On MLK day, Rand Paul laments 'uneasy coexistence of the two Americas'

 Sen. Rand Paul on Monday invoked the controversial deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown last year in a new opinion piece marking Martin Luther King, Jr.

No charges after Oklahoma police chief shot four times

  No charges have been filed against a man who shot the police chief of a small town in Oklahoma four times, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says.

Can America handle the truth on race?

 Truth and reconciliation. As we mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year, it's worth asking: Can America handle either one?

State of the Union spoilers: What you need to know about Obama's proposal for the middle class

The White House has made it clear recently: President Obama intends to use Tuesday's State of the Union address to make a statement about where Democrats stand on a key issue ahead of the 2016 election -- the middle class.

Grateful Dead reuniting for 50th-anniversary shows

The Grateful Dead is planning on making one final splash -- or should that be "Ripple"?

Teen shot after an alleged attempted armed robbery

Shreveport Police are searching for two people who are allegedly connected with an attempted armed robbery that left a juvenile shot in east Shreveport late last night.

'American Sniper' breaks January box office records

It was a great week for "American Sniper."

Missing Kentucky teens found in Panama City Beach, Florida

The search for two Kentucky teens on the run ended in Florida late Saturday night.

Charlie Hebdo editor says Mohammed cartoons 'defend the freedom of religion'

Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed "defend the freedom of religion," the magazine's top surviving editor, Gerard Biard, said in a television interview on Sunday.

As Keystone vote looms, it's crunch time for federal agencies to weigh in

With the Senate expected to vote soon on the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline, the State Department is now giving eight federal agencies two weeks to weigh in on it.