Nearly 1 in 3 Pregnant Women With H1N1 Have Died in U.S.

As the nation prepares for the first wave of H1N1 flu vaccines to arrive early next week, there is a stark reminder about how important it is to protect those most at risk from this new strain.

CBS News Producer Is Accused Letterman Extortionist

A longtime CBS News producer has been indicted for allegedly attempting to extort $2 million from late night comedian David Letterman.

Hero Pilot Takes to NYC Skies After Hudson River Landing

Capt. Chesley B. 'Sully' Sullenberger took to the skies in New York City Thursday for the first time since January's heroic Hudson River emergency landing.

School to Designate Area for Bible Signs at Football Games

An area will be allocated for religious-based signs at a Georgia high school after a group of cheerleaders were told last week that they could no longer display banners that contain Bible verses at football games.

McChrystal No Longer the Man?

General has seemingly gone from counterinsurgency czar to just one of many people advising Obama on Afghan war

Fire Safety Awareness Hits Bossier City

Today, the Bossier City Fire Department kicked off its annual fire safety program in schools. The program includes a multimedia presentation, a puppet show, and even an appearance by Sparky the fire dog. Throughout October, city fire officials

Smart Says She Was Raped Repeatedly by 'Evil' Kidnapper

Elizabeth Smart testified Thursday that she was raped repeatedly by her alleged kidnapper Brian David Mitchell, whom she called "evil" in her first testimony since he is accused of holding her captive as one of his wives seven years ago.

Muslims Not 'Free of Being Mocked,' Danish Cartoonist Says

Muslims need to develop an appreciation of satire and understand that they are not "free of being mocked or being offended," says the Danish caricaturist whose cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad incited rage throughout the Muslim world four years

Bossier City Community College Holds Job Fair

Finding a job coming out of college can be a little daunting. So the Bossier City Community College decided to help out. The college held a job fair today, to give graduating seniors the opportunity to get in front of employers. The college

Empire State Goes Red for Communist China, Sparking Protest

Many are seeing red over the decision to turn New York City's highest beacon —and one of America's symbols for free enterprise — into a shining monument honoring communist China's revolution Wednesday night.