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In latest legal blow, Pakistani court confines Musharraf to his home

A day after he made a swift exit from an Islamabad court when a judge revoked his bail, former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf appeared before a magistrate on Friday and was formally placed under house arrest.

UPDATE: 1 Boston bombing suspect dead, another on the loose

UPDATE (10:52am): Ruslan Tsarni, the uncle of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing, delivered his condolences to the victims of the bombings and said he was shocked that the children of his brother might have been involv

Boston bombing suspect on the loose, police say

(CNN) Violence terrorized Bostonians overnight, and police believe two suspects involved are the same men who allegedly planted bombs that killed three in the Boston Marathon Monday.

BREAKING: FBI releases images of Boston Marathon bombing suspects

The FBI has released the photos of the persons of interest in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings. There are two suspects known as "Suspect #1" and "Suspect #2."

What your zip code reveals about you

Every time you mindlessly give a sales clerk your zip code at checkout, you're giving data companies and retailers the ability to track everything from your body type to your bad habits.

3 reasons the housing recovery may not last

The housing market has made a big comeback over the past year; home prices have surged some 8% and homebuyers can't seem to buy up properties fast enough.

Arrest made in connection with laced envelopes sent to President Obama, Sen. Wicker

An arrest has been made in connection with letters sent to President Barack Obama and Sen. Roger Wicker that authorities are testing to determine if they contain ricin, two federal law enforcement officials said Wednesday.

US Senate votes down Toomey-Manchin Gun Bill

In a major defeat for supporters of tougher gun laws, the U.S. Senate on Wednesday defeated a compromise proposal to expand background checks on firearms sales.

Suspicious mail sent to US Senator John Cornyn tests negative for poison

Authorities have confirmed the suspicious mail sent to U.S. Senator John Cornyn, tested negative for poisonous substances.

Berkman trashes Wrigley Field

After 83 career games played at Wrigley Field, former Astro Lance Berkman is not fond of the Chicago Cubs’ home.