A Bill of His Own?

In latest twist of the health care debate, the White House is now considering drafting its own health reform bill

Dems Eye Reform 'Trigger'

Lawmakers may offer 'trigger' in which government health care option would not be implemented unless insurance companies fail to meet certain benchmarks

New student housing development opens

The first and only student housing in downtown is officially open. Yesterday, city officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony to honor the event. Mayor Virginia DuPuy says the majority of the building will most likely be occupied by baylor studen

90 Die in NATO Strike on Hijacked Fuel Tankers

A NATO jet blasted two fuel tankers hijacked by the Taliban in northern Afghanistan, setting off a huge fireball Friday that killed up to 90 people, Afghan officials said.

American Terrorist Unveiled, As Charges Await Him in U.S.

Abu Mansour al-Amriki, born Omar Hammami in Alabama, is professing to launch attacks and calling on others to join the fight, as terror-related charges await him.

North Korea: In Final Stages of Enriching Uranium

North Korea boasted it is in the final stages of enriching uraninum on Friday, a process that could give the rogue nation a second way to make a nuclear bomb.

China TV: 476 People Stabbed With Hypodermic Needles

State television in western China reported that 476 people have sought treatment since Aug. 20 after being stabbed with hypodermic needles.

iSick: New iPhone App Tracks H1N1 Outbreaks

A new iPhone application called "Outbreaks Near Me" that allows users to track and report local outbreaks of infectious disease was released Tuesday.

Qaddafi Designs a 'Rocket' Car?

The 'Libyan Rocket' probably won't be coming to a dealer near you

China to Approve Single-Dose H1N1 Vaccines

The answer may be near to a crucial question about vaccine for the advancing H1N1 — one shot or two?