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.
Authorities are doing everything they can to find out more about the gunman who shot and killed 12 people on Monday morning at the Washington Navy Yard.
From the patriotic heart of Washington, D.C. to the big city flash of New York, these spots are known for their impressive summer events.
There were strange lights above the skies of North Texas on Monday morning — again! The Solar Impulse lifted off from DFW Airport after arriving on May 23.
A bipartisan immigration bill soon to be introduced in the Senate could exclude hundreds of thousands of immigrants here illegally from ever becoming U.S. citizens, according to a Senate aide with knowledge of the proposals.
Some never-before-seen artifacts from the minutes following President John F. Kennedy’s assassination are going on display in Washington.
Dallas-based AT&T is announcing a tentative agreement on wages, pensions and other benefits for more than 20,000 of its unionized workers.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is reiterating in a visit to Washington that he won’t expand Medicaid services in his state.
Tonight, she’ll be in the House Chamber as the President delivers his State of the Union address before a Joint Session of Congress. “It’s very exciting” said Garibay.
Will the President’s second term bring cooperation or confrontation between Democrats and Republicans?