Member Of Oxnard Family Ambushed In Mexico Speaks OutRelatives of the Ramos family ambushed in Mexico last month are trying to come to terms with the tragedy.
NASA's SMAP Observatory To Improve Drought Prediction, Planning For Natural DisastersMinutes before the sun dawned on the coast of central California on Saturday, NASA looked to the skies, and launched a critical part of its Earth Sciences mission into Low-Earth Orbit.
Southern California Native 'Lone Soldiers' Await Call To Fight For IsraelA number of Los Angeles residents may have more at stake than most may expect in the recent escalation in the crisis in Israel.
State Department Urges US Citizens To Avoid Travel To Israel As Fighting IntensifiesAs clashes in Gaza continue to escalate, the State Department has issued a warning for Americans to avoid traveling to the region.
Nelson Mandela Laid To Rest In Ancestral VillageBig guns fired a salute in the rural village where Nelson Mandela grew up and military servicemen marched stiffly behind his casket on a winding dirt road Sunday as South Africa said goodbye for the last time to the man who reconciled the country in its most vulnerable period.
Queen Elizabeth II Hospitalized With Stomach BugBuckingham Palace says Queen Elizabeth II has been hospitalized after suffering from what appears to be a stomach infection.
Hundreds Dead In Nightclub Inferno In Southern BrazilA blaze raced through a crowded nightclub in southern Brazil early Sunday, setting off a stampede that killed 232 people attending a university party, police and firefighters said.
Prince Albert Of Monaco Weds Charlene WittstockMonaco's reigning prince, Albert II, has wed South Africa's Charlene Wittstock in a long-awaited civil ceremony that transformed the one-time Olympic swimmer into the Princess of Monaco.
Stocks Plunge On European Debt WorriesStocks are opening sharply lower after warnings about the finances of several European countries reignited fears about the region's debt crisis.
Verizon Says Its Next iPhone Will Work OverseasVerizon Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo says the next Verizon iPhone model will work on overseas networks.
Homeland Security To Change Terror Alert SystemHomeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says the color-coded terror alert system will be replaced next week by two warnings: elevated and imminent.
Japan Baseball Opens To Relief And Cheer Backdropped by the deadly earthquake and tsunami and worsening radiation leak, the Japan Pro Baseball season has opened to relief, empathy and cheers with the Rakuten Eagles beating the defending champion Chiba Lotte Marines 6-4.