James Franco Backs Out of UCLA Grad Speech

Actor James Franco says he has dropped a plan to give a commencement speech at the University of California, Los Angeles, a move that may have been prompted by pressure from students.

Insurgents Increasingly Use Teenagers in Iraq Attacks

Insurgents are increasingly using teenagers to stage attacks against American and Iraqi security forces, the U.S. military said Saturday.

Insurgents Increasingly Use Teenagers in Iraq Attacks

Insurgents are increasingly using teenagers to stage attacks against American and Iraqi security forces, the U.S. military said Saturday.

Mother of Victim Takes Stand in Amanda Knox Trial

The mother of Meredith Kercher, a British student killed while studying abroad in Italy in 2007, took the stand in Perugia, Italy, on Saturday at the trial of an American student and her Italian boyfriend who are charged with murder and sexual violen

Probe: Flight 447 Autopilot Not on Before Crash

Signals sent by Air France Flight 447 before it disappeared show its autopilot was not on, the head of the French agency leading the investigation into the crash of 447 said Saturday.

Gitmo Guilty Pleas Mulled

Plan under consideration by Obama would reportedly permit Gitmo detainees to plead guilty without a full trial

Obama Honors D-Day Heroes

Recalling 'unimaginable hell' of D-Day suffering, president pays tribute to fallen soldiers | PHOTOS | VIDEO

Mourners, Protesters Attend Abortion Doctor's Funeral

Hundreds of people gathered Saturday to honor slain abortion provider Dr. George Tiller, eulogized by a longtime friend as a passionate and generous man who repeatedly overcame difficult challenges.

Shock After Couple's Spy Charges

Neighbors of ex-U.S. official and his wife, accused of spying for Cuba, say they didn't talk about Cuba relations