Government Wants to Dismiss Geronimo Family Lawsuit

The U.S. Justice Department asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by descendants of Apache leader Geronimo, whose remains were purported to be stolen long ago by members of a secret society at Yale University.

Suspected 'Craigslist Killer' Indicted by Grand Jury

The former medical student accused of killing a 25-year-old masseuse he met through Craigslist has been indicted by a grand jury.

Obama: U.S. 'Fully Prepared' For Any N. Korean Threats

President seeks to assure that Pyongyang's reported threat to launch a missile toward Hawaii is under control• North Korea Threatens to Harm U.S. if Attacked

Road Cleaned by Neo-Nazis May Be Named for Rabbi

Two Adopt-a-Highway signs on a Missouri road acknowledge a neo-Nazi group's participation in the state's litter prevention program.

Obama M.I.A. on Iran?

GOP lawmakers say president needs to step off sidelines and stand up for Iranian protesters; McCain urges the president to be 'on the right side of history'

Tour Bus Carrying Football Team Collides With SUV

Officials say a tour bus carrying a semi-professional football team from Canada crashed into a sport utility vehicle in northeastern Indiana. One person is dead.

Mickelson Moves into Lead Alongside Glover at Open

Phil Mickelson, Lucas Glover and Ricky Barnes were on the move Monday at the U.S. Open, with Mickelson taking a share of the lead.

More Than 30 Suspected Militants Killed in Pakistan

Military jets and artillery pounded suspected militant hide-outs in two towns in Pakistan's northwest on Sunday, killing 27 fighters, officials said. Elsewhere in the volatile region, a citizens' militia killed seven suspected militants.