Ousted Honduran Leader to Meet With Clinton

A day after failing to land in Honduras to confront the interim government that ousted him in a coup, Zelaya boarded a plane bound for Washington, where U.S. officials said he would meet with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Pakistan: U.S. Strike on Taliban Camp Kills 12

Suspected U.S. missiles slammed into a training camp ran by Pakistani Taliban leader Baitullah Mehsud on Tuesday, killing at least 12 militants in the latest in a flurry of strikes against him and his followers, intelligence officials said.

NATO: Afghan Chopper Crash Kills 3 Troops

A spokesman for NATO says two Canadian troops and a Briton were killed in a helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan.

Fans, Stars Pay Tribute to Michael Jackson in L.A.

Michael Jackson's body was transported from a private memorial service at a Hollywood Hills cemetery to a massive public memorial in downtown Los Angeles that began shortly after 10 a.m. PDT Tuesday

Sanford Censured for Absence, Affair

LIVESHOTS: Republicans formally admonish S.C. governor for secret trip to Argentina to meet mistress

Sanford Censured for Absence, Affair

Republicans formally reprimand South Carolina governor for secret trip last month to Argentina to meet his mistress

Curfew Declared in China's West After 'Chaos'

Chinese state media say that the government in the restive western region of Xinjiang has declared a curfew following the violence of recent days that has killed at least 156 people and paralyzed the main city of Urumqi.

Elizabeth Taylor Will Not Attend Jackson Memorial

Elizabeth Taylor ended days of rampant speculation with the announcement that she would not attend the public memorial service for her longtime friend and confidant Michael Jackson.

China Arrests 1,434 After Deadly Xinjiang Riots

Police have arrested 1,434 suspects in connection with the worst ethnic violence in decades in China's western Xinjiang region, which killed at least 156 people, state media reported Tuesday.