Battles With Insurgents Kill 30 in Afghanistan

A joint Afghan and U.S.-led coalition operation against insurgents in southern Afghanistan killed more than 20 Taliban fighters Sunday, while a militant ambush in the northwest killed four policemen, officials said.

Several More Bodies of Air France Crash Victims Found

Search ships methodically worked through a "sea of debris" from a doomed Air France jet Sunday, recovering 15 more bodies near the spot where the Airbus A330 is believed to have gone down a week ago.

American Tourist Survived Wild Ride on Side of Train

An American tourist survived a terrifying late-night train ride, clinging to the side of a train as it hurtled through the South Australian Outback at speeds of up to 70 mph.

Obama Amps Up Health Role

President plans speeches and meetings in strong push for health legislation that GOP, private insurers oppose

FBI Helps Iraqi Officials in Probe Into Contractor's Death

Iraqi forces detained five U.S. private security contractors in connection with the killing of a fellow American contractor last month in Baghdad's Green Zone, FOX News confirms. The men have not been formally charged.

U.S. Security Contractors Arrested in Green Zone Death

Iraqi forces detained five U.S. private security contractors in connection with the killing of a fellow American contractor last month in Baghdad's Green Zone, FOX News confirms. The men have not been formally charged.

Netanyahu Plans Major Policy Address on Road to Peace

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, under stiff U.S. pressure to freeze West Bank settlement construction and endorse Palestinian statehood, said Sunday that he plans to deliver a major policy address laying out his proposed road to peace.