Two Off-Duty Officers Died In Las Vegas Shooting
One woman, the roommate of the shooter, Marilou Danley, is being sought by police as a person of interest in the case.
More Than Fifty Dead, More 200 Injured After Las Vegas Shooting
The shooting happened during a Jason Aldean concert.
Black Lives Matter Can’t Be Sued
A Baton Rouge police officer sued Black Lives Matter.
Child Heart Patients Treated For Rare Surgical Infection
Children who underwent cardiac surgery at Children's Hospital in New Orleans this summer have contracted a rare surgical-site infection.
Phones Set Up To Help Texas Families Find Kin In Louisiana
A phone bank has been set up for Texas families trying to find loved ones evacuated after Hurricane Harvey to state-run shelters in Alexandria and Shreveport.
Mnuchin: Congress Needs To Tie Harvey Aid To Debt Limit Bill
Congress needs to combine a $7.9 billion disaster relief package for Harvey with a contentious increase in the nation's borrowing limit.
TX Residents Rescued From Flood Waters By Dump Truck
Humanity is aided by heavy machinery in rescuing flooded communities in Texas.
Downtown Houston Largely Deserted
Emergency vehicles made up most of the traffic in downtown Houston on what would have normally been a busy start of the work week.
Trump Signs Bill Imposing New Sanctions On Russia
The President signed the bill this morning at the White House.
Steve Scalise Discharged From Hospital, Beginning Rehabilitation
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise — who was critically wounded in a shooting at a baseball practice last month — has been discharged from a Washington hospital.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer Resigns
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has resigned over hiring of new communications aide.
State Workers Who Smoke Won’t Be Charged More For Insurance
State Attorney General Jeff Landry warned the governor's administration about the insurance rule changes.