Pakistani General's Home Attacked Amid Offensive

Gunmen opened fire Friday at the home of the army commander heading the military offensive against Taliban militants in Pakistan's northwest, sparking a gunbattle just hours after a homcide attack at a police checkpoint, officials said.

Lakers Take 3-1 Lead Over Magic With OT Win

The Los Angeles Lakers took a 3-1 lead the NBA finals Thursday, rallying to beat the Orlando Magic 99-91 in overtime to move within one win of a 15th championship.

Lakers Take 3-1 Lead Over Magic With OT Win

The Los Angeles Lakers took a 3-1 lead the NBA finals Thursday, rallying to beat the Orlando Magic 99-91 in overtime to move within one win of a 15th championship.

Chavez Threatens to Shutdown Critical TV Channel

President Hugo Chavez threatened to close down an opposition-sided news network, saying the defiant Globovision channel's days on the airwaves will be numbered if its directors don't stand down.

Chavez Threatens to Shutdown Critical TV Channel

President Hugo Chavez threatened to close down an opposition-sided news network, saying the defiant Globovision channel's days on the airwaves will be numbered if its directors don't stand down.

Porn Industry Hit With 16 Confirmed HIV Cases

Los Angeles County health officials say there have been 16 previously unpublicized confirmed cases of HIV in adult film industry performers since 2004 when an outbreak shut down porn production for a month.

Warnings of Riots in Iran if Election Rigged

As the most tumultuous campaign in the Islamic Republic’s 30-year history drew to a close, Mir Hossein Mousavi, the incumbent’s strongest challenger, called for a fair election

'Wiz' Beaten: Feds Bust High-Tech Pickpocket Ring

Ten members of a national high-tech band of pickpockets have been charged with conspiracy and bank-fraud by federal prosecutors in Virginia in the government's first "large-scale swipe" at Chicago-based identity-theft ring "Cannon to the Wiz."

Pay Raise? Ask Uncle Sam

Rep. Barney Frank wants guidelines for compensation — and not just for companies receiving bailout money• FOX News Poll: U.S. Not in Love With 'Gov't Motors'

Ex-NFL Linebacker Pleads Not Guilty to 1994 Murder

A former NFL linebacker has pleaded not guilty to killing a wealthy Southern California businessman 14 years ago.