Iraqi Leaders Restrict U.S. Troop Movements, Activities

The Washington Post cites what it calls a 'curt missive' dated July 2 from the Baghdad Operations Command ordering U.S. military leaders to 'stop all joint patrols' in the capital.

BRITISH OPEN: Watson Putts Closer to Historic Victory

Tom Watson has teed off in the third round of the British Open, trying to keep up his quest to become the oldest major champion in golf history.

Three Neighbors Found Dead in Two Florida Condos

Authorities said Saturday that detectives believe foul play was involved.

One of 'Octomom's' Kids Reportedly Rushed to Hospital

A celebrity Web site says one of Nadya Suleman's 14 children has been rushed to a California hospital for drinking a nonpoisonous saltwater solution.

Cops: Baby's Blood-Alcohol Level 4 Times Legal Limit

Georgia authorities say they found a baby sitter accused of feeding a 9-month-old boy wine, causing his blood-alcohol level to exceed four times the legal limit for an adult.

Orwell's '1984' and 'Animal Farm' Deleted From Kindles

Users of Amazon.com's e-reader device were surprised and unsettled over the past day to receive notice that George Orwell works they had purchased, including "1984" and "Animal Farm," had been removed from their Kindle and their money refunded.

Gaza's 'Hamaswood' Premieres Militant Feature

The Islamic militants' first feature film — an action-packed homage to a top Hamas militant — cost only $200,000 to make and is being shown to segregated audiences of bearded men and veiled women.

Fugitive Terrorist Suspected in Indonesia Hotel Blasts

Investigators worked Saturday to identify a pair of bombers who attacked two American luxury hotels in Indonesia's capital, and officials confirmed at least four of the dead were foreigners.

Kim Jong Il's Teen Grandson Spotted at Pop Concert

North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's teenage grandson was seen at a concert given by one of South Korea's biggest pop stars, singing along in the crowd, a news report said Saturday.