August 6th, 2010
09:35 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories during the last 24 hours, according to Newspulse.

Four bodies found in Maryland home: Investigators are questioning at least one person in the deaths of four people found Friday in a debris-filled Maryland home that "gives the appearance of a landfill," the police chief said.

'Birther' Army doctor faces court martial: Charges should be thrown out against the Army officer who refused deployment to Afghanistan because he says President Obama doesn't have the authority to send him, his lawyer said.

Driver in fatal Toyota crash goes free: A Minnesota man sent to prison after the deadly sudden-acceleration crash of his Toyota Camry has been freed by a judge, and the local prosecutor says he will not be retried.

Gunman said he wanted to shoot more: Minutes after gunning down eight co-workers in Manchester, Connecticut, Omar Thornton called state police and told them, "I took it into my hands" because he worked in a "racist place."

Adnan Shukrijumah - From dishwasher to al Qaeda leadership: He was born in Saudi Arabia and spent much of his youth in New York and south Florida. Then he vanished.

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