U.S. Journalists Being Kept in North Korea Guest House

North Korea has not yet sent two convicted U.S. journalists to a prison labor camp in a possible attempt to seek talks with Washington on their release, a scholar who visited the North said in an interview published Friday.

True Source of Cyberattacks May Never Be Known

Experts figure they've got about a 10 percent chance of definitively establishing who launched the massive Internet assault on U.S., South Korea.

LAPD Chief: Jackson Case Could Turn Criminal

Detectives investigating the death of Michael Jackson are looking at his prescription drug history and trying to talk with his numerous former doctors, the Los Angeles police chief said Thursday.

Raids in 6 States Show Dogfighting Widespread

The arrests this week of a Little League coach, a registered nurse and a teacher during the largest coordinated raids on dogfighting in U.S. history confirm the shadowy blood sport is alive and well despite tough laws across the country.