At a ceremony in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Tuesday, NATO officially handed over security of Afghanistan to the country's forces. It marked the first time the
The furor over recently exposed government surveillance programs has posed an abundance of political challenges for both President Obama and Congress.
The U.S. spends more than $7 billion a year preparing classroom teachers, but teachers are not coming out of the nation's colleges of education ready,
Mary Louise Kelly used to cover the national security beat for NPR, but lately she's turned her attention to teaching and writing fiction. Her new novel,
Social media reports Tuesday evening indicated isolated power outages in rural North Texas.
Though it fell through, the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Clippers had been discussing a somewhat unusual trade. The guys discuss this, Tim Tebow's NFL future, the NBA Finals, and the Texas Rangers.
The water rights of Native American nations in Oklahoma are based on decades-old agreements that haven't been quantified. How Oklahoma interprets those rights could affect water available to Texas and other states in the Red River Compact.
The verdict is out on whether graffiti is art, or vandalism, but enthusiasts in Paris, France recently celebrated the intensely hued street art at the first annual TAG Graffiti Exhibit.
Texas politicians and institutions are getting much better marks from the state’s voters than the president and Congress, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.
Interested in a used police cruiser? Greenville's auction at auctioneerexpress.com will begin soon.
The city is planning to build 15 miles of new sidewalks - mainly to help children get to and from school safely.
A forensics lab in Mesquite identified the decomposed body found Thursday under a bridge on FM 2122 near Roxton as a Paris man, according to Lamar County Sheriff Scott Cass.