Images of Libyan leader Colonel Muammar al-Qaddafi embracing the Lockerbie bomber when he arrived in Tripoli are sparking fresh international outrage after the convicted terrorist enjoyed a hero's welcome in his native country.
Britain's leaders faced new pressure Saturday to explain any role they might have had in the release of the Lockerbie bomber after Libya's leader Muammar al-Qaddafi credited senior officials and members of the royal family for influencing the decisio
A tropical storm warning was issued for the Massachusetts coast Saturday as waves from Hurricane Bill pounded Bermuda and people from Florida to New England braced for high surf and rip currents from the storm.
Travel icon Arthur Frommer says he won't be spending his tourism dollars at the Grand Canyon, or anywhere else in Arizona, because the state's laws allow people he described as 'thugs' and 'extremists' to openly carry firearms.
A Massachusetts victims' rights group says 'every kid' in the state is in danger following a court ruling that sex offenders convicted before 2006 cannot be automatically forced to a GPS monitoring device.
A 17-year-old runaway who claims she fled her family's home in Ohio because she feared becoming the victim of an "honor killing" by her Muslim father will stay in Florida temporarily a judge ruled Friday.
The White House blasted the jubilant, flag-waving crowds that greeted Pan Am bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, who was convicted in the 1988 killing of 270 people but is being embraced in Libya as a returning hero.