Nation's Largest Fireworks Display Set Over Hudson River

After nightfall, more than 22 tons of pyrotechnics — the nation's biggest fireworks display — are set to explode over a mile-and-a-half stretch of the Hudson River, a new vantage point for New York's festivities.

Soldier Who Fought in Pink Boxers Home for 4th of July

The soldier who was photographed fighting the Taliban in his pink boxer shorts said Saturday he was glad to be back home in Texas after his yearlong deployment to Afghanistan — especially for the Fourth of July.

Palin Replacement Seeks Full Term

Lt. Gov. Sean Parnell plans to run for a four-year term as governor in 2010 after Palin announces abrupt departure

Downturn Dating: Hearts Flutter as Markets Stutter

Economic woes, it seems, unleash something practically primal in many of us who find ourselves without a partner: a hard-wired desire for companionship.

Former NFL Star Steve McNair Killed in Tennessee

Former NFL quarterback Steve McNair, whose most noted drive was the final one of the 2000 Super Bowl, was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head Saturday afternoon in a downtown condominium.

Next Great Tourist Destination ... Afghanistan?

Even as troops fight militants in the south, government officials and donors in Afghanistan's central Bamiyan valley are training tour guides and teaching restaurateurs about customer service

Teen Girl Becomes 5th Victim of Suspected Serial Killer

The coroner's office has said a teen girl shot in father's store is the fifth victim of suspected South Carolina serial killer.

FOX News Gets Inside Look at Neverland Ranch

Some highlights and fun facts from tour of Michael Jackson's Neverland