Sen. Cruz fights for religious freedom, domestic military bases, strong national missile defense

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) last week participated in the Senate Armed Services Committee’s consideration of the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). He introduced three amendments that were adopted by the committee.

Waco dispatchers, call-takers receive recognition

Dispatchers/Call-Takers that fielded the numerous calls and handled all the radio traffic the night of the West Explosion are receiving National recognition.

Citizens Police Academy taking applications

The Killeen Police Department will be hosting its 35th Citizen’s Police Academy with classes beginning on August 19th, 2013 and continuing through November 4th, 2013.

Representative Dan Flynn calls for additional tax relief

In a letter to Governor Rick Perry, State Representative Dan Flynn (R-Van) joined 29 of his fellow colleagues in a request to add significant franchise tax rate relief to the call of the first special session of the Texas Legislature.

After five infants die in recliner, maker settles with feds

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The deaths of five infants and dozens of injuries or falls have led federal regulators to stop the sales of a popular baby recliner.

Report: Kim Kardashian gives birth to baby girl

There's now one more Kardashian to keep up with.

Nelson Mandela's wife stirred by global support for ailing husband

The family of former South African leader Nelson Mandela is overwhelmed with support as the 94-year-old remains hospitalized in serious condition.

Prince Philip leaves hospital, will recuperate at Windsor Castle

LONDON (CNN) -- Prince Philip has left the hospital where he has been recuperating since abdominal surgery on June 7. The Duke of Edinbugh, 92, walked out unaided Monday. He was admitted to the hospital on June 6. Philip will convalesce at W

Facebook discloses information on user data requests

Facebook disclosed that it received between 9,000 and 10,000 requests for user data from U.S. government entities in the last half of 2012.

Judge: Accused Fort Hood shooter cannot argue he was defending Taliban

A military judge on Friday struck down Army Maj. Nidal Hasan's planned defense that he was acting to protect the Taliban in Afghanistan when he killed 13 people in November 2009 at Fort Hood, Texas.