Al Qaeda Suspect Worked at U.S. Nuclear Plants

An American charged in Yemen with being a member of Al Qaeda had worked at nuclear power plants in the U.S., a spokesman for a group of plants in New Jersey said Thursday. But a state official said the man did not breach security there

ACORN Fraud Ignored?

Obama Justice Dept. closed investigation into Acorn last year, despite acknowledging 'questionable hiring and training practices' at community group, watchdog says

LSU Concession stand worker busted stealing

BATON ROUGE - A Baton Rouge teen is busted for allegedly charging fans too much for snacks at LSU sporting events. Authorites say 18-year-old Chadwick Banks,a concession stand worker, is accused of double swiping patron's credit cards at Alex Box

Massa Probe Kept Alive

House advances ethics probe into ex-Rep. Eric Massa to learn if Dem leaders, aides knew of alleged misconduct

Push to Cut Special Deals

White House moves to strip provisions from Senate health care bill as Dems unlikely to make deadline to pass it

Huntington student arrested for bb gun at school

SHREVEPORT - A junior at Shreveport's Huntington High School has been arrested for bringing an unloaded bb gun to school. She's been charged with carrying a dangerous weapon on school property. If convicted, she could serve up to five years in

Jailed Jordanian Cleric Is Al Qaeda Recruiters' Poster Boy

A jailed Jordanian cleric who is behind bars for promoting terrorist attacks appears to be the face of Al Qaeda’s newest recruitment campaign.

FBI Probes N.J. Man Linked to Al Qaeda, Yemen Attack

The FBI is investigating the case of an Al Qaeda member from New Jersey who's accused of trying to shoot his way out of a hospital in Yemen.

In Hard Economic Times, U.N. Hires More Staff

By the time it’s over, Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon should have easily improved on his longstanding record as the biggest-spending U.N. secretary-general in history, by a respectable margin

Report: Captured Taliban No. 2 'Singing Like a Male Canary'

The former operations chief and second in command of the Afghan Taliban has been "singing like a male canary" since his arrest last month in Karachi, Pakistan, counterintelligence officials said Wednesday.