Karzai: Afghan Guards Working For U.S. Killed Police

President Hamid Karzai accused Afghan guards working for U.S. coalition forces of killing a provincial police chief and at least four other security officers Monday, and he demanded that American forces hand over the guards involved.

Ahmadinejad: Death of Neda Soltan 'Suspicious'

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad asked Iran's cleric-controlled judiciary on Monday to investigate the killing of Neda Agha Soltan.

Conn. Man, Wife Found Dead After Frantic 911 Call

Police are investigating a murder-suicide at a Connecticut home that involved gunfire following a frantic 911 call from a woman inside.

Jackson's Mom Gets Temporary Control of Kids, Estate

A judge has granted Michael Jackson's mother limited control over some property in her son's estate after she expressed concerns about ensuring that his three children are its beneficiaries, after she was awarded temporary custody of the kids.

20 Die As Violence Escalates in Northwest Pakistan

Pakistani fighter jets bombed suspected Taliban hideouts on Monday and a stray mortar crashed into a mosque during prayers as violence in the volatile northwest claimed more than 20 lives.

Scientists Say Farmed Fish May Carry 'Mad Cow' Illness

Three U.S. scientists are concern about the potential of people contracting Creutzfeldt Jakob disease — the human form of "mad cow disease" — from eating farmed fish who are fed byproducts rendered from cows.

Bond Decision for Billionaire Stanford to Be Reviewed

Texas financier R. Allen Stanford, indicted on charges alleging he swindled investors out of $7 billion, could find out if he will be freed on a $500,000 bond or stay locked up until his trial.

How to Buy Stock in Facebook, Twitter Before They Go Public

Company buys up stock options secretly from employees of hot privately held Web companies.

Lynndie England Still Haunted by Abu Ghraib Scandal

More than two years since leaving her prison cell, the woman who became the grinning face of the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal says she's tried to find a job, but no one will hire her.

Study: Surprising Number of Teens Expect to Die Young

A surprising number of teenagers — nearly 15 percent — think they're going to die young, leading many to drug use, suicide attempts and other unsafe behavior, new research suggests.