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Remains of U.S. Pilot Missing 18 Years in Iraq Found

The Navy says remains of the first American lost in the 1991 Persian Gulf War have been found in Iraq.

America's Recession 'Safe Zone' Shrinking

The contiguous counties in the safe zone start in Montana and North Dakota, and cascade into Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Oklahoma, and end in northern Texas and eastern New Mexico.

Raul Castro Says Cuba to Cut Spending, Communism Secure

Raul Castro announced Saturday that Cuba will cut spending on education and health care, potentially weakening the building blocks of its communist system in a bid to revive a foundering economy.

Man Escapes Death, But at What Cost?

As violence in Afghanistan is rising, so is the exodus of refugees streaming out of the country.

Jury Selection Set to Begin in Georgia Terror Plot Trial

Choppy homemade videos, a mysterious trek to Bangladesh and ties to a convicted Balkan terrorist are at the center of a federal case against a 23-year-old accused supporting terrorism.

Al Qaeda May Have Infiltrated British Secret Service

British intelligence MI5 mistakenly recruited Al Qaeda sympathizers who were trying to infiltrate the British secret service, it has been alleged.

Landfill Searched in Missing Idaho Boy's Disappearance

Investigators scoured a local landfill and another home in Boise for an 8-year-old Idaho boy who vanished more than a week ago, police said Saturday.

New Search for Clues in Disappearance of Fla. Woman

The family of a Florida woman believed to have been abducted from her home near a mall more than three years ago searched for new clues in the case Saturday, FOX's WOFL reported.

'Romeo' Loses Sex Offender Title 15 Years Later

He was 19 and she was 14 when they first had sex and even though they eventually married, he was arrested because of her age at the time.

Cops: Murders of Florida Couple Could Have Been a Hit

Authorities said Friday night they have not ruled out the possibility that the murders of a wealthy Florida couple could have been contract hits.