Climate Deal Brings Legal Objections

Critics say Obama's mission to save the earth from global warming could come at the expense of the Constitution

House OKs Debt Limit Hike

Bill would allow federal government to borrow nearly $300B to finance its operations for just six more weeks

Dems Court Key Health Care Holdout

Senate bill faces new hurdle as Ben Nelson of Neb. demands more restrictions on tax-funded abortions

Mass. Father: Boy Was Sent Home for Jesus Drawing

A Massachusetts father is standing by claims that his 8-year-old son was sent home from school after the boy drew a stick figure of Jesus on a crucifix.

Firefighters put out early morning fire

Shreveport firefighters battled a fire at 4:30 a.m.

Mystery as Lockerbie Bomber Is Reported Missing

Mystery surrounded the Lockerbie bomber Tuesday after he could not be reached at his home or hospital in Libya.

Senate Rejects Drug Imports

Amendment would have allowed access to medicines from developed countries where drug prices are limited

Sparks Fly Over Gitmo Plan

GOP criticizes move to send detainees to Illinois prison, but state Dems fire back that the jobs are needed | VIDEO

Wettest month on record for New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS - December has already become the wettest month on record for the New Orleans area. The National Weather Service says the rainfall is 11.3 inches above normal. 3,600 Entergy customers lost power Monday in the New Orleans area becaus

Bossier schools administering swine flu vaccines

Bossier City - Free swine flu vaccines will be administered to students in Bossier schools starting today through Friday. The Shreveport Times reports students who returned consent forms will either get the nasal spray or the injection.