Published June 08, 2010
The British-based Reuters news agency has been stung for the second time by charges that it edited politically sensitive photos in a way that casts Israel in a bad light. But this time Reuters claims it wasn’t at fault.
Published June 07, 2010
After a monthlong manhunt, reputed pedophile John Mark Karr was located early Monday at his parents’ house in Atlanta and served with papers ordering him to stay away from his former fiancee. But because no criminal charges have been brought against him, he may already have disappeared again.
Published June 02, 2010
Police in San Francisco have obtained four search warrants in their hunt for John Mark Karr, whose false confession in the JonBenet Ramsey murder investigation created an international sensation four years ago.
Published May 24, 2010
John Mark Karr, known and reviled for his false confession in the 1996 murder of 6-year-old beauty princess JonBenet Ramsey, has re-emerged on the Internet in a bizarre and much more terrifying role. And a manhunt is under way.
Published May 18, 2010
Dr. Donald M. Berwick's supporters say he is the right man to run Medicare and Medicaid under the newly passed national health care law. But his opponents say he is an outspoken proponent of the British health care system, and the wrong man for the job.
Published May 17, 2010
Arizona’s illegal immigrant population is costing the state’s taxpayers even more than once thought -- a whopping $2.7 billion, according to researchers at the public interest group that helped write the state's new immigration law.
Published May 17, 2010
As controversy surrounds the construction of a 13-story mosque just two blocks from Ground Zero, FOX News has learned that an effort to place a second mosque close to the hallowed site in New York City is in its advanced stages.
Published May 12, 2010
In February 2009, after two wars and years of confusion over the best way to interrogate a terrorist, the Obama administration created a special unit to relearn how to get critical information from suspects in custody. Fifteen months later and in the wake of the failed car-bombing in Times Square, the question now is: where are they?
Published May 07, 2010
Sheila Goudeau, by all accounts, was a good teacher . . . the only nationally certified teacher at Riveroaks Elementary School and a nominee for teacher of the year. But that still didn’t qualify her to grade her students, according to a suit she has filed against the school and its administrators.
Published May 04, 2010
Two of the world's worst dictators are thumbing their noses at the U.N. as it tries to shore up support for increased sanctions against Iran. According to press reports, Iran secretly agreed last month to provide Zimbabwe with oil in return for exclusive access to the crippled African nation's precious uranium ore.