Report: Hustler Magazine Chief Rushed to Hospital

Hustler chief Larry Flynt was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital Saturday, RadarOnline reported.

Flooding Strands Hundreds at Michigan Concert

About a thousand concertgoers in Michigan were forced to ditch their cars Saturday as rising floodwaters led to a mass evacuation, Grand Rapids news station WOODTV reported.

Iraqi Police: Deadly Bombing Has Al Qaeda Signature

Police and rescue crews sifted through the rubble of a mosque and dozens of damaged homes looking for survivors of the worst attack in Iraq this year — a truck bombing blamed on Al Qaeda that killed 72 people.

Citizens' Militia Kill 7 Militants in Pakistan Firefight

A citizens' militia trying to drive out the Taliban killed seven militants in a two-hour firefight in Pakistan's troubled northwest, police said Sunday.

Iran Rebukes U.S., Britain for Meddling in Election Affairs

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned the United States and Britain Sunday to stop meddling in Iran's internal affairs, the ISNA news agency reported.

Planned N. Korea Launch Unnerves Hawaii Residents

Comforted by the U.S. military's missile defense systems, Hawaii residents doubt a North Korean missile would light up the clear island sky. But that doesn't mean they aren't worried that a long-range missile could be launched in their direction.

N. Korea Criticizes U.S. Nuclear Protection of S. Korea

North Korea has criticized the U.S. for reaffirming its nuclear protection of South Korea during a recent summit, saying it exposed a U.S. plot to launch atomic war.

Partygoers Greet Solstice at Stonehenge

Thousands of neo-Druids, New Age followers and the merely curious flocked to Stonehenge on Sunday, beating drums, chanting and dancing in celebration of the longest day of the year.

Iran: 17 Killed in Violent Street Clashes

State media reports bring the official death toll to 17.

Rocket Attack on U.S. Base in Afghanistan Kills 2 Troops

A rare rocket attack on the main U.S. base in Afghanistan early Sunday killed two U.S. troops and wounded six other Americans, including two civilians, officials said.