Anne Graham Lotz speaks to Waco

Set up began Thursday as people in Waco awaited the arrival of author and evangelist, Anne Graham Lotz. Close to 6,000 people came out this weekend to hear the message.

Schools Wrestle With Pledge Policy in Classroom

Teachers and administrators around the country are scratching their heads over the Pledge of Allegiance — asking whether educators should be forced to tell students that the patriotic tribute is only optional.

50 Million New Patients? More Primary Docs a Must

Among the many hurdles facing President Barack Obama's plan to revamp the nation's health care system is a shortage of primary care physicians.

Authorities Sift Through Incinerator in Search for Yale Coed

Investigators sifted through trash at a Hartford, Conn., incinerator Sunday, looking for any signs of missing Yale graduate student Annie Le, the New Haven Independent reported.

Will Lawmakers Listen?

Conservatives gather in capital in hopes of gaining momentum in impacting debate on everything from health care to taxes | GLOSSARY<

U.S. to Give Afghanistan Detainees New Rights

Rules being prepared by Obama will give prisoners held at Bagram Air Base the right to challenge detentions

U.S. Forces Raid Drug Compound With Ties to Taliban

FOX News has obtained exclusive new footage of a Drug Enforcement Adminstration Special Operations Raid on a drug compound in Afghanistan.

Multi-Million Dollar Andy Warhol Collection Stolen in L.A.

A multimillion dollar collection of Andy Warhol portraits of Muhammad Ali and other sports superstars was stolen from a Los Angeles home, police said Friday.