| Feb 7, 2010
| 8:19 PM
UPDATE: Mayor Linda Thompson ends the snow emergency in Harrisburg, effecting 7 p.m. on Saturday.
PREVIOUS STORY: Mayor Linda Thompson has declared a snow emergency in the city.
The emergency declaration means residents have to remove their parked...
| Mar 11, 2010
| 9:37 AM
SANTIAGO, Chile -- A series of strong aftershocks from last month's devastating quake rocked Chile on Thursday as a new president was sworn into office and immediately urged coastal residents to move to higher ground in case of a tsunami.
| Nov 6, 2009
| 2:34 AM
Reporting from Ft. Hood, Texas, Washington and Los Angeles -- An Army psychiatrist who was about to be deployed to Iraq allegedly armed himself with two guns and opened fire Thursday afternoon on the grounds of Ft. Hood, the country's largest military...
| Nov 6, 2009
As authorities continue to search for clues on what prompted the shooting Thursday at Ft. Hood, the death toll rose today to 13.
Twenty-eight of the 31 people injured in the attack on the nation's largest military base remain hospitalized. The alleged...
| Apr 13, 2010
| 11:33 AM
WASHINGTON -- Citing a new nuclear reality, President Barack Obama urged world leaders Tuesday to reach beyond traditional means of avoiding nuclear conflict and agree on new measures to stop terrorists from getting their hands on atomic arms.
| Jun 4, 2009
Just as President Obama arrived in the Middle East on Wednesday to deliver his long-planned appeal for mutual understanding, the Arab world heard from a competing voice: Osama bin Laden, accusing the American president via audiotape of sowing hatred.
| Jul 8, 2009
Upon recommendation from the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Louisiana State Police, The St. Charles Parish Department of Emergency Preparedness has lifted all protective actions related to...
| Jul 19, 2009
| 11:38 AM
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- Talks to resolve Honduras' political crisis resumed Sunday with the two sides at odds over reinstating the ousted president and creating a reconciliation government.
The two camps seemed to be far from a compromise, with exiled...
| Nov 1, 2001
The day after Pakistan handed over Yemeni microbiologist Jamil Qasim Saeed Mohammed to U.S. agents, authorities stepped up their search for other scientists and students who may have maintained links to Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network, Pakistani...
| Nov 17, 1989
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- President Frederik W. de Klerk, taking his first important step toward dismantling apartheid, declared South Africa's remaining whites-only beaches open to blacks Thursday and promised to scrap a 36-year-old law that...