Famous Musician Bankruptcies

Musicians burn through more cash than the Federal Reserve — and when it's gone, their bailout comes in the form of tell-all books, reunion tours,TV commercials, and reality shows.

Probe Seeks Answers After 10,000 Vets Exposed to HIV

A congressional panel is pressing the Department of Veterans Affairs to disclose whether non-sterile equipment that may have exposed 10,000 veterans to HIV and other infections was isolated to three Southeast hospitals or is part of a wider problem.

Jennifer Aniston Mortified By John Mayer Dig

Actress receives honor for her film work, but jokes about her unlucky love life

Soldier Auctions Rare Copy of Historic 1788 Book

Indiana National Guard Capt. Nathan Harlan was a high school junior when he paid $7 for a 1788 first edition of volume one of "The Federalist" — a two-volume book of essays calling for the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.

Teen Wakes Up to Find Snake Staring at Him in Bed

A New York city teen came face-to-fang with a 3-foot boa constrictor Sunday that slithered uninvited into the youngster's home — a jarring confrontation that had the whole family in a panic.

Knox's Jailhouse Letters to Ex-Beau Reveal Prison Life

Amanda Knox has opened her heart in a series of letters to her co-accused and former boyfriend about prison life and their ongoing murder trial.

Cemetery Discovered at Florida Building Site

Construction crews uncovered bones, crumbled headstones and nails and metal handles from coffins in the site off Interstate 95.

Men 40% More Likely Than Women to Die of Cancer

Men are almost 40 percent more likely than women to die from cancer because they don't like going to the doctor and have unhealthy lifestyles, according to new research.

Russian Oil Magnate Launches $490M Luxury Yacht

The largest, most expensive private yacht in history — complete with its own swimming pool, mini-submarine and missile defense system — may soon be coming to a marina near you.