Sources: Somali-Americans Indicted in Terror Case

Among those charged is a man from Minneapolis who went to war-torn Somalia and then, about four months ago, relocated to Seattle, according to sources

Staten Island Ferry Slams Into NYC Pier, 15 Hurt

A ferry boat with about 800 passengers aboard lost power while docking during the Wednesday evening rush hour and slammed into a pier, injuring 15 people.

Report: Kevin Jonas Gets Engaged to Girlfriend

Kevin Jonas reportedly has proposed to his girlfriend, Danielle Deleasa.

Marine Killed as U.S. Military Launches Afghan Offensive

About one thousand U.S. Marines poured from helicopters and armored vehicles into Taliban-controlled villages in southern Afghanistan on Thursday in the first major operation under President Barack Obama's strategy to stabilize the country.

Dozens of Unreleased Songs Found in Jackson Vault

Michael Jackson had a mountain of unreleased recordings in the vault when he died — music that is almost certain to be packaged and repackaged for his fans in the years to come.

Racketeering Defendant's Rap Sheet Dates Back to '43

At 92, Frank Colacurcio Sr. shows little sign of slowing down in a life of crime that began back in the FDR administration with a statutory rape conviction.