At New Chrysler, Problems of Old Chrysler Linger

Chrysler may have been granted a fresh start, but it still faces old problems: how to sell enough cars and realign its fleet away from the trucks and SUVs consumers seem to no longer want or be able to afford.

U.S. Cautiously Awaits Iran Presidential Election

The Obama administration is cautiously watching Iran's presidential election this week for signs that the Islamic Republic may be willing to engage with the United States, but U.S. officials have meager expectations for change.

Two Koreas in Rare Talks Despite Nuclear Tensions

The talks were on the fate of a joint industrial complex amid rising tensions over Pyongyang's recent nuclear test and the likelihood of new U.N. sanctions against the communist state

Thief's Getaway Car Jumps Curb, Kills 3 Kids

A car fleeing a robbery scene and being chased by police Wednesday night jumped a curb and crashed into a crowd, killing three young children and gravely injuring a woman, authorities said.

Gunman Opens Fire at Holocaust Museum, Kills Guard

Law enforcement officials identified the suspect to FOX News as James W.

Women's Prison Segregated Lesbians in 'Butch Wing'

For more than a year, Virginia's largest women's prison rounded up inmates who had loose-fitting clothes, short hair or otherwise masculine looks, sending them to a unit officers derisively dubbed the "butch wing," prisoners and guards say.

U.N. Expert Says Haitian Kids Being Used as House Slaves

A U.N. human rights expert says Haiti is suffering a "modern form of slavery" in the widespread use of children as house laborers.