National

(Orlando, FL) -- This is shaping up to be the busiest Labor Day travel weekend in years. Heather Hunter at AAA says more people are traveling because of the improving economy, but also because of the calendar. Hunter says that when Labor Day weekend starts in August, families...
(Undated) -- ISIS militants might be eyeing the U.S.- Mexico border as a means to carry out terror attacks on America. That's the conclusion of a Texas law enforcement bulletin. The document says the warning is based on a review of recent social messaging by the terrorist group...
(New York, NY) -- The daughter of Joan Rivers says her mom's condition remains "serious." Melissa Rivers made a statement to E! network where both she and her mom have co-hosted many events. Rivers believes her mom would be "touched by the tributes and prayers" the family has...
(Undated) -- The family of an Arizona gun instructor who was killed in a bizarre accident is speaking out. The Vacca family told NBC's "Today" show Friday morning they know what happened was an accident. Charles Vacca was killed this week while he was showing a nine-year-old...
(Austin, TX) -- A federal judge is striking down a major part of a law that could restrict abortions in Texas. U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel said the provision requiring clinics that perform abortions meet the same standards as ambulatory medical centers was unconstitutional...
(Washington, DC) -- The Obama administration says there are currently no plans to raise U.S. security procedures further due to the threat of ISIS. Britain raised its terror alert level today to "severe" due to the threat of terrorism related to ISIS. White House spokesman Josh...
(New York, NY) -- Stocks are closing higher as markets post a fourth week of gains. The bullish sentiment is being fueled by stronger-than-expected economic reports and gains by Apple, Google and Tesla. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose nearly 19 points to finish the week at...
(Geneva) -- The United Nations is weighing in on the issue of police brutality against minorities in America. The UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination released a reported today that was prompted by the shooting of Michael Brown and the violent crackdown on...
(Arlington, VA) -- The cost of U.S. military action in Iraq is quickly rising. Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby says operations are costing roughly seven and a half million dollars each day. Kirby noted that operations didn't start out at that multi-million-dollar...