Iconic Signed Photo of Albert Einstein Sells for $74K

One of the original signed prints of Albert Einstein sticking his tongue out at photographers has been sold by a New Hampshire auction house for $74,324.

New York Times Reporter Held by Taliban Escapes

A New York Times reporter is free after more than seven months in captivity in Afghanistan and the newspaper says he and an Afghan reporter escaped from the militants holding them by climbing over a wall.

NYC Man Denies He Dressed as Dead Mother in Scam

A man accused of dressing up as his dead mother to collect her Social Security and rent subsidies is blaming the crime on an impersonator.

Pakistan Wraps Up Anti-Taliban Campaign in Swat Valley

Pakistan could wrap up the main phase of its anti-Taliban offensive in the Swat Valley within 10 days, a senior commander said Saturday, as the military confirmed the first kills in a new operation in the nearby tribal zone.

Charity Reverses Plan to Give Home to Injured Iraq Vet

A veteran who lost three limbs in Iraq will not get the keys to a new home, after a nonprofit group said the family concealed that they already own two homes.

Conn. Officials Warned Repeatedly About Attack Chimp

Connecticut officials were repeatedly warned about the dangers posed by a chimpanzee who later mauled and blinded a woman and were urged to take action, but failed to do so.

Famous and Notorious Celeb Swimsuit Shockers

As we all prepare to slip into our swimsuits for summer, we take a look back at our fave swimsuit moments

Yemen Slaughter Bears Mark of Former Gitmo Detainee

The murder of three of nine foreigners abducted in Yemen bear the mark of Al Qaeda and the international terror organization's No. 2 man in the Saudi Peninsula: Said Ali al-Shihri.

Iran Police Clash With Protesters in Bloody Crackdown

Witnesses said police beat protesters and fired tear gas and water cannons at thousands who rallied in Tehran Saturday in open defiance of Iran's clerical government, sharply escalating the most serious internal conflict since the 1979 Islamic Revolu

Prosecutors: Madoff's Sentencing Shouldn't Be Delayed

A judge should not delay Bernard Madoff's sentencing even though investigators have yet to determine how much money investors lost in the disgraced financier's multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme, prosecutors said.