Nurse still has nursing license after pleading guilty for tampering with patients medications

A Washington state family says that their elderly mother wasn't given the proper medication before she passed away. The nurse caring for the woman just recently pleaded guilty to tampering with her medication.

Florida sues BP, Halliburton over 2010 oil spill

The state of Florida on Saturday filed a lawsuit against BP and Halliburton over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Tracking suspects down: Some landmark U.S. manhunts

Over the years, U.S. law enforcement and intelligence officers have tracked a host of elusive criminals, most of them within the United States. Here are some of the most prominent examples. Osama Bin Laden

Obama, Republicans stand with Boston

President Barack Obama united with Republicans on Saturday in condemning the violence that took place in Boston and praised the valor that ensued.

Statement from Texas plant owner regarding explosion

Donald Adair, lifelong resident of the community of West, Texas and owner of Adair Grain Inc., today issued the following statement:

How to help the community of West, Texas

For anyone asking questions about how to donate or help West, Texas after the fertilizer explosion.

Therapy dogs helping West community to heal

As the West community tries to cope with Wednesday's tragedy, a group of furry four-legged therapists are in town to make the healing process a little easier.

Cruz, Cornyn visit West wreckage

In a press conference Thursday afternoon, Texas Governor Rick Perry formally asked President Obama to recognize West as a disaster area.