Pa. Woman Sues Victoria's Secret Over Bra Design

A western Pennsylvania woman claims in a federal lawsuit that lingerie store Victoria's Secret infringed on her patent for a bra design.

'Perfect Storm' Fisherman Convicted of Illegally Fishing

Maine fisherman and author Linda Greenlaw, who survived the nor'easter that was the basis for the book and movie 'The Perfect Storm,' was convicted on charges of illegally fishing in Canadian waters.

China Aggressively Cracks Down on Tiananmen Anniversary

Chinese police aggressively deterred dissent on Thursday's 20th anniversary of the crackdown on democracy activists in Tiananmen Square, ignoring calls from Hillary Rodham Clinton for Beijing to face up to the 1989 violence.

Buyer Pays $500 for Anthony's High School Yearbook

An unnamed buyer has shelled out $500 for a copy of a high school yearbook that contains pictures of a central Florida woman accused of killing her daughter.

Obama Sees 'New Beginning' Between U.S., Muslim World

URGENT: In far-ranging address to Muslim world, President Obama calls on Israel to abandon settlements, pledges support of two-state solution to Palestinian conflict, calls on Muslims to oppose extremists

Obama to Embrace Muslim World in Cairo Address

President discusses quest for Mideast peace and Iran's nuclear ambitions with Egyptian president before speech

Iran Supreme Leader: U.S. 'Deeply Hated' in Mideast

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Thursday the United States was "deeply hated" in the Middle East and that Israel is a "cancerous tumor in the heart" of the Muslim world.

15 Lightning-Sparked Wildfires Erupt Near L.A.

Officials say lightning strikes have started at least 15 new wildfires in the Angeles National Forest.