Keystone Pipeline Protesters Arrested In Texas

The fight to block construction of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline through east Texas stepped up Monday as protesters locked themselves to machinery.

Ft. Hood officials identify soldier killed in crash

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a soldier who died from injuries suffered when he was hit by an automobile Nov. 16. Bell County Justice of the Peace Garland Potvin pronounced him deceased at 11:40 p.m. the same day.

Deer attacks two men, then takes man's cigarettes

Joseph Rose and Cole Kellis were leaving their home in Whitehouse on Friday morning when they noticed a deer in their front yard.

Jerry Springer On Petraeus Scandal

(CNN) -- As the Petraeus saga drags on, everyone from Jon Stewart to Dr. Phil has offered their take.

Can You Believe This Traffic? Health Consequences Of A Long Commute

(CNN) -- Like many big cities in America, Atlanta is surrounded by a circular highway that connects with various freeway arteries that go through the downtown area.

Father, His 2 Adult Children Arrested In Texas Bank Robberies

 Fort Bend County, TX — The family that robs banks together, stays together.

Israeli envoy in Egypt

Another day of loud booms and deadly weaponry plummeting from the sky wracked Israel and Gaza on Sunday, with fresh casualties reported on both sides of a conflict that international leaders scrambled to end.

Legislators express optimism on fiscal cliff while sticking points remain

With the so-called fiscal cliff looming, legislators continued on Sunday to express optimism that a deal would be reached -- but members of the two parties remained entrenched on one of the major sticking points, tax revenue.

Gingrich: Romney 'gifts' comment 'nuts'

Newt Gingrich had harsh words Sunday for GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney's suggestion that he lost the election because President Barack Obama offered "gifts" to African-Americans, Hispanics, and young voters.

Clinton briefed on troop locations in case of trouble at diplomatic missions

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is coordinating with the U. S. Defense Department to monitor where forces are deployed in case they are needed to quickly come to the defense of U.S. diplomatic facilities around the world.