During the ceremony on June 6 at Pointe du Hoc, Major Earl Tweed was approached by a man in a blue jacket who only spoke French, but wore an American flag tie.
At 0630, the sun was shining brightly, first time this week. Almost an omen, to say our men deserved a glorious day, to remember, reflect, and to celebrate themselves, and the lives lost.
Kids say the darnedest things, but this 2-year-old can recite some of America’s most famous Presidential quotes on queue.
Dallas-based AT&T is announcing a tentative agreement on wages, pensions and other benefits for more than 20,000 of its unionized workers.
The U.S. has defensive worries heading into next week’s World Cup qualifier at Honduras, the opener in the final round to get to next year’s tournament in Brazil.
Forty years ago today the United States Supreme Court ruled on arguably the higest-profile case ever to come out of Dallas County. Jane Roe, et al. v. Henry Wade, District Attorney of Dallas County – more commonly known as Roe v. Wade.
The National Mall swelled with people Monday, all there to watch the second inauguration of President Barack Obama. At the University of North Texas, an understandably smaller crowd gathered to watch the event happen live.
President Obama’s gun control proposals are triggering reaction from those on both sides of the debate.
Now that Plano native Lance Armstrong admitted to Oprah Winfrey he repeatedly lied about using performance-enhancing drugs, the world’s most famous cyclist may have just become the most infamous.
AMR, the parent company of American Airlines, asked a judge Friday for more time to file a plan to emerge from bankruptcy.
Flu cases are on the rise, and health officials are now wondering just how bad this outbreak is going to be. Now, you can find out on Google.
Adding to the intrigue of the announcement is whether the PGA of America will stick to its prototype of a former major champion who still plays on the PGA Tour, or whether it will look farther into its past to find its latest captain.