Debt ceiling poker: The worst bluffers and the biggest 'nits'

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- As someone who plays professionally, I know a poker game when I see one -- and the current debt ceiling and budget standoff is the biggest poker game going.

Before and after Roe v. Wade

(CNN) -- Tuesday marks the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. In a 7-2 ruling on January 22, 1973, the justices declared laws prohibiting abortion violated a woman's constitutional right to privacy.

Democrats gather to re-elect president's pick to run party

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Democratic National Committee is expected to make it official Tuesday, by formally re-electing Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida as DNC chair.

South TX city makes largest synthetic drug bust in its history

It's considered the largest drug seizure of synthetic narcotics in the city of San Juan, but thanks to the San Juan Police those narcotics are now off the street.

Hundreds walk in 17th annual Freedom March in honor of MLK

Hundreds gathered in Bryan earlier today for the 17th annual Freedom March to not only celebrate Dr. King's life and legacy but continue to share his message of equality.

College Station woman caught stealing from Bryan Walmart

A College Station woman is caught in the act stealing from a Bryan Walmart and police say she's no stranger to the crime.

WARNING VIOLENT: Gun misfires in failed assassination attempt

EDITOR'S NOTE: This video contains violence and may not be suitable for all audiences. On Saturday, a man has attacked the leader of Bulgaria's ethnic Turkish party at a national conference in Sofia.

Dozens of Baylor students participate in MLK Day of Service

While many chose to sleep-in for the MLK Jr. holiday, dozens of Baylor University students chose to live up to the Dr.'s dream, by serving others.

Waco man robbed at gunpoint

A Waco man was surprised Sunday night to find a gun pointed at his face when he answered the front door.

Crowd of 800,000 to welcome Obama to second half of his presidency

A day after formally beginning his second term, President Barack Obama on Monday takes part in the full trappings of his inauguration by reciting the oath of office in front of a crowd expected to number between 800,000 and 900,000 people.