Shiite Market Bombing in Baghdad Kills 69

A bomb ripped through a crowded market in Baghdad's main Shiite district on Wednesday, killing at least 69 people and wounding more than 100 less than a week before a deadline for U.S. combat troops to leave Iraq's urban areas.

Obama Not Closing Door to Health Tax

President says he won't 'prejudge' Congress' work on health care overhaul, even if it means new taxes

Supremacist Blogger Accused of Threatening Judges

Federal prosecutors say a white supremacist blogger who was upset over a court ruling has been arrested in New Jersey on charges of threatening to assault or murder three Chicago-based federal judges.

Investment Manager Pays $2.1M to Eat With Warren Buffett

But Chinese investment fund manager Zhao Danyang paid that much to dine with Berkshire Hathaway's chairman and CEO Wednesday as part of a charity auction.

San Fran DA Defends Job Program That Trained Illegals

San Francisco's district attorney is defending a city-led job program for first-time drug offenders that has included at least six illegal immigrants.

Pro-Iran Hackers Deface Oregon University Web Site

Message posted on site tells Obama to mind own business, insults Iranian opposition leader.

Judge Blocks Sale of 'Real Housewives' Sex Tape

A judge granted Danielle Staub's request for a temporary restraining order to stop her former boyfriend Stephen Zalewski from releasing a sexually explicit videotape and images of her.

Cops Say Pa. Man Blared Porn to Keep Kids Away

Police in suburban Philadelphia say a man weary of children playing in his cul-de-sac blared a pornographic soundtrack to chase them off.

F-16 Pilot Killed in Training Mission Crash Identified

The military has identified the pilot of an F-16 who was killed in a crash at the Utah Test and Training Range in the state's west desert.