Iran Officials Declare Ahmadinejad Victorious

Iran's top legislative body confirmed that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won the disputed presidential election after conducting a partial recount of votes Monday.

New Clashes in Iran as Standoff Worsens With West

Several thousand protesters — some chanting "Where is my vote?" — clashed with riot police in Tehran on Sunday as Iran detained local employees of the British Embassy, escalating the regime's standoff with the West

Pope: Bone Fragments Found in Tomb Are St. Paul's

The first-ever scientific test on what are believed to be the remains of the Apostle Paul "seems to confirm" that they do indeed belong to the Roman Catholic saint, Pope Benedict XVI said Sunday.

Va. Man Kills Wife, Son Before Turning Gun on Self

A Virginia man fatally shot his wife and adult son and wounded another son before killing himself, authorities said Sunday. Their bodies were discovered in the basement of their burning home.

Woman Admits Sanford Relationship

Argentine woman acknowledges secret relationship with South Carolina governor after he admitted affair

BET Awards Honor Michael Jackson's Legacy

The BET Awards became the official Michael Jackson TV celebration on Sunday, with joyous tributes to the King of Pop from a New Edition medley of Jackson 5 songs to host Jamie Foxx's tender monologue.

Arizona Moves to Allow Concealed Guns in Bars

A bill moving through the Arizona Legislature has some bar owners fearful that the state is turning back the clock to the Old West.

John Edwards' Sex Tape?

Ex-presidential candidate's former aide reportedly wrote in a book proposal Edwards, ex-mistress made sex tape

Boy, 12, Dies After Being Thrown From Bull at Rodeo

Authorities say the boy was competing in the Little Britches Rodeo for youth at the Boulder County Fairgrounds when he was injured Sunday.