News Updates

Fox News Now for June 22, 2009.

Iran's 'Angel of Freedom' Vowed to Protest Against Injustice

Details continue to emerge Tuesday of Neda Soltan, a 26-year-old protester who has become an international symbol of Iranian resistance after graphic videos of her apparent murder at a protest in Tehran hit the Internet.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick Welcome Twin Girls

'Sex and the City' star and husband welcome two baby girls to their family via surrogate

Penn State Student Arrested on Murder Plot Charges

A Penn State student was arrested June 11 in connection with allegedly plotting to kill a police informant, according to court documents.

Saudi Prince Says He Supports Women's Sports

Appealing to a powerful Saudi prince, an 8-year-old girl asked why she was not allowed to play sports in school like boys. She got an unexpected response: The prince said he hoped government schools for girls would allow playing fields.

'You Light Up My Life' Songwriter Indicted on Rape Charges

The Oscar-winning songwriter and director behind "You Light Up My Life" has been indicted on charges of raping or sexually assaulting 11 women.

Over 60,000 Sexually Abused Every Year in Prison

A federal commission on prison rape has reported that over 60,000 inmates are sexually abused every year and that the risk of being attacked depends greatly on the type of prisoner, and where the inmate is locked up.

NASA Probe Beams Home New Images of the Moon

The $79 million Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, launched toward the moon on June 18 and began sending images Tuesday.

Doctors Save Girl, 8, as Flames 'Leapt Out' of Body

A 8-year-old badly burned Afghan war victim was saved by U.S. doctors who watched in horror as a mask melted to her face and flames leapt out of her skin.