Judge: Airlines Sued by 9-11 Victims Can't Question FBI

A federal judge in New York says airlines and other companies in the industry that are being sued by terrorism victims can't question FBI agents about the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

Colombia Extradites Rebel 'Jailer' to Face Indictment in U.S

Gerardo Aguilar, alias "Cesar," faces drug-trafficking charges, kidnapping and other charges on an indictment in Washington, D.C. federal court.

Bridal Bouquet Brings Down Plane in Italy

A Tuscan wedding ended with injuries after an attempt to launch the bride's bouquet from a plane brought down the tiny aircraft.

Many Bodies Dug Up From Graves Impossible to I.D.

A constant stream of relatives hoping to find their loved ones showed up Saturday as officials exhumed one grave in a cemetery where four former employees are accused of digging up and dumping hundreds of bodies in a scheme to resell plots.

Media Watchdog: 7 Photographers Detained in Iran

Seven photographers and a cameraman have been detained in Iran over the past week, media monitor Reporters Without Borders said.

Envelope Delivered to Toledo Police Explodes

An envelope delivered to the Toledo Police Department has reportedly exploded, FOX Toledo reported.

FOXSexpert: 12 Things to Never Do During Sex

While some rules are meant to be broken, when it comes to sex, these rules should never be cracked.

Swimsuit Fashion in Florida

SNEAK PEEK: Boheme kicks off Miami Fashion Week. Here's a preview of what you'll see on the beach next year