U.S. Citizen Pleads Not Guilty to Terror Charges in UAE

A U.S. citizen of Lebanese origin denied terrorism-related charges against him in the United Arab Emirates supreme court on Sunday and said he confessed under pressure because he wanted the "beatings to stop."

Tanker Truck Explodes Into Inferno on California Freeway

A tanker truck hauling 8,000 gallons of ethanol crashed on a highway, exploding into an inferno that sent a river of flame into storm drains, officials said. The driver was killed.

Miami Teen Accused of String of Gruesome Cat Deaths

An 18-year-old boy is accused of committing a string of gruesome cat deaths in his Miami-area community.

Scientists Say 'Super Volcano' Could Be Under Mt. St. Helen

A team of scientists say they have evidence that a "super volcano" may be brewing underneath Mount St. Helens, NewScientist.com reports.

Hundreds Gather to Honor David Carradine at Funeral

Hundreds gathered to honor David Carradine at a sprawling hillside cemetery during a funeral that was attended by family, former co-stars and other Hollywood friends.

Yemen Arrests Suspected Al Qaeda Financier

Bin Alwan is to face charges of being involved in forming an armed group in Yemen that was designed to carry out terrorist attacks and of financing the group's activities.

Ahmadinejad Dismisses Iran Election Violence

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his re-election was "real and free" and cannot be questioned — but that isn't stopping his campaign rival from appealing the results.

Battle Lines Drawn Over Health Plan

GOP warns government plan hailed by Dems would lead to a Washington takeover of the health care system