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North Korea 'Has No Friends Left'

Secretary of State Clinton warns a fully nuclear North Korea might compel other countries in Asia to follow suit• N. Koreans Smuggling Soap Operas for Entertainment

6 Shot in Drive-By at Texas Southern University

Gunfire on the Texas Southern University campus wounded six people and scattered the crowd at a community rally, and police were investigating Thursday whether a gang rivalry was behind the drive-by shooting.

Officer Who Arrested Harvard Prof After Mix-Up Not Sorry

A suburban Boston police sergeant accused of racism after he arrested renowned black scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. at his home insists he won't apologize over his treatment of the Harvard professor.

Bin Laden's Son Believed Killed in U.S. Airstrike

U.S. officials believe Usama bin Laden's son, Saad bin Laden, was killed in a U.S. airstrike in Pakistan.

Florida Town Fires Manager Married to Porn Star

A South Florida town manager who married a porn star last year was fired at an emergency meeting after the mayor and council members learned about it.

Okla. Trooper Suspended Over Scuffle With Paramedic

An Oklahoma trooper accused of using excessive force while stopping and arresting a paramedic will receive a five-day suspension for his actions from Oklahoma Highway Patrol and must undergo an anger assessment.

Obama Defends Health 'Rush'

President says at news conference that health reform is critical for rebuilding the economy | FACT CHECK | VIDEO

Report: La. Baby With 100 Small Rat Bites Bled to Death

A 3-month-old suburban New Orleans girl whose body was covered with rodent bites bled to death before she was found in her crib, according to an autopsy released Wednesday.