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Now Hiring: Everywhere You Didn't Want to Work

People who have been out of work for months are lining up for jobs at places they once considered unthinkable: slaughterhouses, sewage plants, prisons.

Iran Resumes Mass Trial of Activists, Protesters

Dozens of opposition activists and protesters stood trial in Tehran Saturday on charges of rioting and plotting to topple the ruling Islamic system after the disputed presidential election, Iran's state media reported.

Pakistan Acknowledges Helping in Strike That Killed Mehsud

Local intelligence officials acknowledged Saturday that a CIA missile strike that killed Pakistan's Taliban chief Baitullah Mehsud was carried out with Islamabad's help.

Boy Dies After Mom Says GPS Left Them Stranded

An 11-year-old boy died in the intense heat of Death Valley National Park after he and his mother became stranded in one of the world's most inhospitable areas and survived for several days.

Officials: U.S. Intel Turns Corner on Targets in Pakistan

The steady drum beat of high-profile kills in Pakistan — including Usama bin Laden's son and Baitullah Mehsud, commander of the country's Taliban — suggests that U.S. intelligence on the ground has crossed a significant threshold.

Autopsy Shows Cocaine Contributed to Mays' Death

An autopsy report says cocaine contributed to the death of TV pitchman Billy Mays.

Airspeed Sensors Failed on at Least a Dozen U.S. Flights

On at least a dozen recent flights by U.S. jetliners, malfunctioning equipment made it impossible for pilots to know how fast they were flying, federal investigators have discovered.

Police: 3 Dead, 1 Wounded in N.Y. House Shooting

Police on Long Island say three people are dead and a fourth has been injured following a shooting in Roslyn Heights.

Debate Turns to Rage

Florida event to discuss health care explodes into a near riot as protesters clash with lawmakers | VIDEO

Schools Told 'a Few' Swine Flu Cases No Reason to Close Down

Swine flu is expected to return when kids go back to school, and the government is hoping its new advice on when to shut down schools during an outbreak will prevent the panic and confusion that led to hundreds of school closures last spring.