A Frisco father who lost his son because of a designer drug is taking his fight against drugs all the way to Washington, D.C.
A freshman at Clark High School of Plano has been nominated to attend the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in February in Washington, DC.
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Many items that make up the searing images from the assassination of President John F. Kennedy are available for public viewing 50 years later, in cities all over the country.
Some local heroes are in for a special treat ahead of Veterans Day. The Texas Rangers and Southwest Airlines are taking 13 veterans to Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, as part of a program called ‘Faces of Freedom.’
Miss Piggy is finally joining her love, Kermit the Frog, in the Smithsonian Institution’s collection of Jim Henson’s Muppets, and Bert and Ernie will have a place in history, too.
The Washington Navy Yard gunman visited two hospitals in the weeks before the rampage but did not say he was depressed or having thoughts of harming himself or others, the Veterans Affairs Department said Wednesday.
Hundreds of American Airlines and US Airways employees rallied outside of Capitol Hill on Wednesday to build support for the airlines’ proposed $14 billion merger.
Investigators are looking into suspected shooter Aaron Alexis’ mental health. One month before the deadly rampage at the Washington Navy Yard, Alexis called police claiming he was hearing voices of people out to hurt him.
In recent years there have been mass shootings at schools, military bases, temples and movie theaters. The locations all bring to mind the question – where, if anywhere, are we safe?
A friend of accused Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis says she has replayed what happened in Washington D.C. over and over in her head dozens of times. Now she’s left asking, “Is it something I could have done?”
One day before Aaron Alexis walked into Washington’s naval yard where he gunned down 12 people, he rented a rifle and legally purchased a shotgun and 24 shells from a Virginia gun store.