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Coroner: Weapon and Wound 'Not Compatible' in Knox Case

An Italian news agency says a coroner and defense consultant has testified in the trial of American Amanda Knox that a knife believed to have been used in the slaying of a British student is "not compatible" with the victim's stab wound.

French Experts at Sea to Hunt for Black Boxes in Yemen Crash

French aviation experts set out in speedboats from the Comoros Islands on Monday, trying to pinpoint the exact location of the black boxes from a flight that crashed into the Indian Ocean last week, killing 152 people.

Docs Try to Crack Mystery of Woman's 200-Lb. Legs

Mandy Sellars is your typical, single 34-year-old woman. She loves to go the movies and hang out with her friends — but there's just one thing that sets her apart. She suffers from a condition that has caused her legs to grow at an alarming rate.

Al Qaeda Shooting Suspect's Mental State in Question

A U.S.-trained Pakistani scientist accused of helping Al Qaeda and shooting at FBI agents in Afghanistan was forced to appear in court Monday for a hearing to determine if she is competent to stand trial.

Taliban Says It Captured U.S. Soldier in Afghanistan

The Taliban's Web site says that it has captured a missing U.S. soldier American authorities had earlier said may have been kidnapped.

Maxim Monday: Lady Gaga Says Everyone Wants To See Her You-K

"Everybody wants me to show my vagina to the world all the time. And the truth is, I don’t have to."

Man Charged With Killing Fiancee in Crash

A Florida man accused of killing his fiancee and two other people in a holiday car crash is headed to court.

Homicide Car Bomb Kills 6 U.S. Troops in Afghanistan

Two roadside bombs killed six American troops in Afghanistan on Monday, as a homicide bomber attacked the gate of the main NATO base in the south, officials said.