Official: Navy did not know that 2004 Alexis arrest involved gun

The Navy was unaware until after the killings at the Washington Navy Yard that gunman Aaron Alexis had been arrested in 2004 for shooting out the tires on a vehicle and claiming he had blacked out in anger, a senior Navy official told reporters

'Made in America' revival gathers pace

The 'Made in America' revival is gaining momentum with a majority of manufacturing executives now ready to consider pulling some production back from China.

Ex-FBI veteran agrees to plea deal in al Qaeda leaks case

Former FBI agent Donald Sachtleben has agreed to a deal in which he'll plead guilty to leaking details of a 2012 disrupted al Qaeda bombing plot.

What do shutdown and debt limit have to do with Obamacare?

With a series of potential disasters hovering over the nation like a demon storm, the most prominent words of a Washington-based word cloud would be: government shutdown, continuing resolution, debt limit and Obamacare.

Alabama sororities extend bids to black students

Two African-American women who accepted offers last week to pledge Greek organizations at the University of Alabama were still receiving congratulations Monday, three days after the university announced that historically white sororities on cam

2 arrested for marijuana possession after routine traffic stop

Monday morning, a State Trooper assigned to Louisiana State Police Troop G stopped a car for a traffic violation on Interstate 20 eastbound west of Arcadia in Bienville Parish,

Arkansas colleges, universities see decrease in headcount, increase in FTE

The number of students enrolled in higher education in Arkansas is down slightly at 170,056, said officials with the Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE) Monday, but full-time equivalent enrollment (FTE) is up as compared to last fall

Shreveport man arrested for attempted armed robbery of elderly woman

Bossier City police caught and arrested a Shreveport man for attempted armed robbery, Monday, just moments after he tried to rob a 69-year-old woman while she sat in her car in a shopping center parking lot.

TEA reminder: Current version of GED test to expire at end of 2013

The Texas Education Agency today issued a reminder to those seeking a high school equivalency credential that the current version of the GED test will expire at the end of 2013 and be replaced with the new 2014 Series GED test.

Man electrocuted during possible robbery attempt

Sunday, a Bethany, Texas man brought 47 year old Kenneth Bolyer to the hospital. Bolyer has burns on his hand, chest, and neck.