Nevada Paper Rejects Ad About Senator Ensign's Affair

The owner of a Canada-based dating Web site says he was jilted when he tried to place an advertisement in Nevada's largest newspaper to capitalize on U.S. Sen. John Ensign's extramarital affair.

Studies Say $196 Billion Wasted on U.N. Health Programs

It's tough to gauge the effectiveness of pricey programs led by the United Nations and its partners, and in some cases, big spending may even be counterproductive, the studies say.

Lobbyists Banned at Obama Event, Can Give Afterward

Obama has prohibited lobbyists from donating to the Democratic National Committee and any fundraisers where he's the star attraction, but congressional committees still take such donations

Pa. Man Dies Naturally Same Day Girlfriend Murdered

Police have determined that a southwestern Pennsylvania man died of natural causes the same day his longtime girlfriend was found beaten to death in a separate residence in the same town.

Child Porn on Alleged Museum Shooter's Computer

Child pornography was found on a computer belonging to the white supremacist charged with shooting and killing a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the FBI said in court documents.

Parkour Craze Growing Among Thrill-Seekers in U.S.

In 2002, parkour - an extreme sport popularized in France in which participants run and flip from Point A to Point B as efficiently as possible — was relatively unknown outside of Europe.

GOP: We Want a Better Explanation

Rep. Issa wants 'fuller and more complete' reason, evidence from Obama in ex-AmeriCorps official's firing

5 Ark. Prison Workers Fired After 2 Convicts Escape

The Arkansas Department of Correction has fired five employees who were working when two convicted murderers escaped a state prison after donning guard uniforms that were made in the facility.

Judge Nixes Ban on Military Recruitment of Minors

A federal judge has struck down two Northern California city ordinances banning military recruitment of minors.