Air France Plane Fell Vertically, Did Not Break Up in Flight

Air France crash investigators said on Thursday Flight 447 was not destroyed in flight, but fell vertically and crashed intact in the Ocean.

Crews Search for Man in Home With Foul Stench

Police are ripping up floors in a the home of a missing man in a Miami suburb they say has a foul stench coming from underneath the house.

Amnesty Accuses Israel of War Crimes in Gaza

Israeli forces killed hundreds of Palestinian civilians in attacks that amounted to war crimes, Amnesty International charged Thursday, in the first in-depth human rights group report on the recent war in Gaza.

Charges Expected for Python Owner in Tot's Death

Charges will be brought against the owner of a pet python that strangled a 2-year-old Florida girl in her crib, killing her, police told

Flights Delayed in Chicago Because of Computer Glitch

A computer problem is causing flight delays and long lines for United Airlines passengers at O'Hare International Airport.

US Airways Flight Diverted After Man Strips Mid-Flight

A US Airways flight to Los Angeles was diverted to Albuquerque after a passenger removed all of his clothing mid-flight, forcing flight attendants to cover him with a blanket before he was arrested, authorities said Wednesday.

Ed McMahon Remembered for Unflagging Humor, Spirit

At a tribute to the late sidekick of "The Tonight Show," Ed McMahon was remembered as a rare individual in the entertainment industry — a man whom "100 percent of the people liked," actor Tom Arnold said.

Drugs Hell, Secret Love of Michael Jackson

Two of Michael Jackson ex-confidantes say they tried in vain to keep him from abusing painkillers and other prescriptions, but others in the singer's circle kept the drugs flowing.