Gunfire Erupts at Iranian Pro-Reform Protests

Pro-government militia members fired on Iranian protesters during a massive demonstration over the country's hotly-disputed election, killing at least one person and wounding several others.

Maxim Monday: How Christina Milian Keeps Things Hot

The 'Bring It On' star says she keeps relationships exciting with strip clubs and costumes

Famous Musician Bankruptcies

Musicians burn through more cash than the Federal Reserve — and when it's gone, their bailout comes in the form of tell-all books, reunion tours,TV commercials, and reality shows.

Famous Musician Bankruptcies

Musicians burn through more cash than the Federal Reserve — and when it's gone, their bailout comes in the form of tell-all books, reunion tours,TV commercials, and reality shows.

Boeing Upbeat, Airbus Wins Order at Paris Air Show

A defiant Boeing said Monday the aviation industry's troubles may be ending, while Airbus kicked off the race for plane orders at this year's Paris Air Show, clouded by rainy skies, recession and the unexplained crash of Air France Flight 447.

Cops: Brother Pushes Sister Out of Fast-Moving Car

Witnesses tell police that 30-year-old Kareena Jeneya Hall and her 35-year-old brother were arguing as they traveled on the outer loop of Interstate 695 when the incident happened.

Pedophile at Center of McCann Case Won't Reveal Alibi

The dying pedophile at the center of the Madeleine McCann investigation says he has an alibi for the night she vanished — but he has no plans to reveal it.

Behind a Massive Robocall Scam, Four Human Faces

Behind the billion-plus robocalls that have bombarded cell phones, government offices and even 911 operators with high-pressure sales pitches for bogus extended car warranties, there are four human faces.

Probe Seeks Answers After 10,000 Vets Exposed to HIV

A congressional panel is pressing the Department of Veterans Affairs to disclose whether non-sterile equipment that may have exposed 10,000 veterans to HIV and other infections was isolated to three Southeast hospitals or is part of a wider problem.

Soldier Auctions Rare Copy of Historic 1788 Book

Indiana National Guard Capt. Nathan Harlan was a high school junior when he paid $7 for a 1788 first edition of volume one of "The Federalist" — a two-volume book of essays calling for the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.