4 workers die, 1 hurt in Texas chemical plant leak

Four workers were killed Saturday after a chemical leak at a DuPont plant in La Porte, Texas, on the eastern outskirts of Houston, plant manager Randall Clements said.

Obamacare open enrollment begins

 Wow...it seems healthcare.gov actually works this time.

U.S. muscle, money, influence pivoting to Asia, Obama says at G20

  U.S. President Obama opened his appearance at the G20 summit of world leaders in Australia with a speech that had to make Beijing think.

Walmart workers plan Black Friday protests

 Shoppers lining up at Walmart for deals on Black Friday may have to contend with more than the throngs of other bargain hunters.

Krauthammer: Obama immigration action 'impeachable'

Conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer called President Barack Obama's planned executive action on immigration "impeachable."

U.S. Joint Chiefs chairman goes to Iraq to discuss ISIS fight

Days after refusing to rule out recommending U.S.

Texas economy ripe for skilled workers

Although it is tough to find a good job to support a family without a diploma, there are workers in Houston, Texas, making $60,000 to $70,000 a year without ever graduating high school.

Jane Lynch, Hilary Swank to co-host "Fox's Cause for Paws: An All Star Dog Spectacular"

Emmy Award winner Jane Lynch (GLEE) is set to co-host FOX’S CAUSE FOR PAWS: AN ALL-STAR DOG SPECTACULAR (previously titled THE GREAT AMERICAN DOG-A-THON), alongside executive producer and co-host Hilary Swank, on Thanksgiving night, Thurs

Texas teacher fired after Ferguson tweets

 A Texas teacher was fired Friday, one week after sending racially charged tweets about incidents in Ferguson, Missouri.

West Virginia U. suspends Greek activities following death of freshman

The death of a West Virginia University freshman who was found unconscious at a fraternity house has prompted officials to suspend all Greek activities on campus.