Monthly Archives: January 2014

‘TRULY A HERO’Donations pour in after boy, 8, dies saving loved ones

Friends and strangers have raised more than $20,000 to fund the funeral of an 8-year-old boy who died after saving six relatives from a fast-moving blaze in his grandfather’s trailer home in

FAMILY SEEKS ANSWERS Diplomat called for probe after Marine’s heart vanished

A U.S. diplomat said he tried three times to stop doctors from performing an autopsy on the body of a Marine who had killed himself at the U.S. embassy in Greece, and

FBI joins search for missing WSJ reporter

The FBI is assisting in the search for missing Wall Street Journal reporter David Bird, who was last seen leaving his northern New Jersey home more than a week ago. Barbara Woodruff

Indian minister testifies in investigation of wife’s ‘sudden and unnatural’ death

Indian government minister Shashi Tharoor testified Sunday before a magistrate investigating the death of his wife days after she accused him of adultery over Twitter. According to Reuters, Tharoor’s wife was found

EPA climate rules challenged by GOP in coal fight

Jan. 10, 2009: A flock of geese fly past a smokestack at the Jeffery Energy Center coal power plant near Emmitt, Kan.AP Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and 39 fellow Republicans are

‘GOING TO FIND HIM’Water levels offer hope in finding plane lost in 1965

One man’s quest to find his lost brother has led search crews to scour a California lake for victims of a mid-air plane collision that occurred nearly 50 years ago. Frank Wilcox

BACK TOO SOON?Networks upset with A&E for reinstating ‘Duck’ star

LOS ANGELES –  A&E was quick to reinstate Phil Robertson on “Duck Dynasty” following last month’s controversy over comments he made to GQ magazine about homosexuality. Now an insider tells FOX411 there

CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATION?Conservative threatens suit in Wis. over secret probe

Conservative activist Eric O’Keefe has a message for the Wisconsin prosecutors who have targeted him and dozens of conservative groups in a politically charged John Doe investigation: Drop the probe now or

HERO GIVES BACK Afghan interpreter helping others flee Taliban, get to US

An Afghan interpreter who earned a hard-fought visa after saving the life of a U.S. soldier who took up his cause is now helping others settle in America under a program critics

Fighting halts polio vaccination in northern Syria

Heavy fighting has prevented health workers from getting polio vaccine to an estimated 100,000 Syrian children in the northeastern province of Raqqa, United Nations aid agencies said on Monday, appealing for access.