Ahmadinejad Declared Victorious After Partial Recount

Supporters of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad celebrated Tuesday after Iran's highest electoral authority proclaimed the validity of its disputed election, paving the way for the incumbent to begin a second term despite claims of fraud.

Crews Search Rubble of Collapsed Ga. Parking Garage

Crews worked Tuesday to stabilize and search a collapsed parking garage, but it still wasn't clear what caused the deck to collapse from the fourth floor to the ground level a day earlier.

'Dance Your Ass Off' Premiere Recap: A Bouncy Good Time

Check out what happens when you combine 'So You Think You Can Dance' with 'The Biggest Loser' to get a weightloss competition like no other

Nazi Stealth Jet Could Have Won War for Hitler

Called the Horten 229, the radical 'flying wing' fighter-bomber looked and acted a lot like the U.S. Air Force's current B-2 — right down to the 'stealth' radar-evading characteristics.

Source: 10 More Will Be Charged in Madoff Scam

A person familiar with the investigation into disgraced financier Bernard Madoff says at least 10 more people are likely to be charged by the time the probe is complete.

China Suddenly Suspends New Web-Filter Rules

Beijing backs down on requirement that all new PCs in country include 'Green Dam' censorship software; gives no date when it'll be implemented.

Friends Speculate Cause of Heath Ledger's Death

Vanity Fair has talked to scores of Ledger's friends, trying to piece together his final days

Teen Misses School Trip Due to Dog-Chewed Passport

A Wisconsin teen missed his class trip to Peru with an age-old excuse: his dog really did eat his passport.

Michael Jackson Looked Fit, Energetic in Grueling Final Perf

In photos from the rehearsal just released, Jackson appears fit, and looks no different than he did in any of the performances that made the singer the King of Pop