King Kin Slams Reid

Al Sharpton, NAACP and Black Caucus have expressed support for Harry Reid — but niece of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. calls Reid's comments 'sadly outrageous'

Crackdown Taken With a Grain of Salt

NYC mayor wants to add salt to regulations that include nutrition label displays and transfats ban | VIDEO• Restaurant Chefs Boiling Over Salt Crackdown

Mexico Opens New Year With 69 Drug Murders in a Day

Mexico opened the new year with what could be its most dubious distinction yet in the 3-year-old battle against drug trafficking — 69 murders in one day.

U.S. Calls Claims It Killed Iran Nuke Physicist 'Absurd'

The United States called "absurd" charges by Iran that it had anything to do with the Tuesday motorcycle bomb blast that killed a prominent nuclear physics professor.

U.S. Rejects N. Korea's Peace Talks Proposal

South Korea and the U.S. rejected North Korea's proposal to start peace talks to formally end the Korean War, with Seoul saying Tuesday that can happen only after the North rejoins disarmament talks and reports progress in denuclearization.

Tylenol Killings Suspect Submits DNA, Friend Says

A man long suspected in the 1982 Chicago-area Tylenol slayings has submitted a DNA sample and fingerprints to authorities, a friend said Monday.

Walmart Pulls Kid's Jewelry After Probe About Cadmium

Walmart removes from stores children's jewelry cited in Associated Press inquiry on cadmium.

Republicans Reject Reid's Forgive-and-Forget Approach

Senate majority leader says he's won't to 'dwell' on his racial description of Obama — but GOP not moving on

Louisiana juvenile sex-abuse statistics released

LOUISIANA - Louisiana falls in the middle of a nationwide study on sex abuse at juvenile care facilities. A report from the Bureau of Justice statistics shows that most of the allegations were from teens accusing staff members of sexual assault.