Honduran Military Ousts President During Pre-Dawn Siege

More than a dozen soldiers arrested President Manuel Zelaya and disarmed his security guards after surrounding his residence before dawn Sunday, his private secretary said.

Gunman Kills 3 Outside Los Angeles Pizzeria

A gunman fired into a group of people outside a pizza restaurant where a motorcycle club was holding a fundraising event, killing three people and wounding seven.

'Infomercial King' Billy Mays Found Dead in Home

Television pitchman Billy Mays — who built his fame by appearing on commercials and infomercials promoting household products and gadgets — died Sunday, MyFOXTampa.com reports.

Odierno: GIs Leaving Iraqi Cities

U.S. military is already allowing Iraqis to take the lead ahead of Tuesday deadline, top commander says

Jackson Ex-Nanny: Pop Star Was Addicted to Prescription Meds

Michael Jackson's former long-time nanny said she often had to pump the King of Pop's stomach after he swallowed too many prescription medications, the Sunday Times of London reports.

Jackson Son Thought He Was Joking When He Collapsed

Michael Jackson's eldest son thought his father was joking around when he collapsed on the living-room floor — but soon stood 'in a trance' as the King of Pop's personal doctor frantically tried to revive him, a family confidant told the New York Pos

Day of Reckoning Comes for Bernard Madoff

It was a crime of epic proportions: a multibillion dollar Ponzi scheme that wiped out fortunes, drained retirement nest eggs, ruined charities and foundations, and even pushed some investors to commit suicide.

Brigham Young Lifts YouTube Ban After 3 Years

Brigham Young University, the Utah Mormon school where students agree to live a chaste and virtuous life, has lifted its almost three-year policy of blocking access to YouTube.

Somali Pirates Release Kidnapped Crew of Belgian Ship

Somali pirates have released the entire crew of a Belgian ship kidnapped two months ago, Belgium's government said Sunday.

Pakistani Forces Kill 11 Taliban Militants

Warplanes and helicopter gunships pounded suspected militant positions in Pakistan's troubled northwest on Sunday, killing 11 Taliban fighters, intelligence officials said.