Report: 7 Killed in Tehran Clashes After Rally

Iran's state radio reported Tuesday that clashes in the Iranian capital the previous day left seven people dead during an "unauthorized gathering" at a mass rally over alleged election fraud.

Virginia Bus Station Shooting Suspect Surrenders

A co-worker suspected in the Monday morning shootings of a bus driver and another man in the employee lot of a northern Virginia bus station surrendered later in the day, authorities said.

U.S. Urges Iran to Accept Invite to Nuclear Talks

The United States urged Iran on Monday to agree to a meeting with the six key nations trying to ensure that its nuclear program is peaceful in which the U.S. will be "a full participant."

ACLU: Hospital Discriminated Against Gay Couple

Civil rights groups are urging a hospital in central California to change its policies after employees briefly barred a lesbian from visiting her partner, who went into seizure at a gay marriage march.

Blogger Who Lied About Terminally Sick Baby Apologizes

A suburban Chicago woman has apologized for an Internet hoax in which she claimed to be pregnant with a terminally ill child, saying the story that attracted nearly a million hits to her Web site stemmed from "unresolved pain" she could not handle al

Sarah Palin Accepts David Letterman's Apology

Sarah Palin says she accepts comedian David Letterman’s apology made during Monday night’s broadcast .