Iraq Nursing Program Crosses Social Barriers

A U.S. State Department reconstruction team is funding the Pink Program in Saqlawiyah, Iraq, training ten women as nursing aides, teaching them basic first aid and prenatal care for expectant mothers.

Moving Vans Arrive at Michael Jackson's Mansion

Eight movers took dollies and other moving equipment into the mansion, but their reason for being there wasn't immediately clear

U.S. Boy to Stay With Brazil Stepfather Until Custody Ruling

A federal judge has ruled that a 9-year-old boy at the center of an international custody battle must remain with his Brazilian stepfather until a final ruling is issued on the boy's permanent custody, local news media reported Saturday.

Pastor Welcomes Parishioners' Guns in Church

A Louisville pastor is welcoming gun owners into his church's sanctuary Saturday for what he says is a show of support for the right to bear arms.

GOP's Shrinking List of 2012 Prospects

Sen. John Ensign's and Gov. Mark Sanford's affairs are latest blow to GOP as presidential herd thins fast

Venus Williams Advances to Second Week of Wimbledon

Venus Williams has powered her way into the second week of Wimbledon, beating Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain 6-0, 6-4 to reach the fourth round.

Boy Journalist, Biden's 'Homeboy,' Gets Scholarship

Albany State University has also offered Damon Weaver free summer sessions through middle and high school

Florida Mayor Arrested After Found Nude at Campsite

Officers had received a complaint about a naked man walking along a nearby road earlier in the day, but the mayor said he was not the same man

Rebel Looks Back 40 Years After Stonewall Riots

The several days of disturbances at the Stonewall bar in Manhattan's Greenwich Village became one of the defining moments of the gay rights movement