Police Chief and 91 Officers Detained in Mexico

A police chief and 91 officers were detained Thursday in a sweep on a city in central Mexico. The authorities are suspected of sheltering the Zetas, one of the country’s most violent drug gangs.

Demerol: Did It Cause Michael Jackson's Death?

The painkiller Demerol can be summed up in just a few words: Highly addictive with a slew of side effects. It's also the same drug that is rumored to have been given to Michael Jackson in the moments before he "collapsed and stopped breathing."

Secretary Charged With Altering Daughter's Grades

A high school secretary altered her daughter's grades in a school computer system to improve her daughter's class standing.

Mom on Lam With Missing 4-Year-Old Waives Extradition

The mother of the 4-year-old girl who was the focus of a nationwide search until found at Morning Star Ranch, a retreat and rehabilitation center in Valley Center, Calif., earlier this week, agreed Thursday to be returned to Ohio.

Climate Bill Narrowly Passes

House passes sweeping bill mandating cleaner — and more costly — energy in mostly partisan vote

Man Suspected in Porn Model Murder in U.S. Custody

A man suspected of murdering a Kansas college student who led a secret life as an Internet porn model is in custody after his extradition from Mexico.

'Clark Rockefeller' Fights Kidnapping, Assault Convictions

Lawyers for the German-born man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller are asking a Boston judge to throw out his kidnapping and assault convictions.