- About WWAY
- Contact Us
After two years of inaction on the Keystone XL pipeline, it could be a Louisiana Senate run-off that forces Congress to vote on the measure. The so-called Bayou Brawl was on full display on Capitol Hill Wednesday as the two candidates ??? Democrat Mary Landrieu and Republican Bill Cassidy ??? raced to be the first to hold a vote on the Keystone XL pipeline as the two are engaged in a Senate run-off. Fresh off the campaign trail, Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., implored Senate Republicans Wednesday to allow a vote on the Keystone XL pipeline in the lame duck session, saying it would be a good moment for future Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to work in a bipartisan manner.
Harold Henthorn did not speak in court during the first session of the day but sat beside his attorney while wearing a khaki jumpsuit and his wedding ring.
Report: Major federal laboratory in New Mexico misused funds to influence contract extension
A 4.8-magnitude earthquake hit a part of Kansas this afternoon near the city of Conway Springs, according to the U.S. Geological Survey's National Earthquake Information Center.
Country star Jason Aldean puts out first statement about decision to pull album from Spotify
Man who lived in house where babies' bodies found says he was unaware of squalid conditions
The art of silhouette requires a portraitist's eye, artistic skills and scissors
Newly-elected lawmakers from the House and Senate arrived in Washington for orientation today ??? and based on an (admittedly informal) analysis of their agendas, ABC has determined the congress people- and senators- elect are likely reliving the first few days of undergrad.
This month's hottest celebrity pictures.
Doctor: 1 of 2 girls accused of stabbing classmate to please fictional character fit for trial
Meet the next generation of stars.
The Life and Times of Kate Middleton
After fiery campaigns, new Republican senators vow to work with party leaders, not throw bombs
Congressional conservatives push showdown over Obama's executive action plans on immigration
World Series of Poker final players matched professional wits, opposition research to win
Robert Plant says no truth in reports he turned down big bucks for a Led Zeppelin reunion
Family of man who died of Ebola in Dallas says charitable foundation part of larger settlement
Parents of surviving preemie twin wed in neonatal ICU at Fort Worth hospital
Catching up to a speeding comet is no easy feat, but the Rosetta spacecraft's Philae lander is closing in this morning on a historical landing.
Officials investigating why man ended up stuck inside the walls of a Marshall's.