Petraeus Predicts 'Slow'Progress in Afghanistan

Top U.S. general tells Congress that success of Afghan war strategy will be slower than 2007 Iraq surge | VIDEO

Body found floating in aparments pool

Bossier city police are investigating the death of a man found floating in the Alexis Park Apartments pool. The apartments maintenance worker found the man around noon on Tuesday. If you have any information, the Bossier City police can be cont

Airport Screening Secrets Posted Online

Who gets scrutinized in line? The answer to that question and others were mistakenly posted online in a TSA guide

Lt. Governor running for mayor of New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS - Louisiana Lieutenant Governor Mitch Landrieu has announced he will run for mayor of New Orleans. This comes after five months of saying he had no plans to run for the office. He made the announcement one day before qualifying open

Thousands Attend Service for Murdered Wash. Officers

Thousands participated Tuesday in a procession to the memorial for four murdered Washington state police officers, which officials estimated would be attended by about 20,000 mourners.

Independence Bowl showdown set

Texas A&M and the University of Georgia will play each other in the Independence Bowl in Shreveport. The Texas A&M aggies are 6-6 on the season and Georgia is 7-5. The two will play December 28th.

How to Shut Down the 'Net: A Guide for Repressive Regimes

Dictators aiming to squelch free speech in don't have to work too hard: It's all too easy to shut down the Internet and keep their people in the dark.

Mullen: 'We are Losing'

Nation's highest-ranking military officer says additional troops must enter Afghanistan 'almost in lightning bolt fashion,' as insurgency continues to grow

FEMA sales trailers for cheap

LOUISIANA - Old FEMA trailers went up on the auction block this weekend and hundreds showed up to buy a new home. The auction is part of a strategy to generate funds to pay for the Lamar Dixon Expo.

World Leaders Drive to Climate Summit in Gas-Guzzlers

World leaders and VIPs began pouring into Copenhagen Monday morning for the city's long-awaited climate summit, arriving in style in a fleet of gas-guzzling limos and luxury cars.