Visiting monuments this Memorial Day is a refreshing way of fostering a child’s education outside of the classroom, paying tribute to those who died in war and remembering America’s leaders.
Among other programs looking at across the board cuts, the federally-funded Meals on Wheels program could see a cut to services as the government sequester begins to take effect later this month.
A new State Department report is the latest evidence that the long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada should be approved, supporters say.
Automatic cuts in federal spending of $1.2 trillion over a ten year period is the overall view of what sequestration looks like. But those possible cuts are tied to hundreds of programs, agencies and entities that provide a variety of services.
President Barack Obama says he won’t go after Washington state and Colorado for legalizing marijuana.
Bob Schieffer was back home in Fort Worth to receive the Bobby Bragan Lifetime Achievement Award Wednesday night, but it was the 37 other people who were honored along with him who stole the show.
Voters in Colorado and Washington state approved amendments on Tuesday legalizing the production, sale and possession of recreational marijuana for adults. But will it stand?
Dallas was served neither delicacy in the 27-7 loss to the Seahawks, a game essentially decided when Seattle’s special teams scored 10 points in the first five minutes – more than the entire Cowboys squad would manage in 60 minutes.
A teacher in Washington was suspended again, months after a bullying incident was caught by a student’s cell phone camera.
President Obama has made too many changes to the White House and had too many parties to be allowed back for another 4 years.
A Mount Rainier ranger slid more than 3,000 feet to his death as he helped in efforts to rescue four injured climbers who fell on a glacier, a National Park Service spokesman said.
The Big East has filed a lawsuit against TCU for failing to pay the conference $5 million after the school reneged on an agreement to become a member and chose to join the Big 12 instead.
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