Man Arrested is 'Person of Interest' in Fla. Girl's Murder

A man arrested in Mississippi on child pornography charges has been named as a "person of interest" in the slaying of a 7-year-old Florida girl who disappeared on her way home from school last fall.

Taking Fight Into Pakistan?

U.S. military reportedly to set up training centers near Afghan-Pakistan border to work with Pakistani forces, gain closer access to insurgents

Saints flag will be raised in Indiana

NEW ORLEANS - A New Orleans Saints flag will soon fly in Colts territory. Governor Bobby Jindal sent the flag to Indiana's governor as part of a Super Bowl bet. Jindal says he is looking forward to the picture that shows the Saints flag in Indi

Iran Mobilizes to Stifle Opposition Protests

Iranian authorities deployed in force across Tehran Wednesday to conduct last-minute security sweeps and warn residents to refrain from joining antigovernment protests planned for Thursday.

Fans celebrate Saints with parade

NEW ORLEANS - A victory parade got underway yesterday in New Orleans. Thousands of fans lined up along the parade route, which started on Poydras in front of the Superdome. The parade then winded its way down to Convention Center Boulevard.

Obama: Wait Until Recess...

Obama blames GOP for holding up over 200 nominations pending in the Senate and threatens recess appointments

Abortion Clinic on Probation After Undercover Sting

A Planned Parenthood clinic in Alabama has been put on probation by the state after an undercover sting helped reveal that underage teens had been receiving abortions there without parental consent.

Atlanta's Yellow Line Has Some Asians Seeing Red

'Hotlanta' is living up to its name this winter as Asian-Americans and Atlanta's transit officials debate the decision to rename a train route into the heart of the city's Asian community. It used to be called 'Doraville.' Now it's the 'yellow line.'

2 charged in murder of Mansfield man

MANSFIELD - Two people are charged in connection with the shooting death of a Mansfield man.

Man Sues After Mall Arrests Him for Talking About God

The California Court of Appeal is preparing to weigh-in on the constitutionality of a California mall's restrictions on patrons abilities to talk to each other about controversial topics.