Dancer returns to stage after losing leg in Boston bombings

Adrianne Haslet-Davis' life as a dancer was shattered last year at the Boston Marathon bombings. She and her husband Adam, who had just returned from a tour in Afghanistan with the Air Force, were steps away from the second blast.

U.S. Navy ship to arrive in Black Sea by Thursday

The Navy warship USS Donald Cook is scheduled to enter the Black Sea no later than Thursday as part of the latest U.S.

Many doubt 1964 Civil Rights Act could pass today

On the day the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was signed, U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy called Lyndon B. Johnson, urging the President to postpone his endorsement.

White House counsel set to leave in May

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Kathryn Ruemmler, the top White House lawyer who became a key adviser to President Barack Obama, will leave her post in May, a White House official said on Monday. Ruemmler will return to private practice after her time serving

Bryan authorities investigating bodies found after house fire

Officials are asking for the public's help in locating a vehicle connected to the address of a recent fire in Bryan.

Malaysia Flight 370: 'Our optimism is fading away, ever so slightly'

The optimism that bubbled up over the weekend when an Australian navy ship detected pulses that appeared to signal the nearby presence of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's so-called black boxes had subsided somewhat by Tuesday, as continuing listening e

Oscar Pistorius: 'That's the moment that everything changed'

PRETORIA, South Africa (CNN) -- Oscar Pistorius broke down on the witness stand Tuesday, sobbing as he recounted the moment he realized he had fatally shot his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.

Warning: Microsoft ends support of XP

Microsoft Corporation is no longer providing support for Windows XP, and Better Business Bureau is warning consumers and businesses that they need to take immediate steps to secure their computers and data.

Philly buildings become giant 'Tetris' game

The city lights of Philadelphia took on a whole new hue this weekend as two skyscrapers in the City of Brotherly Love became a 29-story video game. Celebrating 30 years of "Tetris,"the Drexel University gaming department wired up the north and sou

Midway ISD breaking ground on 2 major additions to MHS

Today, Midway ISD celebrates the beginning of construction on two major additions to the Midway High School. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held today at 11:30 a.m. at the Midway High School Arena Foyer.