Suspected 'Craigslist Killer' Arraigned on Murder Charges

Philip Markoff pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and other charges.

Quantas Jet Plunges 800 Feet in Turbulence Scare

Terrified passengers were thrown around the cabin when the plane they were traveling in suddenly plummetted towards the ground.

Armed Man Holds 3 Hostage in Calif. Police Standoff

Arcadia police Captain Gene Gioia says a police SWAT team and sheriff's negotiators have been trying for hours without success Monday to communicate with the man.

Iranian Police Attack Hundreds of Opposition Protesters

Iranian police attacked hundreds of opposition protesters Monday with tear gas and fire in the air to disperse a new rally in Tehran.

U.S., Russia to Discuss Nuclear Arms Reduction Pact

The United States and Russia will hold two days of talks in Geneva this week on replacing the expiring Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.

Brazil Identifies 11 Bodies From Air France Crash

Ten of 50 bodies recovered from the Air France flight that plunged into the Atlantic three weeks ago have been identified as Brazilians, medical examiners said.

Brown Appeals to Iraq's Maliki Over Hostages

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says his government has made every effort to secure the release of five British hostages held in Iraq.

Dems May Go It Alone on Health Plan

Emboldened by polls, Democrats move to make it a politically defining issue in the debate over medical care

First Tropical Storm of Season Forms Off Mexico

Forecasters say Tropical Storm Andres has formed off the southwestern coast of Mexico, becoming the first named storm of the season in the Eastern Pacific.

Russia's Ingush Leader Critical After Bomb Attack

A homicide car bomber drove into the convoy of the president of the troubled Russian region of Ingushetia Monday and detonated the vehicle, critically wounding the president and killing or wounding others, officials said.