Authorities believe at least one person not in custody may have information about the deaths of eight people in a Georgia mobile home, Glynn County Police Chief Matt Doering said Sunday. “I’m confident to say that there’s somebody, at least an individual, that we would like to know about that’s not at the scene,” whether or not they were directly involved in the case, Doering said. Seven people were found dead Saturday at a residence in the New Hope mobile home park in Brunswick, Georgia
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The leader of the Pakistani Taliban, Baitullah Mehsud, was likely killed in a U.S. Predator drone attack in a remote tribal region Wednesday, said a Pakistani official who has knowledge of intelligence matters
Severe turbulence shook a Continental Airlines flight Monday, injuring 26 passengers — four seriously — and forcing the aircraft to divert to Miami, Florida, an airport fire official said. There were 168 passengers on Flight 128, which was originally headed from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Houston, Texas, according to Lt. Elkin Sierra of the Miami-Dade Fire Department
The Chinese government will require all PCs sold in China after July 1 to include software that blocks "harmful" content, news reports said on Monday. The rule, released on May 19, will require all computers to have “Green Dam,” a software program that is designed to block pornography sites, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Researchers from the University of Oxford announced on Thursday that they have developed the first genetic test for predicting the likelihood that a patient’s colon cancer will recur. The test, which scans for mutations in 12 genes expressed by colon tumors, can tell patients in the early stages of colon cancer the chances that their disease will come back after treatment.
The world hasn’t seen a pandemic in 41 years, when the "Hong Kong" flu crossed the globe and killed about one million people worldwide. If swine flu reaches pandemic levels, what would happen next? Recurrent outbreaks of Avian Influenza and the outbreak of SARS in 2003 rang alarm bells as potential pandemics
A Pentagon review looking at allowing media coverage of the flag-draped coffins of fallen troops returning to the United States could be ready for the secretary of defense to look over within days, according to Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell. The review was ordered by Secretary Robert Gates after President Obama asked for more information on the Pentagon’s longstanding policy of barring media from viewing the coffins as they come into Dover Air Force base in Delaware