Kodak to Pay $21.4M to Settle Race Discrimination Suit

Eastman Kodak Co. has agreed to pay $21.4 million to settle legal action brought by black workers who claim the photography products maker paid and promoted them less than their white co-workers.

Obama: 'Buck Up' Congress

President pressures Congress to pass $1 trillion-plus health care overhaul before August recess | COVERAGE

Missing Wall Street Broker Charged With Fraud Caught

Federal authorities say they have captured a former Wall Street broker who became a fugitive after being charged in a securities fraud case.

July Becoming Deadliest Month for Afghan War Troops

July has been shaping up as the deadliest month of the Afghan war for U.S.-led international forces, with the number killed already matching the highest full-month toll of the nearly eight-year conflict.

'Wife' Accuses Pastor of Taking Girls as Sexual Partners

A woman who says she was a child bride of evangelist Tony Alamo told jurors Wednesday that the minister had so many partners that he had to schedule sex with them.

Soldiers Accused in Killings Faced Heavy Iraqi Combat

Soldiers from a Colorado unit accused in nearly a dozen slayings since returning home could be showing hostility fueled by intense combat in Iraq, where the troops suffered heavy losses and told of witnessing war crimes, the military said Wednesday.

Fla. Couple Killers Caught After Camera Wasn't Disarmed

Seven men who allegedly robbed a wealthy Florida couple with 17 children, then shot and killed them, were caught committing the crime on camera because the person designated to disable the security system failed to do so, police said Wednesday.

9 Doctors Who Treated Jackson Under Investigation

No fewer than nine doctors from California, New York, Nevada, Texas and Florida are being investigated