Cornyn, Toomey introduce bill to end ‘Too Big To Fail’

U.S. Sens. John Cornyn (R-TX) and Pat Toomey (R-PA) today introduced the Taxpayer Protection and Responsible Resolution Act (TPRRA) to end taxpayer-funded bailouts for large financial institutions.

LA governor, Phil Robertson respond to 'Duck Dynasty' suspension

"The Duck Commander." and patriarch of the Robertson family, Phil Robertson, as well as Louisiana governor, republican, Bobby Jindal, have released statements after it was announced, Wednesday, Robertson would be suspended indefi

Insurers cut doctors, hope costly patients follow, physicians say

When Jody Sabatino opened her mailbox last month, she got some jaw-dropping news: Her insurance company, UnitedHealthcare, was cutting the 79-year-old's most trusted doctor from its Medicare Advantage plan.

Death penalty in the United States gradually declining

A shortage of lethal injection chemicals has contributed to declining use of capital punishment in the United States with a new report on Thursday noting only 39 executions this year. It is only the second time in the past two decades the annual

6 to be arrested in probe of Florida inmates' escape

Two convicted murderers who allegedly used forged documents to escape from a Florida prison and four other people will be arrested in connection with an alleged scheme that helped the pair temporarily go free, a spokeswoman for the Florida Department

Family of Georgia student suspended for teacher hug files appeal

The family of a Georgia student suspended for the rest of the school year for hugging a teacher has filed an appeal with the school board, the teen's mother told CNN on Wednesday night. Sam McNair, a 17-year-old high school senior in Duluth, Georg

Deputy involved in shootout while investigating kidnapping

A deputy for the McLennan County Sheriff’s office was involved in a shootout Wednesday afternoon with a man Waco PD said kidnapped his own girlfriend.

Grand jury clears Ahmad Dixon of wrongdoing

Ahmad Dixon, a former Midway High School standout and current AP Second Team All-American safety at Baylor, has been cleared of any wrongdoing by a McLennan County grand jury.

College Station Fire Department getting new chief

Change is coming to the College Station Fire Department and it comes in the form of new leadership.

Man charged with possession of marijuana

A wanted, Bryan man turns himself into authorities after police find more than a pound and a half of pot at his house. We're told 27-year-old Adrian Castillo is facing possession of marijuana charges.