Pro-Iran Hackers Deface Oregon University Web Site

Message posted on site tells Obama to mind own business, insults Iranian opposition leader.

Judge Blocks Sale of 'Real Housewives' Sex Tape

A judge granted Danielle Staub's request for a temporary restraining order to stop her former boyfriend Stephen Zalewski from releasing a sexually explicit videotape and images of her.

Cops Say Pa. Man Blared Porn to Keep Kids Away

Police in suburban Philadelphia say a man weary of children playing in his cul-de-sac blared a pornographic soundtrack to chase them off.

F-16 Pilot Killed in Training Mission Crash Identified

The military has identified the pilot of an F-16 who was killed in a crash at the Utah Test and Training Range in the state's west desert.

U.S. Soccer Team Beats Top-Ranked Spain in Major Upset

The United States is ranked 14th and was nearly eliminated after losing its first two games in the eight-nation Confederations Cup, a World Cup warmup.

N.C. Program Pays Girls $1 a Day Not to Get Pregnant

A dollar a day keeps the babies away. That's the incentive behind a program called College Bound Sisters at the University of North Carolina at Greenboro aimed at keeping 12- to 18-year-old girls in school and without child.

Freed U.S. Journalist Voices Support for Ex-Cellmate in Iran

Roxana Saberi, the American journalist who was convicted of espionage in Iran but released from prison last month after her eight-year sentence was reduced, is speaking out in support of her former cellmate, Silva Harotonian, who remains behind bars.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck Fires Back At Plagiarism Claims

Television personality Elisabeth Hasselbeck says a claim that she plagiarized parts of her best-selling diet book is "without merit."