Iranian Opposition Remains Defiant

Tehran's police chief would not say how many people were arrested during opposition protests that erupted a day earlier in the Iranian capital — in the latest attempt to revive street demonstrations over the country's disputed election.

State Investigates Racial Discrimination at Pa. Club Pool

State officials will probe accusations of racial discrimination against a suburban Philadelphia swim club that allegedly reacted to a visiting group of minority children by asking them not to return.

Study: Ugly Men More Fertile, Produce More Sperm

Women wanting to get pregnant should find themselves an ugly man, new research suggests.

Recovery 'A Ways Off'

URGENT: Obama says world apparently averted economic collapse, but the full recovery will take time

Va. Nudist Camp to Stage Largest Simultaneous Skinny Dip

Virginia's only nudist camp is doing its part to help stage the nation's largest simultaneous skinny dip this weekend.

Moms With Kids Find Body Hanging in Ohio Playground

Police say two women bringing young children to an Ohio park found the body of man hanging from playground equipment.

Woman Shot in Leg by Bathroom Stall Neighbor

A Florida woman sitting in a bathroom stall was shot in the leg by a woman in the next stall over when her gun fell and accidentally fired.

Study: 1 in 3 Breast Cancer Patients Overtreated

One in three breast cancer patients identified in public screening programs may be treated unnecessarily, an analysis of cancer trends in five countries suggests.

S. Korea: Attackers Use IP Address in 16 Nations

Cyber attacks that caused a wave of Web site outages in the U.S.