Obama plays golf with Clinton, McAuliffe

On a brisk Sunday in Washington, President Barack Obama took a short trip to Joint Base Andrews to play golf with big names in the Democratic Party -- former President Bill Clinton and Clinton's longtime aide and candidate for governor in V

Kuwaiti opposition says election boycott a success

Kuwaiti opposition groups Sunday declared their election boycott a success after a drop in voter turnout, highlighting a growing divide with the royal family.

NTSB: Railroad bridge that collapsed was inspected in November

A railroad swing bridge in New Jersey that collapsed near the Delaware River was inspected in November, the chairwoman of the National Transportation Safety Board said Sunday.

Male model convicted in grisly murder of Portuguese TV journalist

He was a 20-year-old male model. His lover was a 65-year-old man who was a television journalist. They were from Portugal, visiting New York City. The older partner broke off the relationship and ended up mutilated and dead.

Marijuana advocates hope to rise from 'prohibition'

Turn on a television show or open a magazine in the United States today and you're bound to see someone with a drink in hand -- something unthinkable nearly a century ago.

Rallies in Cairo as Morsy sets date for constitution referendum

Egyptians will vote in two weeks to approve, or reject, a new constitution -- a potentially pivotal moment for the North African nation that underwent a revolution a year ago and, more recently, has seen its president become the target of fierc

Investigators probe cause of New Jersey train derailment

Federal investigators on Saturday were trying to unravel the disastrous sequence of events that happened when a New Jersey bridge collapsed and a freight train derailed, partially spilling its toxic cargo and causing the evacuation of nearly 50

Minnesota tests lottery-ticket purchases at the pump

The next time Minnesota drivers looking to play the Powerball lottery pay at the pump, the pump might pay them back.

Hewitt PD, FD partner with Marine Corps in 'Toys for Tots' drive

The Hewitt Police and Fire Departments have partnered with the U.S. Marine Corps for the collection of toys during city functions through the month of December.

Accident on Highway 21 kills one

A fatal two car collision earlier today on Highway 21 shut down both lanes of traffic for nearly four hours. The accident happened just after 12:30 in a construction zone in Madison County.