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Honduras' Manuel Zelaya Prepares Return in Nicaragua

Honduras' deposed president set up base in Nicaragua near his country's border to prepare a return home, urging soldiers to ignore an arrest order against him and shrugging off warnings that his homecoming could provoke violence.

Two U.S. Troops Killed in Afghanistan Bomb Attack

A bomb attack killed two American service members in southern Afghanistan on Friday, while the country's president both applauded international troops' effort at a campaign rally and promised to hold them more accountable for civilian casualties.

17 Alleged Teen Hitmen Break Out of Mexican Detention Center

A group of teen hitmen in Mexico accused of working for drug cartels escaped from jail Thursday after digging through a detention center wall, Reuters reported.

Face of Christian Angel Uncovered in Famous Mosque

Restoration workers uncover never-before-seen mosaic face of angel at Istanbul's Haghia Sophia — a former Byzantine cathedral.

Deadline Blown, Obama Presses On

President will meet with Senate leaders after they killed off plans to vote on a health bill before August recess

Final Arguments Due in Trial of Burma's Suu Kyi

The trial of Burma's jailed pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi resumed Friday with her lawyers set to present a final argument in their efforts to save the Nobel laureate from a possible five-year prison term.

$5B for Schools, With a Catch

Obama offers stimulus cash to states and schools, many in desperate need — if they embrace academic change

Cops Angry After Obama Slams Arrest of Black Scholar

Many police officers across the country have a message for President Barack Obama: Get all the facts before criticizing one of our own.

Witnesses Report Helicopter Crashing Into Power Lines

Four people killed when their helicopter crashed on a Maryland highway were returning from an event where they had given helicopter rides to raise money for troubled youth.

Swine Flu 'Patient Zero' Found in Mexico

The world's first known swine flu victim was a six-month-old baby girl in northern Mexico who had no known contact with pig farms, the head of a laboratory studying the virus said on Thursday.