'Hangover' Hangs on Second Week as No. 1 Box Office Hit

The Warner Bros. comedy "The Hangover" hauled in $33.4 million to remain the top box-office draw for a second-straight weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday.

Ahmadinejad Dismisses Iran Election Violence

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his re-election was "real and free" and cannot be questioned — but that isn't stopping his campaign rival from appealing the results.

Colo. Cops Investigate Girl's Body Found in Apple Orchard

Authorities say the body of a girl found under apple trees a quarter mile from the interstate near Glenwood Springs may have been dumped there after she was killed somewhere else.

Latest Failed Pirate Attack Shows Expanding Reach

A fleet of international naval vessels assembled to combat a surge in pirate attacks around the Horn of Africa may be driving pirates further afield, navy officials said. Seasonally bad weather may also be pushing pirates northward.

Sikhs Challenge U.S. Army's Ban on Turbans, Beards

An Army policy from the 1980s that regulates the wearing of religious items would mean he would need to shave his beard and remove the turban he wears in accordance with his religious precepts.

Sikhs Challenge U.S. Army's Ban on Turbans, Beards

An Army policy from the 1980s that regulates the wearing of religious items would mean he would need to shave his beard and remove the turban he wears in accordance with his religious precepts.

Biden Doubts Iran Election

Vice President says U.S. needs more time to analyze if vote was free and fair, as Ahmadinejad claims

14-Year-Old Discovers Rare Supernova in Nearby Galaxy

Astronomers say Moore is the youngest person to ever discover a supernova — and in her case, an extremely rare one.

Drilling Eyed as Possible Culprit Behind Texas Earthquakes

At issue is a drilling practice called "fracking," in which water is injected into the ground at high pressure to fracture the layers of shale and release natural gas trapped in the rock.

U.S. Citizen Pleads Not Guilty to Terror Charges in UAE

A U.S. citizen of Lebanese origin denied terrorism-related charges against him in the United Arab Emirates supreme court on Sunday and said he confessed under pressure because he wanted the "beatings to stop."