Raids in 6 States Show Dogfighting Widespread

The arrests this week of a Little League coach, a registered nurse and a teacher during the largest coordinated raids on dogfighting in U.S. history confirm the shadowy blood sport is alive and well despite tough laws across the country.

Madoff's Old Headquarters Available for Lease

The former headquarters of Bernard Madoff are a home away from home for the FBI and, as of July 1, a leasing opportunity for any potential tenant who can stomach its status as ground zero of the largest securities swindle in history.

Teacher Held on Suspicion of Attempted Murder on Students

It is believed that Jack was hit with a weight block used in science experiments. The teacher was arrested.

Sister: Pardon Only Hope for Jailed Journalists in N. Korea

The sister of an American journalist sentenced with a co-worker to 12 years in a North Korean labor camp says a government pardon is their only hope for freedom.

China Earthquake Injures More Than 300 People

An earthquake rocked southwest China on Thursday evening, injuring at least 336 people and collapsing 10,000 homes, state media said.

A Handshake for Qaddafi

Obama's gesture is latest effort to reach out to controversial world leaders to improve U.S. image

Al Qaeda Book Shows Group Is Scared, Experts Say

A new book published by Al Qaeda shows that the terrorist group is under intense pressure and in "deathly fear" of U.S. counterterrorism efforts in Pakistan, terror experts say.