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New York Bouncer Gets Life for Student's Murder

A former New York City nightclub bouncer has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for the brutal murder of a graduate student from Boston.

Jackson Mystery: Where Is the King of Pop's Body?

A day after a star-studded memorial paid tribute to Michael Jackson, countless questions linger as to the wherabouts of the body of the king of pop and the location of his final resting place

Marine Leader: Need More Afghan Soldiers

The Marine leading the U.S.-led offensive in southern Afghanistan says he needs additional Afghan soldiers to help defeat the Taliban.

Report: Shauna Sand Cheated on Lorenzo Lamas With His Son

Star Magazine says the former Playboy model Shauna Sand cheated on soap star Lorenzo Lamas, with his 18-year-old son

Debate Churns Over Proposed Jackson Butter Sculpture

Iowa State Fair officials' plans to honor Michael Jackson's musical feats through a butter sculpture of the pop star have sparked a fierce debate among Iowans.

Baseball Fans Pig Out in All-You-Can-Eat Seats

First pitch was still half an hour away and the empty plastic cups, crinkled foil wrappers and peanut shells were already piling up under the blue seats in the Metrodome's upper deck.

Pentagon Official: North Korea Behind Cyber Attacks

North Korea was indeed behind the cyberattacks that targeted dozens of Web sites in the U.S. and South Korea over the past week, a U.S. defense official told Fox News Wednesday afternoon.

Police: Steve McNair Shot Dead in Sleep by Girlfriend

Former NFL star Steve McNair was shot dead in his sleep last week by a 20-year-old girlfriend distraught about mounting financial problems and her belief that he was seeing someone else, police said Wednesday.

Rights Group: Iran Using Beatings to Force Confessions

Iranian authorities are using beatings, sleep deprivation and long interrogations to force confessions from those detained in the country's postelection turmoil, an international human rights group said Wednesday.