Search for Navy pilot called off

Authorities released the name of the Navy pilot still missing following a plane crash in Lake Pontchartrain. Lieutenant Clinton Wermers is presumed dead. The Coast Guard called off the search Monday.

Weapons, Map of Military Base Seized After Man's Arrest

Authorities in central New Jersey have seized a cache of weapons and ammunition including rifles, a grenade launcher and a night vision scope from the motel room of a Virginia man.

Neighbor Says Stacy Peterson Said 'I'm Already Dead'

The fourth wife of former Illinois police officer Drew Peterson was sure her husband would kill her, even telling a neighbor days before her disappearance in 2007 that "I'm already dead," according to testimony at a hearing on Monday.

Insurer and hospital reach vital agreement

Thousands of Louisiana patients can breathe a little easier tonight. That is because an agreement between the state's biggest insurer and the biggest private hospital has been reached. The agreement between Blue Cross Blue Shield of L

Heat's On U.N. Climate Dog

Despite allegations he's a sloppy scientist, report littered with errors, U.N.'s climate chief says he's staying put

Saints march on to Miami

NEW ORLEANS - The New Orleans Saints will head to the Super Bowl for the first time ever in franchise history after an overtime win over the Vikings Sunday night. They will meet the Indianapolis Colts who defeated the New York Jets over on Sunday

Nancy Kerrigan's Brother Arrested in Probe of Father's Death

Former Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan's brother was arrested Sunday in connection with the death of their father, who was found unresponsive inside the family's home, reported.

Watchdog Group: Iran Unrest 'Full-Blown Rights Crisis'

Iran's postelection unrest is a "full-blown human rights crisis," a watchdog group said Sunday, calling on Tehran to free government critics detained during the crackdown.

Confirmed Death Toll from Haiti Quake Tops 150,000

The confirmed death toll from Haiti's devastating earthquake has topped 150,000 in the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area alone, the communications minister said Sunday, with many more thousands dead around the country or still buried under the rubble.

Bin Laden Takes Credit for Christmas Day Bomb Attempt

Al Qaeda leader Usama Bin Laden issued a new audio message claiming responsibility for the Christmas day airline bombing attempt in Detroit and vowed further attacks.