Border Agent Dies After Being Injured In The Line Of Duty In TexasThe 36-year-old agent was killed and his partner is hospitalized in serious condition.
Texas Church Holds First Service Since Mass ShootingAbout 500 people attended the service in a makeshift sanctuary on a baseball field a few blocks away from the church.
Local Church Weighing Security Options Amid Gun ViolenceA church is supposed to be a safe, sacred place for people to gather and pray. Yet on Sunday, another place of worship became the site of a deadly shooting.
Church Gunman Sent Hostile Text Messages Before AttackThe gunman who killed 26 people at a small-town Texas church had a history of domestic violence.
Shooter's Criminal History Not Reported To FBIA two-decade-old federal law is supposed to prevent people with a history of domestic violence from buying or owning a firearm.
26 Killed In Shooting At Texas Church, Sheriff ConfirmsThe shooter was killed after a brief chase, Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office spokesman Robert Murphy told CNN.
Astros' Shortstop Pops The Question During Post-Game InterviewWe all know the Houston Astros won the World Series on Wednesday night, but the real winner was Carlos Correa's girlfriend.
Family, Businesses Benefit From World Series RunThe Houston Astros' victorious World Series run has not only given an emotional boost to a city still recovering from Hurricane Harvey. It has provided an economic lift as well.
Texas Inmates Donate More Than $53,000 For Harvey ReliefOfficials say Texas prison inmates donated more than $53,000 from their commissary funds to the American Red Cross to be used for hurricane relief.
'We Got To Help Americans': Vets Help Hurricane VictimsA Colorado Veteran’s organization known for honoring the state’s fallen soldiers has changed its mission to hurricane relief.
Cruz Says Aide Inadvertently Caused His Porn Twitter PostSen. Ted Cruz says an aide was responsible for the "like" that caused a pornographic post to briefly appear on Cruz's Twitter feed overnight.
Hurricanes Drive Addiction Issues Into Public SquareIn the whirr of preparations for Hurricane Irma, a needle exchange program in Miami's Overtown neighborhood handed out extra syringes to heroin users.