2-year-old gets weight-loss surgery: How young is too young?

When you hear the story of a 2-year-old boy believed to be the youngest person in the world ever to have bariatric surgery, it's very easy to "point a judgmental finger," as one mom said to me.

Twitter: The angriest site on the Internet?

 In the seven years since its founding, Twitter has become a go-to place for news updates, witty one-liners, political one-upmanship and even absurdist storytelling. It's also become a go-to place for intolerant bile.

Police: 31 people confirmed dead in hostage standoff at Nairobi, Kenya, mall

 Police and gunmen faced off Saturday at an upscale shopping mall in the Kenyan capital in an hourslong standoff that left at least 31 people dead, authorities said.

Woman trades $2K bag for for a spot in i-Phone line

People lined up hours in advance to be among the first to get their hands on the new i-Phones that wen on sale Friday. There were several i-Phone fans waiting outside a store in Charleston, South Carolina.

Websites become tool for stopping veteran suicides

At 5:49 p.m. on a January day, Pvt. Jordan DuBois posted on his Facebook page: "I'm goin to kill myself this is my last post ... miss u all..."

Why suicide rate among veterans may be more than 22 a day

Every day, 22 veterans take their own lives. That's a suicide every 65 minutes. As shocking as the number is, it may actually be higher.

Habla español? Soon, Latinos will be less likely to say 'si'

It's no secret that more and more people are speaking español in the United States, but what you probably didn't know is that in the future more of those Spanish speakers will not be Hispanic.

Teen arrested after a gun is found in their backpack on a school bus

A Shreveport teen is behind bars after being found in possession of a gun on a school bus. It happened just after 3:30 p.m. Friday in the 3500 block of Hearne Avenue.

Digipitch offers entrepreneurs a chance to pitch to investors

Cohab and Digifest South teamed up to offer a revolutionary way for local entrepreneurs to kick-off a new business venture Friday, as they presented DigiPitch, part of DigiFest South 2013.

VA school makes student change 'Duck Dynasty' t-shirt for being 'threatening'

According to national media reports, a Virginia high school forced a student to remove his shirt with a quote printed on it from the hit TV show, "Duck Dynasty," because it was threatening.