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Fire at Kuwait Wedding Kills 41 Women, Children; 76 Hurt

A fire at a wedding tent Saturday has killed at least 41 women and children guests and injured 76 others, authorities said.

Bollywood Superstar Detained 2 Hours at U.S. Airport

Khan, one of the Indian film industry's biggest stars, said he was detained because his name came up on a computer alert list at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey

Missing Ship Mystery Deepens After Report of Ransom

The mystery of a missing ship deepened Saturday, as investigators in Finland said a ransom demand was made for the freighter that vanished more than two weeks ago.

Florida School Officials Face Jail for Mealtime Prayer

A Florida school principal and an athletic director could be charged with a crime and spend six months in jail after they prayed before a meal at a school event, the Washington Times reported.

Homeowner Confused After Mortgage Lender Is Shuttered

A New Hampshire homeowner says he's left 'in the dark' following the shuttering of the nation's 12th largest home-loan company after it was suspended last week by federal agencies.

Explosion Near NATO's Afghan Headquarters Kills 7

A homicide car bomb exploded Saturday outside the main gate of NATO's headquarters five days before Afghanistan's presidential election, killing seven and wounding 91 in the biggest attack in the Afghan capital in six months.

California Grad Student Imprisoned in Iran Returns to U.S.

A graduate student who was imprisoned for a month in Iran and barred from leaving the country for nearly a year has returned to Los Angeles.

Calif. Declares State of Emergency as Wildfires Rage

Fire crews fanned out Friday across a parched California where wind-whipped wildfires have forced hundreds of people to flee their homes and led to an emergency declaration in Santa Cruz County.

After Reports of Sighting, Mystery Ship Still Missing

The whereabouts of a Russian-manned cargo ship that vanished last month in the Atlantic is still in question, with both French and Russian officials saying it was found — but Moscow's envoy says the reports have been proven untrue.

Funeral Honors Navy Pilot 18 Years After Gulf War Death

Navy pilot Scott Speicher, the long-missing first casualty of the first Gulf War, was finally laid to rest Friday after his remains were found earlier this month.