Longest Solar Eclipse Shrouds Asia in Darkness

The longest solar eclipse of the 21st century pitched a swath of Asia from India to China into near darkness Wednesday as millions gathered to watch the phenomenon.

Spear Wound Shows Human Killed Neanderthal

Newly analyzed remains suggest that a modern human killed a Neanderthal man in what is now Iraq between 50,000 and 75,000 years ago.

Regulatory Czar Confirmation on Hold

GOP senator halts hearing over concerns nominee will push a radical animal rights agenda, restrict hunting

Ex-UFC Fighter: My 'Death' Greatly Exaggerated

Kimo Leopoldo said Tuesday he didn't know where the rumor of his death started

Paramedic Sues Trooper Over Scuffle Caught on Video

The paramedic who scuffled with an Oklahoma highway police officer while a patient waited inside the ambulance has filed suit against the trooper, FOX News has learned.

Brother: Missing Soldier Kidnapped, Held for Ransom

The family of Pfc. James Gonzalez, 24, last saw him July 11 at his mother's house in Robstown, near Corpus Christi

Weapons Debate 'Heats Up' Senate

Defense bill amendment that would let people carry concealed weapons across state lines sparks debate

Brazil Official Reportedly Calls Israeli FM a Facist

Israel's Haaretz newspaper reported that Valter Pomar, secretary of international relations for the Workers Party, said that Avigdor "Lieberman is a racist and a fascist" during an interview.