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.

Mark McGwire Admits Using Steroids

Mark McGwire finally came clean Monday, admitting he used steroids when he broke baseball's home run record in 1998.

U.S. Ignored U.N. Aid Agency's Fraud and Mismanagement

A growing stack of U.N. audits and investigations point to fraud, mismanagement and lack of internal financial controls by the United Nations Office for Project Services.

Police: Killer Behind 'Brutal' Model Murder Still Out There

Miami police are warning residents to remain vigilant as authorities search for the murderer or murderers who left the body of former model Paula Sladewski burned beyond recognition in a Dumpster.

Broken pipes plague area

SHREVEPORT - Several water main breaks and broken pipes plagued the Shreveport-Bossier City area this weekend. Officials say they continue to see low water pressure, mainly in north and south Shreveport.

In Hasan Case, Superiors Ignored Their Worries

The attorney for the Fort Hood shootings suspect says his client will be evaluated next month to determine his mental status that day and whether he's competent to stand trial.

Cops: Unidentified Man Seen Leaving Club With Murdered Model

Florida police are searching for an unidentified man who witnesses say met former Playboy model Paula Sladewski outside a Miami nightclub hours before her badly burned body was found in a Dumpster.

Report: Radical Imam Detained at JFK Airport in 2002

The radical Muslim imam who ministered to at least three Sept. 11 hijackers, the Fort Hood shooter and the Nigerian accused of trying to blow up a U.S. jet on Christmas, was taken into custody at JFK Airport on a felony arrest warrant in 2002.

6.5-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Northern California

A magnitude-6.5 earthquake struck off the coast of Northern California Saturday afternoon, damaging buildings, knocking out power in several coastal communities and leaving a trail of broken windows and dishes south of the Oregon border.

CIA Bomber's Video Points to Pakistani Taliban

The Jordanian doctor who killed seven CIA employees in a suicide attack in Afghanistan said all jihadists must attack U.S. targets to revenge the killing of the Pakistani Taliban leader, according to a posthumous video on an Arabic news channel.