First 'Stab-Proof' Knife to Go on Sale in the U.K.

The first "anti-stab" knife is set to hit store shelves in the U.K., designed to work as normal in the kitchen but ineffective as a weapon.

Internet Cutting Down on Family Time, Study Shows

Facebook, Twitter taking up more leisure time, Annenberg Center reports in results of new poll.

Report: Journalists Entered N. Korea in 'Smear Campaign'

Two American journalists sentenced by North Korea last week to 12 years of hard labor were caught shooting video for what the North said was a politically motivated 'smear campaign,' state-run media said .

Oh, Boy! NYC Moms Sue, Say Baby Sex Tests Wrong

Six New York City mothers are suing the makers of a baby gender test that touted its product as "infallibly accurate," saying the test results they received were wrong.

Iran Ready for Limited Recount in Disputed Vote

Iran's powerful Guardian Council is ready to recount specific ballot boxes in last week's disputed presidential elections, a council spokesman said Tuesday, another twist in an election that has touched off widespread protests.

GM Agrees to Sell Saab to Sweden's Koenigsegg

General Motors Corp. says it has signed a deal to sell its Saab unit to a consortium led by Swedish carmaker Koenigsegg Automotive AB.

1 Dead, 3 Critical After High-Speed Police Chase

One man has been killed and three others critically injured after a pickup truck fleeing police slammed into two vehicles in Anaheim.

Medvedev: World Needs New Reserve Currency

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev says the world needs new reserve currencies.