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Kidnapped girl returns home 18 years later

An 18 year nightmare is over for a California woman who was kidnapped from a bus stop when she was a child. El Dorado county police say Jaycee Lee Dugard was kidnapped in 1991 when she was just 11 years-old, has been alive and the man responsible

Coroner Officially Rules Michael Jackson Death a Homicide

"The drugs Propofol and Lorazepam were found to be the primary drugs responsible for Mr. Jackson's death," the Coroner's office said in a statement

Cops Seek Murder Clues at Girl's Backyard Hell

There were reports Friday that a rapist's Antioch, Calif., property is being searched for evidence in the murder of several prostitutes

Qaddafi Son: Lockerbie Bomber's Release Tied to Oil

Libyan dictator Muammar al-Qaddafi's son said it was 'obvious' that the country's efforts to free the Lockerbie bomber were tied to lucrative contracts with Britain.

Wildfire Burns Homes Near L.A., Thousands Flee

Wildfires chewed through tinder-dry brush and homes in California on Friday, forcing thousands to flee ritzy seaside neighborhoods, comfortable foothill suburbs and tiny farming communities.

Evidence Piling Up Against Jackson's Dermatologist

The heat is on for Michael Jackson's longtime friend and dermatologist Arnold Klein who investigators believe facilitated the years-long drug abuse that could have caused the death of the King of Pop.

Cash for Clunkers: Over but not gone

Auto dealers were sad to see the government program, cash for clunkers, end. But now that it's over, they're worried they'll never see the cash. The stimulus program allowed people to trade their gas guzzlers for vehicles with better gas mileag

Everything You Need to Know About the H1N1 Vaccine

Should you get the H1N1 vaccine? Is it safe? How's it being made? Find out here

Dems Invoke 'Do It For Ted'

Key Democrats slip a dose of health care reform into Kennedy condolences