New Border Worry: Asylum Seekers

EXCLUSIVE: Mexican drug violence may upend efforts to curb illegal immigrants by giving them valid asylum claim

Army: Gay Ban Still in Place

Army secretary warns that soldiers can be discharged for admitting they're gay, saying his earlier suggestion that 'don't ask, don't tell' policy was suspended was error

Man wanted for burning 2-year-old

SHREVEPORT - An arrest warrant has been issued by police for a man who allegedly set a 2-year-old on fire. Officers say almost a week ago, Troy Moore burned the body of a little girl by dipping her in hot water, then beating her with a belt. Mo

Demand for Border Hearing

GOP lawmaker calls for border security hearing after murder of Ariz. rancher believed killed by illegal immigrant

2010 census returns show Shreveport/Bossier on-par

SHREVEPORT - Shreveport-Bossier City residents are on par with the rest of the nation in turning in the 2010 census. Reports show around 50% of the Ark=La-Tex metro has turned in the census. New Orleans reports an extremely low turnout at 24%.

Job Losses Remaining High?

Geithner says Obama administration 'very worried' about getting back the millions of jobs lost in recession

Homes, Biz Crippled in Historic Floods

Record rain in New England washes out roads, forcing hundreds out of their homes and threatening businesses• Click Here to Visit the Fox Weather Center

Millions of H1N1 Vaccine Doses May Have to Be Tossed

When the H1N1 vaccine first became available last fall, the doses were worth their weight in gold to many people desperate to get the shot, but now it’s being reported the government is about to throw away millions of those 'precious' vaccines.

Drilling, Baby, Not Enough?

Environmentalists and the GOP believe Obama's offshore drilling plan makes little headway to energy independence

'Gay is Good' Appointee Irks the Right

Social conservatives worry Obama's labor pick will strip religious rights from schools and businesses