S.

The milestone underscored the long distance the two countries have come since the 1990s, when Mexico was so loath to send fugitives north of the border that U.S.-paid bounty hunters kidnapped a suspect in Mexico and took him back themselves.

Democrats Scramble toPrevent Republican Wins

Obama and his Democratic allies pulled out the stops in a bid to prevent Republicans from sweeping major elections

Former GOP CandidateThrows Support to N.Y. Dem

Republican Scozzafava puts New York congressional race in turmoil by endorsing Democrat Owens, one day after dropping out of race

Obama in All-Out Push toSave New Jersey's Corzine

President makes a last-minute appearance for governor in race that may foreshadow next year's elections | VIDEO

Women Speak Out About Sowell's Alleged House of Horror

Women claiming to have been attacked by convicted sex offender Anthony Sowell are coming forward to share their horrifying experiences, Fox 8 Cleveland reported.

Afghan Challenger Abdullah Drops Out of Election

President Hamid Karzai's challenger withdrew Sunday from next weekend's runoff election, effectively handing the incumbent a victory but raising doubts about the credibility of the government.

Wallets Thin, Waistlines Expand in Recession

Wallets may have gotten thinner during this recession, but waistlines have expanded.