Economy Up at Quickest Pace in 6 Years

Economy grows 5.7 percent for second straight quarter, the fastest rate since the third quarter of 2003

O'Keefe hinted about Landrieu job beforehand

NEW ORLEANS - It appears one of the men accused of trying to tamper with Senator Mary Landrieu's office phones gave a warning about the plot. Sources say James O'Keefe told people last week he was about to work a project in New Orleans. O'Keefe

Va. School Pulls Anne Frank Diary After Parent Complaint

A parent complaint has prompted the Culpeper County school system to pull a version of Anne Frank's diary off library shelves.

Authorities identify man injured in Shreveport fire

SHREVEPORT - A late night fire left one Shreveport man in critical condition. Officials say the 65-year-old Guy Bond sustained burns to his upper body and was transported to the burn unit at LSU Hospital. The cause of the fire has not yet been

Atheist Group Blasts Postal Service for Mother Teresa Stamp

An atheist organization is blasting the U.S.

Bernanke: Too Big to Fail?

Senate test will determine if Fed chief has at least 60 votes to beat filibuster aimed at blocking his reappointment

U.S. Readies New Iran Sanctions

Proposals targeting Iran financial institutions and military are being prepared for debate at U.N., officials say

Four men caught tapping Senator Landrieu's office

NEW ORLEANS - Four men have been accused of attempting to tap the phones of U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu's office in New Orleans. The four identified by the U.S.

Obama Lost in Space?

President reportedly going to flatline NASA's budget, potentially ending human spaceflight — and losing jobs

Geithner Feels the Heat on AIG

Lawmakers vent public frustration against treasury chief over bank bailouts, Wall Street bonuses