Woman Mistakenly Junks Mattress With $1M Inside

The woman told Army Radio that she bought her elderly mother a new mattress as a surprise on Monday and threw out the old one, only to discover that her mother had hidden her life savings inside.

Ex-Georgia Tech Student Convicted of Video Terror Plot

.S. District Judge Bill Duffey found 24-year-old Syed Haris Ahmed guilty of conspiracy to provide material support to terrorism in the U.S. and abroad.

Kendra Wilkinson Is Pregnant

'Hank and I are thrilled to announce that we are expecting,' she said. 'We are touched by the outpouring of support by our family, friends and fans'

Law Student Sues for South Carolina Stimulus Money

Third-year law student Justin Williams loves his home state of South Carolina. It was that love that prompted him to file suit against Governor Mark Sanford.

U.N. Powers Agree on Draft of Sanctions Against N. Korea

The five permanent Security Council members, Japan and non-council member South Korea on Wednesday agreed on the text of a draft U.N. resolution that would expand sanctions against North Korea for its nuclear weapons program, a diplomat told Reuters.

Iran's Ahmadinejad Accuses Rivals of Hitler Tactics

Iran's hard-line president accused his election rivals of using 'Hitler' smear tactics to sway voters ahead of Friday's national vote — adding that they should face jail for insulting him.

Man Survives N.M. Helicopter Crash, 2 Others Missing

The sleek police copter, designed for just such high-altitude rescue missions, had smashed into the mountain

Ted Kaczynski Fights to Stop Sale of Diaries

Convicted terrorist Thedore 'Ted' Kaczynski, who launched a string of deadly bomb attacks across America, is fighting to stop his diaries being auctioned off.