Ten Lessons Learned From Past Rail Accidents

Monday's deadly train crash in Washington, D.C., will likely join other crashes scattered through the years that taught train operators valuable safety lessons.

Doctor in Dramatic South Pole Rescue Dies at 57

Dr. Jerri Nielsen FitzGerald, who diagnosed and treated her own breast cancer before a dramatic rescue from the South Pole, has died, her husband said.

North Korea Threatens to 'Wipe Out' U.S.

North Korea threatened Wednesday to wipe the United States off the map as Washington and its allies watched for signs the regime will launch a series of missiles in the coming days.

Pregnant Woman, 2 Others Injured in Hotel Explosion

The woman, who is eight months pregnant, and a man were critically injured in the blast at the Guest Inn Motel in Oklahoma.

Phil Spector Requests Television, iPod for Prison Cell

Convicted murderer looks to add the comforts of home to his 'sensitive-needs' prison cell with TV, iPod

Nine Nasty Online Scams You Need to Be Aware Of

The FTC's investigation into robocallers has put the spotlight on scammers again, but online criminals are quick to reinvent their tricks and stay one step ahead of authorities and the public. Here's a list of nine of the nastiest scams around.

Drunken Justin Timberlake Disses Lindsay Lohan

Did a crazy night of partying turn ugly when JTT rejected party girl Lohan's advances?

Pop Tarts: Raunchy Details From Kendra's Bachelorette Party

Bridget Marquardt had a lot to say about the good times going on at bride-to-be Kendra Wilkinson's Bachelorette party which was held on Thursday evening in Hollywood.

Women Find It Difficult to Look at Babies With Defects

Puzzling new research suggests women have a harder time than men looking at babies with facial birth defects. It's a surprise finding.

Swim Coach in Hot Water After Child Pornography Charge

A North Attleborough man who coached swimming at an area high school as well as a YMCA and private swim club has been arraigned on possession of child pornography charges.