Power Outage Hits L.A., Some Trapped in Elevators

Officials say a power outage is causing traffic jams across the west side of Los Angeles and leaving people trapped in elevators.

S. Korea on High Alert for More Cyber Attacks

South Korea was on high alert Thursday for more cyber attacks amid suspicions that North Korea was behind a recent wave of Web site outages in the South and in the United States.

Dems Eye New Tax on Rich

Income tax surcharge on top earners emerges as leading option to pay for federal health care legislation

350 Dogs Seized, 30 Arrested in Dogfighting Raids

As many as 350 dogs were seized and about 30 people arrested during raids in five U.S. states Wednesday that animal welfare groups are calling the largest simultaneous raid of dogfighting operations in America.

Cops: Girl Killed by Estranged Husband of Dad's Girlfriend

Police in South Carolina say an 8-year-old girl has been shot to death by the estranged husband of her father's girlfriend.

Dietary Supplements Recalled After Knife Blades Found

Manufacturer Protica Inc. said Wednesday it is recalling some dietary supplements sold in the United States and Canada because utility knife blades were found in two vials of the products. No injuries were reported.

Idaho Babysitter Accused of Having Sex With Boy, 14

An Idaho woman face charges that she had sex with a 14-year-old boy that she was hired to watch in August 2007.

Dallas Scales Back Security for Bush's Home

Dallas police have scaled back some of the protection it provides at the home of former President George W. Bush.