Zoo Officials Serve Poison in Sno-Cones

The Sedgwick County Zoo in Wichita, Kan., will no longer be selling blue sno-cones after a dangerous mix-up at the refreshment stand.

Ozzy Sues Ex-Guitarist Over Black Sabbath Name

Ozzy Osbourne has accused former Black Sabbath band mate Tony Iommi of taking over the band's name and costing him royalties from merchandise sales.

Pakistani Troops Retake Largest Town in Swat Valley

Pakistani troops have retaken the largest town in the Swat Valley from the Taliban as the army presses its offensive against militants in the country's northwest, the army spokesman said Saturday.

Prince Harry Gets to Play on 2nd Day of NYC Trip

Prince Harry has been all business on his first official trip to the United States, but he'll have an opportunity for fun before wrapping up his two-day visit to New York.

Officials: New Signs of North Korea Missile Preparations

Spy satellites spot signs North Korea set to move another long-range missile to launch site, South Korean officials say Saturday.

Story of Capt. Richard Phillips Headed to the Big Screen

The dramatic story of the hijacking and rescue of Capt. Richard Phillips and his crew aboard the Maersk Alabama reportedly will be headed to the big screen.

Iran Hangs 3 for Involvement in Deadly Mosque Bombing

Three people convicted of involvement in a mosque bombing in southeastern Iran that killed 25 were hanged Saturday, Iran's official news agency reported.