LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - DC Comics will reset the dial by renumbering its lineup of superhero comics when it releases 52 issues tagged No. 1, starting with its famed Justice League series, the company said on Tuesday.
JOPLIN, Mo (Reuters) - Missouri officials continued on Tuesday the process of identifying the remains of bodies recovered from the devastating Joplin tornado and reduced the count of missing people to 10.
CAPE CANAVERAL (Reuters) - The shuttle Endeavour crew closed the payload bay doors in preparation for a scheduled landing early on Wednesday, as sister ship Atlantis neared the launch pad for the shuttle program's final flight.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - By the summer of 2008, then Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich realized he might have the power to appoint a senator to represent Illinois, Blagojevich testified on Tuesday at his federal corruption trial.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fighter jets escorted a United Airlines plane back to Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C., after a fight broke out between a pair of passengers on the flight bound for Ghana, officials said on Tuesday.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Bernice King, the daughter of the late civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., has left a suburban Atlanta megachurch that has been at the center of a recent sex controversy, and plans to start her own ministry.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla (Reuters) - Thousands of jellyfish washed up on Florida's east coast over the Memorial holiday weekend, stinging swimmers and thwarting beachgoers.
ORLANDO, Fla (Reuters) - The mother of accused child killer Casey Anthony testified on Tuesday that her daughter's car smelled "worse than rotting flesh" when she and her husband found it in an impound lot a month after she had last seen her 2-year-old granddaughter Caylee.
SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - Rising waters forced evacuations in Minot, North Dakota, on Tuesday as officials in South Dakota raced to finish levees to protect the state capital and other cities from the swollen Missouri River.
MIAMI (Reuters) - U.S. military prosecutors have filed new charges against the self-described mastermind of the September 11 attacks in 2001, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, and four alleged co-conspirators held at the Guantanamo detention camp.