World Powers May Meet on North Korea Next Month

The U.S. and North Korea's neighbors may meet soon to find a new way to deal with the communist regime after it snubbed formal talks on ending its nuclear program, conducted an atomic test and threatened war in response to U.N. sanctions.

Troops Kill 50 Militants in Pakistan Fighting

Pakistani troops backed by jet fighters and artillery have killed about 50 militants in a volatile northwestern tribal region near Afghanistan, officials said Saturday.

Iran Opposition Warned Against Staging Protests

Iran's opposition leader received another stern warning Saturday not to encourage his supporters to take to the streets.

Some Guantanamo Detainees Resisting Move to Palau

At least some of the 13 detainees accepted for resettlement by the island nation of Palau don't want to go there.

Emerging $80B Deal Would Help Fund Elderly's Drugs

Elderly Medicare beneficiaries would receive better drug coverage and a portion of President Barack Obama's health care legislation would be paid for under an emerging agreement involving the pharmaceutical industry, the White House and key lawmakers

1 Dead After Freight Train Derails Northwest of Chicago

ATank cars loaded with thousands of gallons of highly flammable ethanol exploded in flames as a freight train derailed, killing one person and forcing the evacuation of hundreds of nearby homes.

Report: Steve Jobs Had Liver Transplant

Steve Jobs, who has been on medical leave from Apple Inc. since January to treat an undisclosed medical condition, received a liver transplant in Tennessee about two months ago.

Schwarzenegger's Plane Makes Emergency Landing

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's plane made an emergency landing Friday evening because of smoke in the cockpit.

Aide: Sen. Blackmailed Over Affair

The husband of Ensign's former mistress allegedly pressured the Nevada senator for cash, benefits