Ford F-150 top selling vehicle of 2013

The Ford F-150 has been the best selling vehicle so far in 2013. According to a new Forbes list, Ford sold more than 623,000 F-Series pickups so far this year. That's up nearly 20 percent from a year ago.

Senator John Cornyn kicks off bid for re-election

Republican Senator, John Cornyn, has kicked off his bid for re-election. He was joined by Governor Rick Perry at a rally in Austin.

GRAPHIC WARNING: Ex-L.A. teacher sentenced to 25 years in lewdness case

A former Los Angeles school district teacher pleaded no contest Friday to 23 felony counts of lewd acts on 23 children and was immediately sentenced to 25 years in prison, the district attorney's office said.

Death penalty states scramble for lethal injection drugs

 A federal civil complaint in Texas claims the defendants may have falsified prescriptions, lied to pharmacies and perhaps even broken the law, but they're not drug runners.

Texas oil pipeline fire causes evacuation of town near Dallas

A Texas community near Dallas has temporarily become a ghost town, after a nearby pipeline fire, which has been burning for nearly two days, caused it to be evacuated.

A&M students helping Philippine typhoon victims

It was a storm that swept away entire communities. Thousands were tragically killed or injured and more than a half a million people displaced after Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines.

Bryan gas station robbed at gunpoint

On November 14, 2013 at 2:49pm Bryan Police Responded to the Kwik Stop located at 4401 Old College for a robbery that had just occurred.

Ring of House Republicans to call for impeachment of Holder

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A group of 11 House Republicans will introduce a resolution Thursday calling for the impeachment of Eric Holder, saying the Attorney General has lost credibility and trust over a string of issues in recent years. The articles o

Obamacare: Now what?

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- After President Barack Obama's mea culpa over the disastrous Obamacare rollout, the fallout is still reverberating within his administration, on Capitol Hill, in insurance company boardrooms and in living rooms across America.

Source: CIA using Patriot Act to collect money transfer data

The CIA is collecting bulk records on international money transfers, using the same Patriot Act legal authority that has become the center of controversy in U.S.