Justice Department files charges against Lance Armstrong

The Justice Department late Tuesday formally filed its case against Lance Armstrong and his company Tailwind Sports for millions of dollars which the U.S. Postal Service had spent to sponsor the  cycling team.

Shreveport development nominated for award

Three downtown development projects have been nominated for the State of Louisiana’s Heritage Award.

Looking for a job

The Margaritaville Hotel and Casino is not the only local casino hiring. The Eldorado Hotel and Casino is hosting an upcoming job fair.

House rejects Texas Lottery Commission

In an outcome that left many House members stunned, a bill to continue the Texas Lottery Commission failed on Tuesday, potentially abolishing scratch-off tickets, charity bingo and other popular games of chance and blowing a new hole in the sta

Boston bombing suspect's condition upgraded to fair

The medical condition of hospitalized Boston Marathon attack suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has been upgraded to fair, the U.S. attorney's office in Massachusetts said via Twitter on Tuesday.

Millions eligible for Obamacare subsidies, but most don't know it

Nearly 26 million Americans could be eligible for health insurance subsidies next year, but most don't know it.

Who's to blame for the middle class struggle?

The middle class is feeling squeezed, and they have plenty of blame to throw around. Some are very quick to point the finger at the poor. In fact, they were more resentful of the poor than the rich, big business and government.

'Smart guns' could be next step in gun control

A proposal to expand background checks failed in Washington, but several entrepreneurs say they have a different answer to curbing gun violence.

Heat is on FBI over handling of bombing suspect

When Russia asked the FBI in 2011 to check out Tamerlan Tsarnaev because of his shift toward increasing Islamic extremism, the bureau interviewed him and his family as part of a review that found no ties to terrorism.

Oil, money and politics; EPA snags Keystone XL pipeline

The politics of oil and ecology have put President Obama between a rock and hard place, as he faces a decision on whether or not to permit construction of a new pipeline.