AAA Expects 3.4M Texans to Travel for Thanksgiving
A travel group has projected about 3.4 million Texans will head out during next week's Thanksgiving holiday period.
White: Feds Attempt ‘Power Grab’ in Voucher Case
Louisiana's education chief says the Justice Department is attempting a "power grab" in a court case surrounding a state-funded private school tuition program.
Lawmakers Get Update on Propellant Removal
Lawmakers are getting an update on efforts to dispose of 18 million pounds of military propellant that authorities said had been improperly stored at Camp Minden.
Obama: Must Help People Enroll by Mail, in Person
President Barack Obama is urging his supporters to help Americans enroll for health insurance by mail, in person and over the phone.
Mississippi Basketball Coach Accused of Biting a Player
A girls' high school basketball coach in Mississippi has resigned after being accused of biting a player in the face.
Albuquerque Votes on Late-Term Abortion Ban
Voters in New Mexico's largest city will decide Tuesday whether to ban late-term abortions.
Judge To Decide if Zimmerman Is Released on Bail
George Zimmerman's arrest following a domestic dispute with his girlfriend is the latest in a series of recent brushes he's had with the law.
‘Anchorman’ Parody of TV News Lands at Newseum
While Dorothy's ruby slippers from "The Wizard of Oz" are prize artifacts at the Smithsonian, Ron Burgundy's burgundy "Anchorman" suit might turn out to be the most popular item at the Newseum in Washington.
Obama to Allow Sale of Canceled Plans
President Barack Obama says health insurance companies can continue to sell policies canceled under his health care law for at least one more year to existing customers.
Pipeline Explodes in North Texas; No Injuries
A Chevron gas pipeline has exploded in rural North Texas and the company asked local emergency personnel to evacuate a nearby town.