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Stronger Punishment Sought for Man in Wife's Scuba Death

Australian prosecutors said Thursday they will appeal for stronger punishment for an American man who was sentenced to serve one year in prison for manslaughter in the death of his wife during a honeymoon scuba diving trip.

Amusement Park Denies Paralyzed Veteran Free Entry

The family of a U.S. Marine is outraged after a Michigan amusement park reportedly insisted on charging the veteran admission to enter the park — despite his being a quadriplegic.

Full-Court Press Over Transferring Gitmo Detainees

U.S. allies in Europe, Asia, as well as Australia are now the main focus of the U.S.-detainee transfer negotiations.

Oregon Woman Obsessed With Rabbits Arrested Again

Sakewitz was sentenced in April 2007 to five years probation and was banned from owning or controlling animals. She also was told not to go within 100 yards of a rabbit.

'All-American Car' Company to Build Factory in Louisiana

Startup automaker V-Vehicle to create 1,400 new jobs and assemble an all-new vehicle in Louisiana

McCain Rips Obama on Iran

Former campaign rival tells FOX News Obama has not stood up for U.S. principles in aftermath of Iran election• Key Reformists Reportedly Seized in Crackdown

Rights Groups: Prominent Reformists Seized in Iran

President Mamoud Ahmadinejad was declared the winner in a landslide late last week, prompting calls from opposition candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi to investigate potential fraud.

Collection Agency Hired to Go After School Lunch Money

Iowa residents owing the Marshalltown Community School District lunch money will soon have more than the school bully to answer to.

Pentagon Exam Calls Protest 'Low-Level Terrorism'

A written exam administered by the Pentagon labels "protests" as a form of "low-level terrorism" — enraging civil liberties advocates and activist groups who say it shows blatant disregard of the First Amendment.

Police: Mia Farrow's Brother Killed Himself in Art Gallery

Actress Mia Farrow's brother, a sculptor, killed himself at his art gallery in Vermont, state police and a spokeswoman for the actress said Wednesday.