Ruth Madoff Asks to Keep Fur Coat as Home Seized

The U.S. Marshals Service on Thursday took possession of disgraced financier Bernard Madoff's $7 million Manhattan home, an action that forced his wife to move elsewhere despite her plea to stay.

Jermaine Jackson Wants Michael Buried at Neverland Ranch

Older brother says he wishes it was him who died instead of Michael

Can Anyone Fill the 50 Nights Michael Jackson Was to Have Pa

One week after his demise there is still no firm plan for how to fill one of London's biggest and most important music venues

Wimbledon Puts Tennis Babes Front and 'Centre'

Players and fans have noted that a string of tennis babes have been slated to play at Wimbledon’s Centre Court, while many of the top-seeded female players have been relegated to the periphery.

400,000 Cribs Recalled Due to Suffocation Risk

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Thursday that Simplicity Inc. is recalling about 400,000 cribs that put babies at risk of death by suffocation.

Bikini Olympics: It's Models vs. Actresses - Let the Games B

Three experts who rated six of the top beauties in each glamorous group

EU May Pull Ambassadors From Iran After Crackdown

The European Union on Thursday was considering Britain's request to pull the bloc's ambassadors from Iran.

Police Chief Retires After Caught Kissing Female Cop

The police chief of a northeast Ohio township has retired after a video became public showing him and a female officer kissing and caressing in the front of a police cruiser while a prisoner was in the back seat.