Official: Couple Hundred US Marines Enter SyriaA senior U.S. official says a couple hundred Marines have deployed into Syria with heavy artillery guns, as part of the ongoing preparation for the fight to oust the Islamic State group from its self-declared headquarters of Raqqa.
Turning Ecstasy Into Potential Treatment For PTSD?If researchers have their way, the illegal, highly addictive party drug known as Ecstasy could become a treatment option for PTSD, post traumatic stress disorder.
UN Committee Strongly Condemns Syrian Attacks In AleppoA U.N. committee has approved a resolution strongly condemning the recent escalation of attacks in Aleppo and continuing violence by the Syrian government against its own people.
DPD Rookie's Mother Describes Terrifying ChaosOne of the seven police officers who was injured in Thursday's downtown Dallas ambush was a 23-year-old rookie named Gretchen Rocha. She is physically okay, but the emotional trauma has proven difficult.
Ban On Carry-On Luggage Being 'Discussed'The U.S. Transportation Security Administration is considering an all out ban on traveler’s carry-on luggage.
Former West Paramedic Remains In Custody After Hearing DelayedThrough his attorney, Jonathan Sibley, the 31 year old pleaded not guilty to possessing a destructive device. Sibley disputes federal prosecutors' accusations Reed had chemicals, metals, and other equipment to make a pipe-bomb.
North Texans Finished Boston Marathon Minutes Before BlastsThe first Boston Marathon for North Texan Paul Hudson turned out to be a life-changing experience. Hudson crossed the finish line at 4 hours, 8 minutes and was less than 200 yards away from where the first bomb went off.
Three Killed In Boston Marathon ExplosionsTwo bombs exploded near the finish of the Boston Marathon on Monday, killing two people, injuring 23 others and sending authorities rushing to aid wounded spectators, race organizers and police said.