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Chevy Volt to Get 230 MPG Rating

The extended-range electric vehicle achieves a new level of fuel economy

Eunice Kennedy Shriver, JFK's Sister, Dies at 88

President John F. Kennedy's sister Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who carried on the family's public service tradition by founding the Special Olympics and championing the rights of the mentally disabled, died Tuesday morniing

Nobel Laureate Suu Kyi Found Guilty in Burma

A Burmese court found democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi guilty Tuesday of violating her house arrest by allowing an uninvited American to stay at her home.

911 Callers Give Eyewitness Accounts of River Crash

It seemed immediately clear to witnesses there were going to be no survivors.

Dispatches From Afghanistan: Resurrection

Michael Yon, an independent journalist and former Green Beret, is in Afghanistan reporting on the war against Al Qaeda terrorists and the Taliban. Here is a portion of his latest dispatch exclusively for FOXNews.com.

Swine Flu's Worst Case Scenario: Paranoia or Preparedness?

Mass quarantines, mandatory flu shots, military force - what is the worst case scenario for swine flu?

Lost Dog Saves Man From Nearly Fatal Seizure

A lost dog Yolanda Segovia tried so hard to get rid of ultimately saves her son from a potentially deadly seizure.

Cops: Divers Find Body in Wreckage Hudson Plane

The NYPD says divers have found a body in the wreckage of a plane deep in the Hudson River that collided with a sightseeing helicopter over the weekend, killing nine.

Chavez Urges Military to Be Prepared for Conflict

President Hugo Chavez told his military to be prepared for a possible confrontation with Colombia, warning that Bogota's plans to increase the U.S. military presence at its bases poses a threat to Venezuela.

String of Bombings Kill at Least 40 in Iraq

A double truck bombing tore through a Shiite minority community near the northern city of Mosul, while a series of blasts struck Baghdad Monday in a wave of predawn violence that killed at least 40 people, according to Iraqi officials.