Usher, Wife File for Divorce After 2 Years of Marriage

R&B singer Usher filed for divorce Friday from Tameka Foster Raymond, less than two years after their glitzy wedding at a Georgia resort.

Woman Saves Child From Rolling Car, Gets Pinned Underneath

Police in Cedar Rapids say a woman's quick thinking and action kept a young child from being run over by a rolling car.

Iran's Government: Ahmadinejad Wins Election

Iran declared President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad the winner Saturday of an election that pitted the conservative establishment against candidate with broad backing from the country's youth.

Knox Takes Stand for 2nd Day in Italy Murder Trial

An American student charged with murdering her British roommate in 2007 told an Italian court Saturday that a "crescendo" of police pressure led her to finger an innocent man in the case.

U.S. Cities to Rely on Persuasion as Crime-Fighting Tactic

At least 30 cities are expected to announce Monday that they are joining an unorthodox crime-fighting program that relies on persuasion, rather than arrests, to cut down on criminal behavior.

N. Korea Threatens Military Action if U.S. Imposes Blockade

North Korea vowed Saturday to step up its atomic bomb-making program and threatened war if its ships are stopped as part of new U.N. sanctions aimed at punishing the nation for its latest nuclear test.

Taliban Claim Responsibility for Slaying Cleric

The Taliban claimed responsibility Saturday for recent homicide attacks in Pakistan, including the assassination of a leading moderate cleric and the bombing of a Peshawar hotel frequented by foreigners.

Hydrogen Leak Delays Saturday's Space Shuttle Launch

A potentially dangerous hydrogen gas leak cropped up during the fueling of space shuttle Endeavour on Saturday and forced NASA to postpone the launch by at least four days.