Arizona Dust Storm Leads to Deadly Highway Crashes

Three people are dead after a sudden dust storm spawned a series of collisions involving as many as 20 vehicles on Interstate 10 south of Phoenix.

Funds cut for community programs

LOUISIANA - Thirty organizations across the state dedicated to teen pregnancy prevention and other community programs, will not see money from the state next year in an attempt to try and save the state money. The organizations were getting money

Report: Susan Powell Planned Divorce, Feared Kidnapping

A year before her disappearance, Susan Powell thought about divorcing her husband and even put together a plan in case he tried to kidnap her sons or strip her of her finances, friends told The Salt Lake Tribune.

White House Warns Defiant Iran

Obama Administration says international community is ready to take 'next steps' if Iran rejects U.N. nuclear deal

'Barry From D.C.' Is on the Line

Mystery caller to Gov. Tim Kaine's radio show has a lot to say about Virginia traffic — for a guy from Illinois

'Sweethearts' Line Up

Nebraska's Ben Nelson, who has drawn fire from critics over his 'Cornhusker Kickback,' says more colleagues are now seeking special treatment

Legget stepping down as environmental quality chief

LOUISIANA - The Head of the State Department of Environmental Quality Harold Legget is stepping down. Governor Jindal has appointed Peggy Hatch to replace Leggett. Hatch will receive the same salary and perks Legget had. Legget held the posi

Runaway Christian Convert Getting Christmas Cards

Try as they might, but the parents of an Ohio teen who says she ran away to Florida because she feared her father would kill her for converting from Islam to Christianity aren't keeping the girl from receiving her first Christmas cards.

Ahmadinejad: Secret Nuclear Document Is a U.S. Forgery

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denounced a secret nuclear document unearthed by The Times of London as an American government forgery Monday, as the top U.S.

Abortion Deal May Snarl Bill

Of the hundreds of deals cut to pass health legislation, the hardest to keep may be the Senate's abortion compromise