In his first interview since his 2005 conviction in the "Freedom Summer" slayings, Edgar Ray Killen says he remains a segregationist and would not confess to the killings of three civil-rights workers in 1964.
Spain's Princess Cristina was indicted on tax fraud charges Monday -- a severe setback to efforts by her brother King Felipe VI to rid the royalty of image problems after his scandal-plagued father abdicated six months ago.
French officials called for vigilance but warned against jumping to conclusions Monday after a pair of weekend attacks -- one in which a driver ran down 13 bystanders, and another in which a recent convert to Islam knifed police officers.
A writer telling the story of a serial killer who inspired the play and 1944 movie "Arsenic and Old Lace" hopes the Connecticut Supreme Court will order records related to her incarceration in a state mental hospital to be opened.
A prosecutor says an unlicensed medical practitioner in northwestern Cambodia suspected of negligently infecting more than 100 people with the virus that causes AIDS has been charged with murder and other crimes.
International donors have so far failed to deliver billions of dollars in aid money that was promised to rebuild the war-battered Gaza Strip, a Palestinian official said Monday, saying the rift between rival Palestinian factions is deterring foreign governments from sending aid.