The high school students sang the Civil War-era song to honour the soldier's memory
Alva Braziel, 38, was reportedly shot after 'pointing a gun' at police officers - a claim which the victim's family denies
Six people are reported dead in the latest bout of flooding, and three more people are missing, including two children who were swept away by floodwater
'I am not sorry we were together, no, I am sorry the HIV came into the situation," says David Wilson in court
At least 74 people have been rescued from their homes and vehicles following 16 inches of rain in one day
The men got away with 50 guns in two minutes in a highly coordinated raid
One Houston resident said he was arrested for his $1,500 loan
The father held off hospital staff and police for three hours with his gun
Edgar Tamayo's death was delayed by three hours as the US Supreme Court heard last-minute appeals
Former First Lady being treated for a "respiratory-related issue"
A British-based former teacher embroiled in an international tug-of-love fight with her Russian ex-husband over custody of their two sons has won a “landmark” court ruling in Moscow, lawyers said today.
There's was much foreboding in the Washington air over the prospect of a federal government shutdown. But what happens now that the government has been forced to rein in all its non-essential spending?
A Russian court has been asked to intervene in an international tug-of-love over two boys whose father is keeping them in Russia in breach of an order made by an English judge following a marriage break-up, lawyers say.
After the capture of the notoriously brutal leader of the Zetas drug cartel, we look at the background to the slaughter that haunts the country where Miguel Angel Trevino Morales was a key player
The world number two is continuing to struggle
Two weeks after Democrat State Senator Wendy Davis's filibuster, her opponents have regrouped