Child Porn on Alleged Museum Shooter's Computer

Child pornography was found on a computer belonging to the white supremacist charged with shooting and killing a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the FBI said in court documents.

Parkour Craze Growing Among Thrill-Seekers in U.S.

In 2002, parkour - an extreme sport popularized in France in which participants run and flip from Point A to Point B as efficiently as possible — was relatively unknown outside of Europe.

GOP: We Want a Better Explanation

Rep. Issa wants 'fuller and more complete' reason, evidence from Obama in ex-AmeriCorps official's firing

5 Ark. Prison Workers Fired After 2 Convicts Escape

The Arkansas Department of Correction has fired five employees who were working when two convicted murderers escaped a state prison after donning guard uniforms that were made in the facility.

Judge Nixes Ban on Military Recruitment of Minors

A federal judge has struck down two Northern California city ordinances banning military recruitment of minors.

FBI: Michigan Man Not Long-Missing New York Boy

The FBI says DNA testing has confirmed that a 54-year-old Michigan man is not a toddler kidnapped in Long Island, N.Y., in 1955.

Shelter Nixes Plan to Kill 50 Strays for 12 Pit Bulls

Officials of a New Mexico animal shelter say they have canceled plans to euthanize more than 50 dogs to make room for court-held pit bulls.