Temple Police find a suspicious package

At around 2 p.m. an administrative services employee was opening mail in the administration area of the central police building.

UPDATE: At least 11 wounded in Mother's Day shooting in New Orleans

More than a dozen people were injured Sunday when gunmen opened fire at a parade in New Orleans, police said. Remi Braden, a police spokeswoman, said that it appears 17 people were injured, including a young girl.

Female veterans in Congress decry military's handling of sexual assaults

The way the military has prosecuted sexual assaults within its ranks is deplorable, two congresswomen who have served in the armed forces said Sunday, calling for a new system for reporting those kinds of crimes.

Source: IRS officials knew of agents' tea party targeting in 2011

Officials at the Internal Revenue Service knew in June 2011 that their agents were targeting conservative groups for additional scrutiny on tax documents, an inspector general report to be released this week is expected to say, according to a c

Gosnell horror fuels fight for abortion laws

The depraved acts Dr. Kermit Gosnell is accused of committing have sparked a new turn in the nationwide battle over abortion laws.

Texas first responder to plead not guilty to pipe bomb charge

An emergency responder to last month's deadly Texas fertilizer plant explosion will plead not guilty to the charge of having possessed materials for a pipe bomb, his lawyer said Saturday.

Apparently This Matters: Holding a guitar makes you sexy

There's a great song by Todd Snider called "The Ballad of The Kingsmen." In it, he sings, "Marilyn Manson gets a lot of chicks. They're weird chicks. But they're chicks."

Citing Gosnell trial, senators propose abortion resolution

Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah introduced a resolution Monday, calling on the Senate to review "public policies" following the trial of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, who's charged with killing four babies.

Cleveland neighborhood asks, how did it happen here?

Outwardly, there is little about the two-story, clapboard house on Cleveland's Seymour Avenue that hints at the decade of horror that authorities say played out inside its walls.

My friends' weddings are putting me deep in debt

Wedding season is here. And for the estimated 69 million Americans who will be attending weddings this year, it means shelling out hundreds or even thousands of dollars.