Dead baby found at a Texas recycling plant

Authorities say a dead baby was found at a recycling center in San Antonio.

Gov. Perry sends Christmas message to Texans

Gov. Rick Perry, Tuesday, released the following statement regarding Christmas:

TX students denied Christmas card delivery to Veterans for writing 'Merry Christmas'

Parents and students from a Dallas area school are upset Christmas cards they made for local veterans were denied delivery by the VA due to the message printed on the cards.

Jello salad and lots of biscuits: reminiscences of a White House chef

John Moeller knows a lot of secrets from his time working at the White House. But unlike a former Oval Office aide or a chief of staff, he has the real dish and is leaving nothing off the table. Moeller is letting America in on the gravy -- and

Israel decries U.S. snooping; presses for spy's release

Israeli officials are protesting revelations of National Security Agency snooping on their leaders, while also taking the opportunity to press for the United States to release an Israeli spy. Jonathan Pollard, a former U.S.

Christmas Eve spacewalk for repair job begins

While many people may spend Christmas Eve doing last-minute shopping, two American astronauts have a more challenging matter to attend to Tuesday. In orbit more than 200 miles above Earth, flight engineers Rick Mastracchio and Mike Hopkins embarke

Family of Kyle Field worker files lawsuit

The family of the man who fell to his death while working on Texas A&M's Kyle Field earlier this month has filed a lawsuit against construction companies in charge of the expansion project.

Temple PD's Blue Santa delivers presents to 205 kids

Christmas came early to 205 children in the Temple area this week when the Temple Police Department conducted another Operation Blue Santa.

Obamacare deadline is tonight at midnight

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The deadline for signing up for Obamacare has been effectively extended by another day, the Obama administration said Monday.

Midway ISD to distribute iPads after winter break

Big changes are in store for Midway ISD students when they resume classes after the holiday break. Beginning in January, the district will start its "1:1 initiative", giving every student their own iPad.