'Clark Rockefeller' Fights Kidnapping, Assault Convictions

Lawyers for the German-born man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller are asking a Boston judge to throw out his kidnapping and assault convictions.

Aussie Teen Paid Thousands After he Falls off Bunk Bed

An Australian teenager who fractured his skull after falling off a bunk bed at a sleepover has been awarded almost $693,395 in damages.

Woman's Head, Arms Found in Ohio Suspect's Freezer

An Ohio coroner says the head and arms of a woman were found in the freezer of the man charged with killing her.

Sanford's Gal

Video from 2001 shows 'Maria,' the woman at the heart of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford's affair scandal

Escaped Inmate Shoots Nashville Cop During Traffic Stop

Police say an escaped inmate from a Mississippi prison has been taken into custody in the shooting of a Nashville police officer during a routine traffic stop.

Rising Death Toll at U.S. Military Hospital in Afghanistan

The urgent call came in: Roadside bombs had ripped through two Humvees and wounded eight or nine U.S. soldiers.

Body Found in Indiana Believed to Be Missing Toddler

A body found in rural northern Indiana may be that of missing 2-year-old Jada Justice, police said at a press conference Thursday.

Memorial Honors D.C. Train Operator as 'Hero'

The train operator killed in a Washington commuter rail crash was a hero, according to the Metro general manager. The control system manager has also been reassigned due to investigation purposes.

Motorcycle Bombs Kill At Least 20 in Baghdad Attacks

A booby-trapped motorcycle loaded with nails and ball-bearings exploded in a crowded bazaar Friday in Baghdad, killing at least 15 people, Iraqi officials said.