D-Day Veteran Recounts 'Longest Day' 65 Years Later

With Saturday marking 65 years since D-Day, Arthur told FOX News his story as one of the ordinary men who did extraordinary things in that battle

Underground Blast in San Francisco Cuts Power

An underground explosion in downtown San Francisco sent black smoke pouring out of a manhole and cut power to 8,800 people. There were no immediate reports of injuries.

11-Year-Old Graduates College With Degree in Astrophysics

At the age of an average sixth-grader, Cavalin has gradated from East Los Angeles Community College. But, graduating college at 10 may not be his highest goal in life.

Stephen Colbert Goes Bob Hope

Stephen Colbert will broadcast four shows next week from Baghdad, where he says he'll be "Bob Hoping" it for the troops.

Did Ex-Intel Pick Know Too Much?

Bush administration official familiar with CIA interrogations turns down intelligence post amid Dem concerns

NYPD Seeks Way to Let Guns 'Talk' to One Another

The New York Police Department is looking into adapting futuristic technology that would allow officers' guns to recognize one another in an effort to avoid the type of friendly fire that left a cop dead last week.

Mom Accused of Killing 4 Daughters Waives Right to Trial

Mother found in her home with decomposing bodies of her four daughters charged with murder after reportedly telling investigators the children were possessed by demons.

11-Year-Old Graduates College With Degree in Astrophysics

At the age of an average sixth-grader, Cavalin has gradated from East Los Angeles Community College. But, graduating college at 10 may not be his highest goal in life.

D.A.: O.J. Simpson Should Stay Jailed During Appeal

A lawyer for one of O.J. Simpson's co-defendants in a robbery case says a judge has ordered more than $3,500 in restitution paid to a victim.

Crime Stoppers Seeks Fugitives Hiding in U.S.

Crime Stoppers International is turning to the public to help track internationally wanted fugitives down.