U.S. Moves Away From Afghanistan Drug Eradication

The United States has spent about $45 million annually in recent years to support poppy eradication in Afghanistan, and the policy has also been a cornerstone of the United Nations anti-drug program.

'Public Enemies' Likely to Earn Oscar Nods?

'Public Enemies' could earn top nods for best picture and best director

Experts: Kim's Poor Health Won't Lead to Epic Exit

Kim Jong Il's apparently failing health won't likely lead to more erratic actions from the North Korean dictator, particularly as he continues to groom his youngest son, Kim Jon Un, to succeed him, experts say.

When Opposites Attract: TV Pairs Who Love to Hate Each Other

These famous love/hate relationships keep us laughing and keep you watching!

Mickey Gilley Injured in Fall, But Paralyzation Rumors Are F

Country music legend Mickey Gilley was seriously injured in a fall in Branson, Mo. on Sunday and underwent surgery on Tuesday

Prosecutor: Evangelist 'Married' His Sex Abuse Victims

Arkansas child welfare officials seized six more children Wednesday from the Tony Alamo Christian Ministries as authorities in California visited another church compound, officials said.