US Wins 4th World Cup Title, Beats Dutch 2-0The United States women's soccer team was as good as American players promised — maybe even better.
FC Dallas To Host North Texas' Biggest World Cup Watch PartyFC Dallas announced Thursday that they will host the biggest World Cup watch party in North Texas Sunday at the National Soccer Hall of Fame at Toyota Stadium.
Fort Worth Company Awarded $26M Government Contract To Supply Border Security TechnologyA North Texas defense electronics company will continue to protect America's border with funds from a $26 million contract from the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
Navy Veteran Travels Cross Country Sharing Fallen Service Member's StoriesNavy veteran Keith Sherman is driving across the country, stopping in the hometowns of fallen service members to interview their families.
Burleson Sailor Leads Information Warfare Training To Defend U.S.Petty Officer 1st Class Brenden Crutchfield plays an important part in America’s focus on rebuilding readiness and strengthening alliances in support of the National Defense Strategy.
Public Invited To Attend Burial For Unaccompanied VeteranThe public is invited to attend the Unaccompanied Veteran burial for Specialist Hugh Gary Bryan, a United States SP5 Army Veteran on February 27 at 11 a.m.
Former Trump Aide, SMU Alum Hope Hicks To Work At Fox CompanyPresident Trump's former communications chief Hope Hicks is taking on a similar role at the new Fox company.
NC Soldier Killed By Explosive Device In AfghanistanThe Pentagon has released the identity of a U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan.
Texas Gov. Abbott, Challenger Valdez Closer To DebateRepublican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Democratic challenger Lupe Valdez are closer to having at least one debate before the Nov. election.
Under New Law, Military Kids Get Sex Assault ProtectionsThe Defense Department must improve the way it responds to child-on-child sexual assault at military bases in the U.S. and abroad.
Clock Ticks Toward Reuniting Families Separated At BorderAuthorities have identified 2,551 children 5 and older who may be covered by the order to be reunited with their parents by Thursday.