Police and emergency services have rushed to the location in the west of the state
Pfizer announced in May it had put in place sweeping controls to make sure its distributors would not sell its drugs for use in executions
They knew they had a weather situation when the window panes began to shatter
Investigators say they found 'thousands' of thousands of photographs on his computers
Storms cause widespread flooding and damage across two states.
At least 24 inches of rain fell in the hardest hit places, causing chaos for rescue workers
Mr Trump was heading to a rally in Little Rock, Arkansas
There have been no reported injuries in the incident
When Chris Christie briefly considered a bid for the White House in 2011, many suggested the popular New Jersey Governor was too fat to be President. However, if he decides to run in 2016 his weight may be less of a burden; in an interview with the New York Post, Christie has revealed that he underwent secret gastric-band surgery earlier this year, and observers say it is already paying off.
The latest typically clear-sighted instalment of Maya Angelou's memoirs includes beatings, guns and a celebration of the maternal bond
Preliminary results of a post-mortem examination confirm that US country music star Mindy McCready's death was suicide, authorities in Arkansas said today.
Scorsese is set to make a film for HBO about the former US president. Here, John Walsh imagines Clinton on camera
This labour of vinyl devotion rescues for posterity the best productions of Lee Anthony's True Soul label from Little Rock, Arkansas, a DIY enterprise specialising in Seventies psychedelic funk.
Over the next few days, water spewing through a Mississippi River floodgate will crawl through the swamps of Louisiana's Cajun country, chasing people to higher ground while leaving much of the land under 10 to 20 feet of water.
Army engineers will open a key spillway along the bulging Mississippi River as early as today, deluging thousands of homes and farms in Louisiana's Cajun country in order to avert a potentially bigger disaster in Baton Rouge and New Orleans.
Gangs of chimpanzees kill individuals from neighbouring groups in order to expand their territory and seize new food resources, according to a new study of the animals' notoriously aggressive behaviour in the wild.