Honduras Leaves OAS After Body Decries Coup

Honduras will no longer recognize the Organization of American States charter, claiming the diplomatic body attempted to impose "unilateral and indignant resolutions" on a new government that took power in a coup.

2 U.S. Troops Killed in Attack on Base in Afghanistan

Militants attacked a U.S. coalition base in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday, exploding a truck outside the gates, sparking a two-hour gunbattle and killing two American troops, officials said.

Palin's Political Plans Unclear

Insiders wonder if Palin's departure as governor is a move toward the White House, or the end of her political career

Madoff Hires Consultant to Find Best Possible Jail

Bernard Madoff has hired a veteran prison consultant to help him to find the best possible jail in which to serve his 150-year sentence for Wall Street’s biggest fraud.

Child, Man Missing in River Near Philadelphia

The U.S. Coast Guard, Philadelphia police and others are searching for a man and a child missing in the Delaware River.

OAS Chief: Honduras Won't Restore Ousted Leader

OAS chief finds no willingness in Honduras' interim government to restore ousted President Manuel Zelaya

Petraeus: Taliban 'Barbaric'

General warns troops surging into Afghanistan to battle Taliban are in for tough fight against resilient insurgents• 'Incorruptible' Afghan Commandos a Sign of Hope

North Korea Fires 7 Missiles Off Eastern Coast

South Korea says North Korea has fired a seventh missile off its eastern coast, a violation of U.N. resolutions and an apparent message of defiance to the United States on its Independence Day.