Need Some Weed? Just Check Twitter

Some California drug dealers are living the high life this summer — because high-tech social-networking sites such as MySpace, Facebook and Twitter are allowing them to legally swap street corners for the Internet.

GM Assets

NEW YORK (AP) - Attorneys, bondholders, consumer groups and others will be back in a Manhattan courthouse this morning for more testimony about General Motors' bankruptcy plan. If it goes anything like yesterday, it could be another frustrat

Jackson Memorial

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles police say Michael Jackson's family is planning a private ceremony at a cemetery in the Hollywood Hills. Assistant Chief Jim McDonnell said Sunday that his department is working with the Jackson family on a "private

Iowa Woman Owes Almost $300,000 for Vet's Health Care

After caring for Vietnam veteran Roger Lennon for more than a dozen years, two months after his death Sarah Miller received a bill from the state of Iowa for almost $300,000 for medical care he received at a state-run veteran's home.

Arrest Made in Deadly Phoenix Arson Case

The Phoenix Fire Department has announced an arrest in a deadly store fire that claimed the life of a firefighter seven years ago.

7th Grader Sues School Over Pro-Life T-Shirt

A California mom says her public school administrators violated her daughter's First Amendment rights when they ordered the seventh-grader to take off her pro-life T-shirt.

New Images Show Where Tomorrow's Stars Will Be Born

Submillimeter light reveals vast, chaotic area of dust, gas at center of our own Milky Way galaxy.

Cops: Woman With McNair Bought Gun Found at Scene

A relative of the woman found shot to death with Steve McNair says Nashville police told him she recently purchased a gun.

Cybercriminals Steal $415,000 From Kentucky County

Gang based in Eastern Europe used viruses to secretly take control of computers used by county officials, including country treasurer and local judge.