NFL: Message Being Lost In Political Firestorm Over AnthemThe NFL says the message players and teams are trying to express is being lost in a political firestorm.
If Citizenship Required A Test, Would You Pass?America mints new citizens every minute, just by being born. But more than 750,000 more earned that right last year, becoming naturalized citizens.
Wall Debate Continues To Build Along Texas-Mexico BorderThe Rio Grande Valley region of the Texas-Mexico border is one of the most illegally crossed sections in the United States.
Arlington Rep. Who Wants To Criminalize Abortion Receiving Death ThreatsDeath threats are pouring in for State Rep. Tony Tinderholt, R-Arlington after his filing of a bill to ban abortions in Texas.
Controversial Group Leader Denies Fringe TiesOn the outskirts of Arlington, along a quiet, tree-lined road, there is a way of living that most likely is different from yours.
Rangers Gear Frowned Upon At Arlington PollsTexas Rangers fans may want to opt out of wearing team gear when casting their ballots in Arlington.
HOA Tells Homeowners To Remove "Back The Blue" FlagsHomeowner Rodney Ivester isn’t backing down after his HOA told him to take down his “Back The Blue” flag.
Senators Push For Bill Of Rights Display At Oklahoma CapitolThe effort is part of a national push by the group My Bill of Rights to install such displays around the country. A display already has been constructed in Arizona, and another is planned for Texas.
Last United States 'Freedom Train' Makes Its Final TripThe last of the nation's "Freedom Train" rides paying tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. made its final trip in California on Monday after more than 30 years of operation.
Relay Marchers Set Out To "Reclaim" Memorial DayAt Arlington National Cemetery and across the U.S. on this Memorial Day, Americans paused to remember the high price of freedom. Some 30,000 people participated in a relay called "Carry the Load".
Interview with 9/11 Survivor Sujo JohnOn the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on America 12 years ago, Ben and Skin receive a first-hand account of that tragic day with 9/11 survivor Sujo John.
Plano Now Sells LiquorFriday was the first day package liquor stores could open in Plano after last month’s municipal election making them legal in the city.