Manny Pacquiao: 'I cried when I saw the devastation'

He is the Philippines most famous sportsman who was moved to tears by the devastation wreaked on his homeland by Super Typhoon Haiyan. The typhoon hit the country earlier this month and has so far claimed over 5,000 lives, with boxing star Manny P

Deeds released from hospital

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Obamacare signup delayed -- for 2015

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- After the many bumps, ruts and roadblocks the Affordable Care Act has run into, health officials in Washington have decided to delay open enrollment in Obamacare -- not this year, but a year down the road. The Department of Hea

Washington D.C. owns a strip club

Let the jokes begin: The District of Columbia is now the owner of a strip club. The Office of Tax Revenue for the District announced Thursday it seized the Stadium Club, the glitzy setting of the online TV show "Strip Club Queens," to satisfy debt

50 years on, nation pauses to remember John F. Kennedy's death

Bagpipers set the mood on a gray morning in Washington on Friday as President John F.

Open-carry activist in viral video avoids jail time

Army Master Sergeant CJ Grisham, the man at the center of a viral video involving open carry laws in Temple, will avoid jail time.

AMBER ALERT: 2-year-old Texas girl missing

The Homeland Security Investigations Unit in Eagle Pass is searching for a missing toddler.

Queen Theater becomes Texas historical landmark

Located on Main Street, the Queen Theater is now the crown jewel of Downtown Bryan but that wasn't always the case.

Renowned psychic, bestselling author Sylvia Browne dies at 77

Renowned psychic Sylvia Browne -- a leader in the paranormal world who appeared regularly on television and radio and also wrote dozens of top-selling books -- died Wednesday in a northern California hospital, according to her website.

Cornyn calls for passage of amendment to support victims of Fort Hood terrorist attack

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) called for passage of his amendment to honor the victims of Fort Hood and provide benefits to their families in a speech on the Senate floor.