Palin: Thank You, Not Goodbye

Is Sarah Palin on a farewell tour around Alaska or is trip the start of a possible presidential campaign for 2012?

'Angela's Ashes' Author Frank McCourt Dies at 78

He was best known for the million-selling "Angela's Ashes," a memoir about his childhood. The memoir was published in 1996 and won a Pulitzer Prize.

Deficits, Taxes May DoomHealth Care Reforms

Obama budget chief says bill won't be $240B in the hole if House adds reductions in docs' Medicare payments

Cink Steals Watson's Chance at Historic Open Win

Stewart Cink has a commanding four-stroke lead with one hole left in his British Open playoff with 59-year-old Tom Watson, who squandered a chance for a historic victory in regulation.

1969: Nixon Vows 'Peace With Honor'

Richard Nixon's pledge to end Vietnam War proved difficult to keep | VIDEO |

Protesters Gather Outside Islamic Conference Near Chicago

Protesters gathered outside a Chicago-area hotel Sunday as an Islamic extremist group reportedly linked to Al Qaeda held a conference in an attempt to step up Western recruitment efforts.

Backpacker Denies Rescue Was Hoax to Make Money

British backpacker Jamie Neale revealed he thought he would die in the Australian bush where he was lost for 12 days, and denied his story was a hoax.

U.S. Can't Fight Terror Alone

Secretary of state defends American demands that India, other countries should do more to tackle terrorism

Fugitive From FBI's Ten Most Wanted List Caught in Mexico

Authorities say a fugitive from the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list suspected of spraying automatic weapons fire at two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies nearly nine years ago is in custody in Mexico.

Negotiator: Honduras Coup Talks to Continue

Costa Rican President Oscar Arias says both sides in the talks to resolve the coup in Honduras have agreed to resume talks Sunday, but they remain far apart.