Apple's iPhone 3G S Debuts Around the World

The new iPhone went on sale in the U.S. Friday morning, greeted by much smaller lines and less hoopla than previous models.

Google Steps Up Anti-Porn Efforts in China

Google Inc. said Friday that it was working to block pornography reaching users of its Chinese service after a mainland watchdog found the search engine turned up large numbers of links to obscene and vulgar sites.

Crew Thought Continental Pilot Who Died Was Asleep

The Continental Airlines pilot who died on a trans-Atlantic flight from Belgium to the U.S. was in 'perfect health' and fellow crew members initially thought he had just fallen asleep, his wife told a Houston television station.

Girl, 10, Dies 7 Hours After Being Granted Dying Wish

A 10-year-old girl from California whose dying wish was to see the Pixar movie “Up” died seven hours after her wish was granted, The OC Register reported.

Hospital: Doc Infected 2 Women With Meningitis, 1 Died

An Ohio hospital says tests point to an anesthesiologist as the likely source of bacterial meningitis that infected two pregnant women, killing one of them.

U.K. Man Auctions Dad's Ashes on eBay as Revenge

British man William Ireland is taking revenge on the dad he says abandoned him as a child - by auctioning his ashes on eBay.

Walkers in the Buff Cause Uproar on 'Naked Hiking Day'

On the first day of summer, a group of hikers traipses through the woods in the buff to be one with nature. They've dubbed the tradition Naked Hiking Day. This year, those who prefer clothes are fuming.

Supermodel Devon Aoki Beefed Up By Training With 30-Pound Gu

Supermodel Devon Aoki still struggles with insecurities and image issues.

Alleged Hitman's Lawyers Want Confessions Tossed

Hours after detectives arrested Vincent Smothers in a suburban Detroit alley in the spring of 2008, they say, he came out with a stunning confession: 'I don't have a profession,' he allegedly told an investigator. 'I kill people for money.'

$196 Billion Later, Little Proof U.N. Health Programs Work

In the last two decades, the world has spent more than $196 billion trying to save people from death and disease in poor countries.