Feared Hackers Call Off Attack on AT&T

A rare moment of civility broke out on the Internet Monday, as the troublemaking geeks of 4chan.org called off a planned attack on telecommunications giant AT&T.

Report: Hamas Summer Campers Re-Enact Abduction of Israeli S

Palestinian children are being indoctrinated at Hamas summer camps where they have re-enacted the abduction of IDF soldier Gilad Schalit — all while top Hamas officials have looked happily on, according to The Jerusalem Post.

Police Seek Answers After Wrong-Way Crashes Kill 8

Authorities are trying to determine how a woman driving a minivan carrying two of her children and three young nieces got onto a suburban parkway heading in the wrong direction, leading to a fiery crash that killed eight people

Fed 'Held Nose' Over Bailouts

Bernanke says nothing made him angrier 'than having to intervene' with taxpayer bailouts of financial companies

N. Korea Open to New Dialogue to Defuse Nuclear Tensions

North Korea says it is open to new dialogue to defuse tensions over its nuclear weapons program.

3-Car Crash on N.Y. Highway Kills 8, Including 4 Kids

New York State Police say seven people have died in a three-car crash on the Taconic State Parkway, MyFOXNY.com has reported.

Clinton: 'No, Never' to White House Bid

Secretary of state shuts door to another presidential campaign, says she has 'no belief' that she will run again • N. Korea Warns of 'Unimaginably Deadly Blows' to U.S.

U.S. on Verge of Closing Anthrax Mailings Case

A year after government scientist Bruce Ivins killed himself while under investigation for the lethal 2001 anthrax mailings, the Justice Department is on the verge of closing the case.

Alberto Contador Wins Tour de France a Second Time

Alberto Contador of Spain has won the Tour de France for a second time, and Lance Armstrong will join him on the podium after finishing third in his comeback to cycling's main event.