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Americans shouldn't judge presidents on what they say about their faith.
Waving American and Texan flags, residents of Navasota stood in the cold rain for hours to catch a glimpse of history.
In the order, a federal judge asks whether agencies sought to scuttle public scrutiny of Clinton, skirt public records law and ‘hoodwink’ court.
After years of failure under Allen's leadership, Washington needs a teamwide teardown.
The Americans were prepared to ratchet up the arms race if negotiations failed.
The yearly celebration returns with snow, sparkle and a chilly "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
After a state funeral in Washington, the former president was memorialized at a service Thursday morning in Houston and will be buried in Texas, his adopted home state.
The officer had confronted the man about suspected shoplifting of detergent, police said
Metro says two dozen companies have already expressed interest in its plan to privatize operation of phase 2 of the Silver Line.
Lincoln's funeral set the standard for the pomp of presidential funeral processionals.
Brigette Harrington has been waiting all week to flip the switch on “The People’s Tree.”
Remarkable video sees inside of the beastly tempest.
The funds are from the Horace G. Fralin Charitable Trust and from Heywood and Cynthia Fralin.