Helicopters Collide Over Texas Ranch, Killing 2 People
Authorities say two small helicopters collided over a ranch in South Texas and killed two men.
Feds: Retailer Broke Law by Selling Rifle in Texas Attack
The Department of Justice wants to add Texas-based Academy Sports and Outdoors as a responsible third party in an ongoing federal lawsuit .
Trump Credits ‘Tough Love’ for Cease-Fire Deal
President Donald Trump credits his threat of sanctions on Turkey as "tough love" that led the country to agree to a five-day cease-fire with Kurds in Syria.
Thornberry of Texas Is Latest House Republican to Retire
Texas congressman Mac Thornberry is the latest House Republican to announce he won't run for reelection.
Washington Plunges Into Impeachment Probe Into Trump
Washington plunged into an impeachment crisis Wednesday, as House Democrats opened an investigation into President Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine.
Trial of Cop Who Killed Black Man in Home to Stay in Dallas
The murder trial of a white Dallas police officer who fatally shot her unarmed black neighbor inside his apartment will be held in the city.
White House Says bin Laden Son Killed in US Operation
The White House announced Saturday that Hamza bin Laden was killed in a U.S. counterterrorism operation in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region.
Lying Prisoners: New Laws Crack Down on Jailhouse Informants
Although Texas and other states are now tracking the use of informants, county prosecutors are keeping the records and only Connecticut will be keeping a statewide system.
Alleged El Paso Gunman Indicted on Capital Murder Charge
The suspect in the mass shooting at a busy Walmart in El Paso was indicted Thursday for capital murder.
Police: Texas Gunman Was Violent at Psychiatric Facility
Police say the man who opened fire at random people in West Texas over Labor Day weekend previously displayed violent behavior at a psychiatric facility.