Some Guantanamo Detainees Rejecting Palau Move

Several Guantanamo detainees from western China are not interested in moving to Palau, the country that agreed to resettle them after their upcoming release, because it is located too close to their homeland, the top Palauan presidential spokesman sa

Lucas Glover Wins U.S. Open

Lucas Glover has won the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black.

FOXSexpert: 10 Steps to Extended Massive Orgasm

A massive orgasm can last minutes or hours, offering up blissful sensations at increasing intensities. Here are the steps to making it happen

Journalists Had Death Threats Before Escaping Taliban

Two journalists held over seven months by the Taliban in Pakistan endured death threats before they escaped by tricking guards and dropping down a 20-foot wall with a rope, according to one of the former captives.

Police Search for Missing 12-Year-Old California Girl

Clarissa Zahedtalab of Irvine left her Irvine home at 6 p.m. Friday, without telling her family where she was going and hasn't returned home.

Bus Carrying Students Bombed in New Iraq Violence

Bombings and shootings killed at least 33 people in Baghdad and surrounding areas, including a group of high school students on a bus headed for final exams, as violence intensified before a planned withdrawal next week of U.S.

Mickelson Tied for Lead at U.S. Open

Phil Mickelson, Lucas Glover and Ricky Barnes were on the move Monday at the U.S. Open, but only Mickelson was going the right way.

Florida Lifeguards Rescue 500 From Rip Currents

Rip currents have endangered central Floridian beachgoers trying to escape the hot summer sun and escalating temperatures. In Volusia County, lifeguards have rescued over 500 swimmers from the unsafe currents, according to Orlando News.