July Becoming Deadliest Month for Afghan War Troops

July has been shaping up as the deadliest month of the Afghan war for U.S.-led international forces, with the number killed already matching the highest full-month toll of the nearly eight-year conflict.

Obama Push Comes toShove on Health Care

Obama pressures Congress to push through $1 trillion-plus health care overhaul before August recess

9 Doctors Who Treated Jackson Under Investigation

No fewer than nine doctors from California, New York, Nevada, Texas and Florida are being investigated

Tsunami Generated Off New Zealand After Quake

Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says a potentially destructive tsunami has been generated after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck off New Zealand's west coast.

Health Care at What Cost?

$1.5 trillion plan offered by House Dems will leave medical providers, employers and wealthy picking up the tab

Murder of Florida Couple Puts Spotlight on Sheriff

The public face of the investigation into the murder of a wealthy Florida couple presciently told a newspaper while campaigning for sheriff a year ago that this county of 300,000 "isn't Mayberry anymore."

Senators Recede, Let Sotomayor Speak

Senators let Sonia Sotomayor get in a word edgewise as the judge sought to justify confirmation to Supreme Court

Debbie Rowe Denies 'Selling' Kids to Jackson's Mom

Michael Jackson's ex-wife Debbie Rowe said "Hell no" when discussing whether she wanted custody of her two kids, according to a series of bombshell e-mails made public this afternoon.

House Readies CIA Probe

CIA asked to provide documents about secret proposal to kill Al Qaeda leaders, likely a precursor to full-blown probe

Jobs of the Future

As unemployment climbs, Obama seeks to balance economic recovery with needs of a deteriorating job market — but not all sectors are suffering