Sailors Rescued After 52 Hours Lost Off Aleutian Islands

The Coast Guard rescued two men lost off Alaska's Aleutian Islands. They had been drifting at sea for 52 hours.

N.J. Boy in Custody Fight Prefers Brazil, Family Says

The Brazilian family of a boy at the center of an international custody battle said Tuesday the boy wants to remain in Brazil, where he feels safe and loved.

Boeing Again Puts Off Maiden Flight of Its 787 Jetliner

Boeing Co. said Tuesday it has again delayed the first test flight of its long-awaited 787 jetliner, citing a need to reinforce part of the aircraft.

Michigan Man Surprised He Isn't Kidnapped Child

A Michigan man says he was "stunned" to learn DNA testing disproved his suspicion that he was kidnapped as a toddler in New York state in 1955.

Pilot on Military Jet Dies After Training Mission Crash

Military officials say a pilot has died in an F-16 crash at the Utah Test and Training Range in the state's west desert.

Fla. Woman Hid Dead Mother's Body, Collected Benefits

A Florida woman accused of hiding her dead mother's body and collecting federal benefits for six years has pleaded guilty to a theft charge.

Kansas Teacher With Conservative Views Gets Job Back

A high school teacher in Kansas who claimed his contract was not renewed due to his conservative political views has been reinstated.

The Most Notorious Celebrity Apologies

Letterman isn't the first celeb to put his foot in his mouth and cause a stir — here are some of the most notorious celebrity apologies