Judge orders release of military detainee abuse photographs; US has fought to shield them
System glitch triggers erroneous notifications to Ore. crime victims about inmates' freedom
US first lady Michelle Obama urges Cambodian students to stay in school, demand more freedoms
2 in Canadian terror plot to derail train between Toronto and NYC found guilty
Late President Gerald Ford's youngest half-brother dies in Michigan at age 90
Albanez scores 19 points to lead No. 11 Gonzaga to 82-69 upset of sixth-seed George Washington
Serena Williams withdraws with knee injury before semifinal at Indian Wells
Allman film director says fatal Georgia train crash 'ultimately my responsibility'
South Carolina wins 20th straight behind Jakaitis' ECHL-record 4th consecutive shutout
Police: Man who cut TSA agent with machete shot at New Orleans international airport
The suspect was also carrying a can of wasp spray.
No. 1 seed Wisconsin shakes off Chanticleers to win 86-72, will play Oregon again for Sweet 16
The Texas judge who presided over Robert Durst's 2003 trial believes the alleged confession Durst gives in an audio recording on the HBO will hold up in court.