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Scottish tweens and teens accused of minor crimes like vandalism or bullying may soon have their fates decided by juries of their peers -- other children.
Air America has suspended radio talk show host Randi Rhodes for making "abusive" remarks about Hillary Clinton and Geraldine Ferraro, the U.S. network said.
A U.S. Senate committee in Washington heard testimony Monday the country is safer than it was in 2001 when terrorists attacked, but has a long way to go.
Two new U.S. TV dramas tell stories of seemingly ordinary people with secret, dark alter egos -- one a vampire attorney, the other a centuries-old detective.
Hundreds of people attended a memorial service at a California ski resort for three members of a ski patrol who died when snow collapsed into a volcanic vent.
Seconds can mean the difference during an avalanche, and a U.S. manufacturer has developed a device it says can shave seconds from rescue times.
U.S. President Bush has tapped retired Navy Vice Adm. John Scott Redd to head the new National Counterterrorism Center, the White House said Friday.
Vice Adm. John Scott Redd is leading candidate to run America's main agency to analyze terrorist threats and plan counter-terror operationss.
The London-based oversight agency UK Sport has adopted tougher rules to crack down on athletes who evade drug testing between contests.