Report: Black America Doing Much Better Than 40 Years AgoAfrican-Americans are doing about the same as they have in previous years as the nation rises out of the Great Recession, and much better than they did when the National Urban League issued its first "State of Black America" report 40 years ago.
Budweiser Becomes "America" On Cans & Bottles Of BeerThere's no trademark on America and one company is taking advantage of the fact. Budweiser will rename its beer "America" this summer and alter its labels with images and phrases affiliated with the republic.
Brussels Attacks Raise New Worries About Travel SecurityPeople returning to the Metroplex came home to a new travel warning from the State Department urging Americans traveling in Europe to stay vigilant and expect more attacks.
$10,000 Donated To Afghan Refugee Whose Home Was BurglarizedDonations are pouring in – more than $10,000 -- for a refugee family who fell victim to crime just weeks after moving to the United States.
Publisher Apologizes For Textbook Calling Slaves 'Workers'The publisher of a high school textbook that referred to slaves brought to America as "workers" is apologizing and says more diversity will be added to review boards.
Study: Twice As Much Trash Put In Landfills Than EstimatedAmericans may be sending more than twice as much trash to landfills as the federal government has estimated.
Marines Don't Want Armed Civilians Protecting Recruiting OfficesThe Marines are quietly shutting down a grassroots movement to guard military recruiting centers.
America's Most Patriotic Summer Vacation SpotsThe U.S.A. boasts all-American tourist spots from sea to shining sea.
Road Trip To America’s Most Haunted PlacesTake a different kind of road trip this year. Check out some of America's most haunted places according to Andrew Pyper, author of "The Damned."
North Texans Hope Cuban Relations Boost BusinessAs American tourists rejoice in easier rules for traveling to Cuba, some business owners are hoping to benefit as well.
Strangers Hold Memorial, Pay For Veteran's BurialComplete strangers gathered to say good-bye Wednesday at a touching memorial in Dallas for a veteran who left no known relatives.
Eight Soldier Portraits Added To Collin County Courthouse's TributeDuring a special session of the Collin County Commissioners Court Monday, donations of 8 new portraits of U.S. Servicemen who died in battle were accepted.