Former President Bush Makes Ceremonial Coin Flip At Cowboys GameFormer President George W. Bush, along with former First Lady Laura Bush, did the coin toss before the New York Giants-Dallas Cowboys game in remembrance of the September 11th anniversary attack during which he served as President.
Clinton, Trump Confront Weaknesses In Security ForumThe Republican defended his preparedness to be commander in chief despite vague plans for tackling global challenges and the Democrat argued that her controversial email practices did not expose questionable judgment.
Uncle Says Accused Waxahachie Hospital Hostage-Taker Helped Hunt HusseinThe uncle of an Austin man, accused in a bizarre standoff at a Waxahachie Hospital, says Lorenzo Zarate, 32, is no ordinary man. He claims the Army veteran took part in the capture of Saddam Hussein.
Congress Returns From Vacation With Long To-Do List, But Little Chance Of ActionLawmakers will have a little more than four weeks beginning Tuesday before they are scheduled to leave town again before the election.
SMU Officer Mark McCullers Laid To Rest In DallasA week after his body was located, SMU police officer Mark McCullers was buried on Monday in Dallas. McCullers vanished in July when his car was swept away by a rain-swelled Turtle Creek.
Former U.S. Marine From Texas Gets 62 Years For Child PornA former U.S. Marine must serve 62 years in prison in a Texas child pornography case linked to about 16,000 images found on his electronic devices.
Obama To Talk IS Fight At Pentagon As US Expands Libya RolePresident Barack Obama is assessing what's working and what's not in the fight against the Islamic State group as the U.S. military ramps up its engagement in Libya.
Foundation Gives $3M To Tell Bob Hope's Story At WWII MuseumThe Bob and Dolores Hope Foundation is giving the National World War II Museum in New Orleans $3 million to include his story at the museum.
Obama Says There's More To Do In Helping VeteransPresident Obama said that the U.S. has made serious strides in improving services for military veterans, but work remains to overcome the shortcomings in the delivery of health care, housing and mental health services.
Police Shootings Touch Nerve Among Military VeteransBack-to-back attacks on police in Texas and Louisiana by former military men have struck a nerve among veterans who traditionally share a close bond with law enforcement.
Pentagon Investigating Military Discharge Of Dallas GunmanAs investigators work to learn more about the man suspected of killing police officers in Dallas, lawmakers are working to make sure there is tough punishment for anyone who threatens members of law enforcement.
VA Puts Latest Estimate Of Veteran Suicides At 20 Per DayThe Department of Veterans Affairs says that an average of 20 veterans a day committed suicide in 2014, a slight decrease from a previous government estimate for 2010.