The White House blasted the jubilant, flag-waving crowds that greeted Pan Am bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, who was convicted in the 1988 killing of 270 people but is being embraced in Libya as a returning hero.
Cops on the hunt for a reality TV contestant charged with the grisly murder of his model ex-wife were continuing to search the U.S.-Canadian border after the woman's relatives pleaded with his friends and family not to help 'an animal' evade capture.
Iran's hard-line regime has reversed its position in the ongoing nuclear showdown with the West, agreeing in the last week to allow United Nations inspectors into two significant nuclear facilities, diplomats tell FOX News.
Scotland freed the terminally ill Lockerbie bomber on compassionate grounds Thursday, letting him go home to Libya to die and rejecting American pleas to show no mercy to the man responsible for the 1988 attack that killed 270 people.
The only man ever convicted in the bombing of a Pan Am jet over Lockerbie, Scotland, was due to learn Thursday whether he will be freed on compassionate grounds and allowed to return to Libya or die in a British prison.