Obama Honors D-Day Heroes

Recalling 'unimaginable hell' of D-Day suffering, president pays tribute to fallen soldiers | PHOTOS | VIDEO

Mourners, Protesters Attend Abortion Doctor's Funeral

Hundreds of people gathered Saturday to honor slain abortion provider Dr. George Tiller, eulogized by a longtime friend as a passionate and generous man who repeatedly overcame difficult challenges.

Shock After Couple's Spy Charges

Neighbors of ex-U.S. official and his wife, accused of spying for Cuba, say they didn't talk about Cuba relations

Militants Attack Military Convoy in Pakistan

Militants attacked a military convoy in Pakistan's restive northwest Saturday, the latest episode in a surge of violence during an army offensive to drive the Taliban from the region's Swat Valley.

S. Korea: N. Korea Can't Use Tests to Win Allowances

South Korea's president warned Saturday that his country will not let North Korea use its recent nuclear and missile tests to win concessions and that Pyongyang needs to return to talks aimed at ending its nuclear program.

School District Catches Cheaters, Cancels Graduation

An Ohio school district says it uncovered a cheating scheme so pervasive that it had to cancel graduation ceremonies for its 60 seniors — but will still mail their diplomas.

29 Children Killed in Fire at Mexico Day Care

Flames engulfed a day care center in northern Mexico on Friday, killing at least 29 children and injuring dozens as neighbors and teachers ran through thick, black smoke to pull preschoolers from the blaze, officials said.

Radio Ads Pulled Over Transgender 'Freaks' Remarks

The ads were pulled after talk show hosts on a Sacramento radio station referred to transgender people as 'freaks' with mental disorders