Obama Goes Christmas Shopping

After millions flocked to superstores for mega-deals on Black Friday, President Barack Obama took part in the third annual Small Business Saturday by stopping at a bookstore near Washington.

Italy Train Deaths

Six people died after a train slammed into a vehicle early Saturday evening in southern Italy, the nation's official news agency reported, citing investigative and other sources.

US State Department Building Fire

A flash fire in the ductwork of the State Department injured four people Saturday, including three who were sent to a hospital, fire officials said.

Cyber Monday Deals

Post-Thanksgiving online discounts were once relegated to Cyber Monday -- but these days, websites are launching deals even before Black Friday. And the resulting shopping frenzy is expected to set records.

Early Beatles audition tape going on the auction block

They were four completely unknown men living in Liverpool in 1962. Ordinary 20-something-year-olds who had formed what seemed to be a very ordinary rock band.

Some Republicans move away from no-tax pledge

Nothing riles up the tea party chattering class like a broken pledge against raising taxes.

Fog suspected in 100-vehicle Texas wrecks that claim at least two lives

At least two people were killed and as many as 120 injured in Thanksgiving pileups involving an estimated 100 cars on a foggy stretch of highway in southeast Texas, authorities said.

Black Friday hits Shreveport

People love good deals, so much so, that they were willing to give up a warm bed Thanksgiving night, to hit all of their favorite stores.

Shrevepore police investigate early morning shooting

Two men are injured following an early morning shooting in Shreveport's Queensborough neighborhood.

2 injured in early morning shooting

Early Friday morning, around 2:18, Shreveport Police officers came to the intersection of Greenwood Road and Jewella Avenue where two Shreveport teens had been shot.