- The pilot of the Soctata TBM-700 was seen "unconscious and slumped over" in the cockpit before the crash.
- The two F-15 fighters called off their pursuit as the plane entered Cuban airspace. The plane did not respond to attempts at communication.
- More than two years on, the saga of the stricken cruise ship isn't over. The captain who fled is free, and victims are suing.
- Calabrian mobsters have so much money, they can't launder all of it in Italy anymore and are looking elsewhere in Europe for relief.
- Britain gained an edge on Italy with Saturday wins in Naples.
- Is it simply a case of bad weather, or have decades of mismanagement left the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pompeii crumbling at the core?
- "How I Met Your Mother" fans can expect more drama from the CBS series in episode 19. Find out what will happen in "Vesuvius" before the episode airs on Monday, Mar. 3.
- Italian organized crime takes in $200 billion a year. Some of the money ends up in unexpected places, including on top of the pizza you order in Rome.
- Yasiel Puig reportedly was driving at 110 miles per hour in Florida.
- Trey Radel, a freshman Republican congressman from Florida, was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine in Washington, D.C.
Florida Woman Chased By Bear: Millie Thompson Saved By Neighbor In Naples After Black Bear Runs At HerAfter a neighbor saw Millie Thompson being chased by a black bear, they drove their car to the Florida woman and told her to get in.
School 'Fat Letter' Sent Home With 11-Year-Old Lily Grasso Because Of Mandatory BMI Testing In FloridaA letter sent home with an athletic 11-year-old in Naples, Fla., said her BMI indicated she was "at risk" of obesity. More than 20 states require schools to screen students for BMI every year.
- One of Southeast Asia's poorest nations is also home to some of the most beautiful and unspoiled beaches in the world.