Obama Avoids PoliticsIn School Speech

President plans to tell nation's students that they ultimately are most responsible for their own education | FULL TEXT

All the News That's Fit to... Ignore

Most major news outlets ignored firestorm of controversy surrounding ex-Obama 'green jobs czar' Van Jones

Taliban Car Bomber Kills 5 in Afghan Capital

A car bomb exploded near the entrance to the military airport in Kabul early Tuesday in an apparent attack on a NATO convoy, killing at least five and wounding seven others, Afghan officials told FOX News.

Teen Melanie Oudin in Dream Run at U.S. Open

When Melanie Oudin wakes up each morning these days, sharing a king-sized hotel bed with her mother, she's basically your average teen visiting the big city.

Flames Are Staying One Step Ahead of Calif. Firefighters

As crews contained more than half of a deadly wildfire near Los Angeles, authorities found two more burned homes amid a trail of destruction that has already included dozens of scorched residences and the lives of two firefighters.

Four dead in a murder suicide

A bloody rampage in Louisiana leaves three people dead, including the 2 year-old grandson of the shooter. Police say a man came to the home of his estranged wife, then opened fire, killing his 26 year-old son, his estranged wife, and his grandson.

British Court Convicts 3 in Plot to Blow Up Passenger Planes

Three British Muslims were convicted Monday of conspiring to kill thousands of civilians by blowing up trans-Atlantic flights in mid-air with liquid explosives disguised as soft drinks.

France Kisses Goodbye to 'La Bise' Amid H1N1 Fears

It's a ubiquitous French tradition, as familiar as a baguette or an espresso at the neighborhood cafe. Now, "la bise," the cheek-to-cheek peck that the French use to say hello or goodbye, has come under pressure from a globalized threat: H1N1.

Ahmadinejad: Iran Will Not Negotiate Over Nuclear 'Rights'

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Monday Iran will neither halt uranium enrichment nor negotiate over its nuclear rights but is ready to sit and talk with world powers over 'global challenges.'

Qaddafi's Son Blasts Lockerbie Release Critics

Son of Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi branded British politicians questioning the release of the man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing as "disgusting" and "immoral."