Security Guard for U.S. Mining Giant Killed in Indonesia

A security guard working for U.S. mining giant Freeport was killed and five other people were injured when their vehicles came under attack Sunday in Indonesia's restive Papua province, a company official said.

La Toya Jackson: Band of Hangers-On Killed Michael

Michael Jackson was killed by a band of greedy hangers-on, his sister La Toya alleges in interviews with British Sunday newspapers.

S. Korea Analyzes Computers Used in Cyberattacks

South Korean police are analyzing a sample of the tens of thousands of infected computers used to crash Web sites in South Korea and the U.S., but conceded Sunday they may not lead to the culprit.

4 Runners Gored in Running of the Bulls

Bulls gored four runners, seriously injuring two of them, during a packed running of the bulls on the sixth day of the San Fermin festival on Sunday.

Palin's Surprising Political Plans

Governor says she wants to jump back into the national political fray — and that may include stumping for Dems

Pakistan: Usama Bin Laden Isn't Here

Usama bin Laden and the top Al Qaeda leadership are not in Pakistan, making U.S. missile attacks against them futile, according to the country’s interior minister.

Palin Says Alaska Needs 'Wake Up Call'

Governor says new ethics complaint against her for allegedly taking money for interviews warrants new state ethics policy

Holder Eyes Torture Inquiry

Attorney general may appoint a prosecutor to probe Bush-era interrogations, countering Obama's wishes

Chips in Official IDs Raise Privacy Fears

RFID, coupled with other technologies, could make people trackable without their knowledge or consent.

British Prime Minister Defends Afghan Mission

Britain's influential media placed the news on the front pages, inevitably increasing pressure on the government both to explain the mission and to say whether it is giving the military the support it needs to fight the war.