Will brothers face off in the Super Bowl?

The parking lots around the Georgia Dome are usually pretty empty on Sunday mornings in mid-January, but this is a different day.

'4-hour' work guru on China outsourcer: Bad karma

CNN readers had a mixture of admiration and disdain for "Bob," the anonymous U.S. programmer who outsourced his work to a Chinese firm for one-fifth of his paycheck.

Both parties look for action from Congress

Some might call them overly optimistic.

Four decades after Roe: A legacy of law and morality

Four decades since Roe v. Wade, and little, it seems, has changed.

Late night stabbing results in 3 arrests

Around 10:30 Thursday night, Shreveport Police were called to the 500 block of East Stoner St. where two women had been stabbed.

Bossier schools add new officers

Four additional resource officers will be added to various Bossier elementary school campuses. The Bossier Parish School board voted Thursday to approve a recommendation to add armed sheriff deputies to help secure schools.

TSA removing 'virtual strip search' body scanners

Airport body scanners that produce graphic images of travelers' bodies will be removed from checkpoints by June, the Transportation Security Administration says, ending what critics called "virtual strip searches."

DA's Office on ETX baby's death: Worst case of child abuse seen in 20 years

A Center woman sits behind bars facing the death penalty for allegedly killing her 5-month-old child earlier this week.

Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin indicted

Former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin was indicted for 21-charges on Friday, Jan. 18. The charges include bribery, conspiracy, money laundering and more.