Astronauts Perform Midday Spacewalk

It's spacewalking day at the shuttle-station complex.

Gaza's 'Hamaswood' Premieres Militant Feature

The Islamic militants' first feature film — an action-packed homage to a top Hamas militant — cost only $200,000 to make and is being shown to segregated audiences of bearded men and veiled women.

Fugitive Terrorist Suspected in Indonesia Hotel Blasts

Investigators worked Saturday to identify a pair of bombers who attacked two American luxury hotels in Indonesia's capital, and officials confirmed at least four of the dead were foreigners.

One of 'Octomom's' Kids Reportedly Rushed to Hospital

A celebrity Web site says one of Nadya Suleman's 14 children has been rushed to a California hospital for drinking a nonpoisonous saltwater solution.

Cops: Baby's Blood-Alcohol Level 4 Times Legal Limit

Georgia authorities say they found a baby sitter accused of feeding a 9-month-old boy wine, causing his blood-alcohol level to exceed four times the legal limit for an adult.

Orwell's '1984' and 'Animal Farm' Deleted From Kindles

Users of Amazon.com's e-reader device were surprised and unsettled over the past day to receive notice that George Orwell works they had purchased, including "1984" and "Animal Farm," had been removed from their Kindle and their money refunded.

Elevator Operator Accused in NYC High Rise Killing

Police said DNA evidence linked the man to the killing of Eridania Rodriguez, whose body was found with a gold crucifix taped to her mouth in the Manhattan high rise where she worked

World's Oldest Man Dies at Age of 113

The world's oldest man Henry Allingham has died at the age of 113.

Mixed Messages on Military Smoking

Pentagon aims for smoke-free military yet subsidizes tobacco products, says ban won't apply to war zones

Body Found Decapitated, Dismembered in Ga. Woods

The Chihuahua state prosecutor's spokesman Vladimir Tuexi says police Friday found the bodies in the Amsterdam bar, in a zone popular with U.S. tourists