Study Cited — and Ridiculed

White House report says small companies pay far more for health care; GOP calls it propaganda

Dad on Trial in 11-Year-Old Girl's Faith-Healing Death

A Wisconsin man accused of killing his daughter by praying instead of seeking lifesaving medical help considered her illness 'a test of his faith,' a prosecutor told jurors Saturday.

Prostitute in Berlusconi Scandal Threatens to Sue Italy's Fo

The prostitute at the center of the Silvio Berlusconi sex tape scandal underscored the topsy-turvy nature of Italian politics yesterday when she threatened to sue the country’s Foreign Minister for impugning her reputation.

Taliban Attack Afghanistan Police Station With Grenades

Taliban fighters wearing explosive vests and armed with AK-47 rifles and rocket-propelled grenades attacked the main police station Saturday in the southeast city of Khost.

Iran Threatens Strike on Israel's Nuclear Facilities

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards said Saturday the country would strike Israel's nuclear facilities if Tel Aviv attacked the Islamic state, Reuters reported state television as saying.

Biden: Russia Will Bend

Vice president says Russia's 'withering' economy could force it to open up on issues including nuke reduction

Girl Shunned by Family After Rape Sparks Outcry

Lured by promises of chewing gum then allegedly raped in a shed by four boys barely older than her, an 8-year-old Liberian girl is now in foster care and living with strangers after being shunned by her family.

Bush Weighed Sending Troops Into NY

Reported proposal to send forces on anti-terror mission in U.S. would've been unprecedented use of military power

Police Arrest Man in Fatal Seattle Stabbing

A 23-year-old man was arrested Friday in a brutal attack that killed one woman and injured another as they slept in their home.

Are Jailed U.S. Reporters at N. Korean 'Death Camps'?

The whereabouts of two American journalists sentenced to 12 years of hard labor in North Korea's Stalinist gulag remain unclear, though it appears the two women are not among the estimated 200,000 political prisoners held in the country's six labor c