Rocket Attack on U.S. Base in Afghanistan Kills 2 Troops

A rare rocket attack on the main U.S. base in Afghanistan early Sunday killed two U.S. troops and wounded six other Americans, including two civilians, officials said.

Powerful Cleric May Be Playing Role in Iran Unrest

One of Iran's most powerful men may be playing a key role behind closed doors in the country's escalating postelection crisis.

New Mexico Ranchers Fear Sick Cows Could Enter U.S.

Ranchers worry illegal immigrants who cut down fences to cross the border with Mexico will allow sick cows to infect U.S. livestock.

2 in Custody After Fatal Shooting at New Mexico Denny's

Two suspects have been jailed on suspicion of murder after a restaurant employee was fatally shot during a robbery at a packed Denny's Restaurant, police said.

FBI Tried in Vain to Stop 'Deep Throat' Film

The FBI documents newly released to The Associated Press reveal the bureau's sprawling and ultimately vain attempt to stop the spread of a movie some saw as the victory of a cultural and sexual revolution and others saw as simply decadent.

NAACP Rallies for Cop Killer on Death Row

The NAACP has held a rally in Savannah aimed at sparing the life of death-row inmate Troy Davis, who was convicted of killing a police officer 20 years ago.

Man Killed By Computerized Vehicle While Inspecting Track

Police say a Metromover car rolled over and killed a station supervisor as he inspected the tracks.

Father in Chief

Obama talks about the absence of his father and reflects on mistakes he made as a Dad

Language Lesson: Britain Nixes 'I Before E' Rule

British government guidance tells teachers not to pass on the rule to students, because there are too many exceptions