The hunt is on in Afghanistan for the killers of 10 foreign aid workers, including six Americans. The Taliban militants say they killed the workers because they were trying to spread Christianity, a claim the U.S. State department rejects. Said U.S. ambassador in Afghanistan Karl Eikenberry:
"The Taliban has called the group of medical aid workers spies and proselytizers. They were no such thing."
The Christian organization says its work in Afghanistan will go on.
Authorities in the United States are searching for two escaped convicts and a female accomplice in the area around Yellowstone National Park. The two killers broke out of prison in Kingman, Arizona, one is a suspect in the of killed a couple vacationing in New Mexico last week. U.S. Marshals say they are considered armed and dangerous:
A camera was rolling as a tornado tore through a farmhouse in Western Minnesota. Thankfully, the farm house was empty at the time. No injuries were reported from the storm.
Tiger Woods's game hit a new low. The four-time Masters winner finished 78 out of 80 golfers in the field at the Bridgestone Invitational in Akron Ohio. It was his worst score ever at a PGA event.
And from the woodshed to the concert hall, a humble carpenter's tool is making beautiful music. The annual Musical Saw Festival was held in New York this weekend. . From classical to Jazz and pop, musicians from all over the world showed off the instrument's unique sound.