Clinton briefed on troop locations in case of trouble at diplomatic missions

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is coordinating with the U. S. Defense Department to monitor where forces are deployed in case they are needed to quickly come to the defense of U.S. diplomatic facilities around the world.

Votes to be retabulated in Florida congressional race

Republican Rep. Allen West's push to have votes recounted in his Florida congressional race against Democrat Patrick Murphy was granted late Friday when the St.

Egyptian intel chief working to forge cease-fire

Egypt's intelligence chief is spearheading talks with Hamas and Israel to forge a stop to the three days of warring that has engulfed Gaza and the Jewish state and head off an Israeli ground offensive into the besieged Palestinian territory

Oil platform explodes in Gulf of Mexico; 11 injured, 2 missing

An explosion tore through an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday, triggering a fire and injuring at least 11 people, authorities said.

9/11 fund handler decides victim compensation in Aurora movie shooting

No amount of money can make up for the loss of a loved one. But it does more for the survivors than just kind words, said the attorney handling compensation to victims after the Aurora, Colorado massacre.

Baylor alumni sharpshoot for scholarships

A handful of Baylor alumni came together Friday to raise money for financial aid. Kevin Ludlum went to Baylor and now works for the school. He also understands the obstacles current college students face.

Scott and White to only hire tobacco-free employees

Everyone knows smoking is bad for you but it is a personal choice. However, a new policy change at Scott and White Hospital means employees will have to choose between smoking or losing their job.

Execution date set for Brazos County murderer

A convicted Brazos County murderer who was sent to death row more than fifteen years ago finally has an execution date.

BCS Salvation Army kicks off red kettle campaign

Friday the Bryan-College Station Salvation Army kicked off their annual red kettle campaign as well as their angel tree at the Post Oak Mall.

Car crashes through Bryan living room

A frightening experience for a mother and her son after a car drove into her living room early this morning. The accident happened on the 1100 block of Jordan Loop in Bryan.