Ft. Hood Massacre Witnesses Tell Tales of Horror, Heroism

Many who witnessed the worst mass shooting on an American military base, allegedly at the hands of an angry Army psychiatrist, tell tales of horror and heroism from that day.

Events Surrounding Fort Hoot Shooting Rampage Detailed

Pfc. Marquest Smith, on his way to Afghanistan in January, was completing routine paperwork about a bee-sting allergy when the sounds erupted.

Texas Town Mourns Tragedy at Fort Hood

Hundreds of mourners gathered at a candlelight vigil Friday night for the 13 victims of the Fort Hood massacre, allegedly at the hands of a troubled and angry Army psychiatrist dreading imminent deployment to the war zone.

War at Home: First Responders Describe Ft. Hood Carnage

For Military Police Sgt. Andrew Hagerman, it began with a call over the radio: 'Shots fired.' And then another: 'Officer down.' He put on his lights and sirens and raced to the scene.

Florida Shooting Suspect in Police Custody

Florida police have arrested a suspect believed to have opened fire Friday in the offices of an engineering firm where he was let go more than two years ago.

Vacant house catches fire

SHREVEPORT — Shreveport firefighters are investigating the cause of an early morning fire damaging a vacant house near downtown. The fire was reported just before 6:15 a.m.

U.N. Refugee Budget Explodes, Costing U.S. Millions

The United Nations' refugee agency is seeing a booming budget — mostly covered by the U.S. — as the number of refugees stays the same.

Northwest Jet That Missed Airport Out of Touch for 3 Hours

The Northwest Airlines plane that flew 150 miles past the Minneapolis airport was out of contact with air traffic control for about three hours, not an hour as originally reported, sources told Fox News.

Space Tourism a Reality by 2012

The latest trend in eco-tourism is completely out of this world ... and right around the corner

Patients Sue for Right to Buy Life-Saving Bone Marrow

Thousands of Americans are on waiting lists for bone marrow donations, and some are willing to pay for the life-saving substance. But under federal law, trying to pay for bone marrow is illegal, and punishable by up to five years in jail.