I'm afraid of my paycheck: The most feared workplace phobias

If you're unsure of whether to laugh or kick the smart mouthed kid out of your office, you're not alone. But for Walker, a recent college graduate looking for work in public relations in Orlando, Fla., and the other 19 million Americans afflicted with specific phobias, fear of something seemingly trivial -- like paper -- is far from laughable.

Army sergeant's defense opens in Ga. court-martial

Defense attorneys for an Army sergeant facing capital murder charges are about to tell his side of the story in the 2008 slayings of a superior and a fellow U.S. soldier at a patrol base in Iraq.