Officials awaited daybreak to fully assess the scope of the destruction left in the wake of a deadly tornado in Granbury.
Authorities say an explosion at a fertilizer plant near Waco, Texas, has injured several people.
Authorities stormed an underground bunker Monday in southeastern Alabama, freeing a 5-year-old boy and leaving his captor dead after a week of fruitless
Three women AIDS activists saying they wanted to highlight the "naked truth" about potential spending cuts in HIV programs have been arrested after taking
Several businesses in the Central Texas town of Waco are dealing with a smelly problem that won't go away: decaying cricket carcasses.
A soldier from Missouri died in Texas after gunfire blamed on a buddy who allegedly wanted to help cure the victim's hiccups.
Without providing any details due to federal regulations, Fort Hood officials issued a brief statement Monday morning which announced that suspected Fort Hood
On Sept. 17, 1862, in the bloodiest single day of the Civil War, an estimated 22,700 men died or were wounded.
The inability to rapidly share information, poorly trained FBI threat analysts, and the failure to exhaust all intelligence-sharing options led to the November
President Barack Obama has paid tribute to Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others killed in the assault on the U.S. compound in Libya, calling them patriots
Students give mixed grades to the extra carrots and apples - and fewer fatty foods - mandated by new federal rules.
"You have now shown once again the pathway to the stars," Eugene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon said in a tribute to Neil Armstrong.
Tens of thousands of people streamed off university campuses in Texas and North Dakota on Friday after telephoned bomb threats prompted officials to warn
Bringing together just the right combination of songwriter and musician is a rarity. Gillian Welch has a gift for making music that seems to grasp this
Congress is moving to quash the threat of a government shutdown, but the prospect of a one-two punch of tax increases and slashing, automatic spending cuts
The U.S. federal budget deficit increased by $191 billion in August and has topped $1 trillion for the fourth straight year.