Alarm at GHW Bush home broken for 13 months: Report

The alarm at former President George HW Bush's home was broken for at least 13 months before the US Secret Service fixed it, according to a report released on Thursday by the Homeland Security Department's investigator.

Mexican girl returns home after mistakenly sent to US

 A 14-year-old Mexican girl grabbed by police at school and sent to the United States in a case of mistaken identity was reunited with her emotional parents Wednesday, a happy ending to a saga that captivated the country.

Texas vet fired, being probed for killing cat with bow and arrow

 A Texas veterinarian, who allegedly killed a cat with a bow and arrow and bragged about it on the social media has been fired from her job.

Fire engulfs Sikh temple in Houston

A major fire broke out in a Gurudwara here in the US state of Texas causing heavy damages to the building.

Hyundai helps US girl send amazing message to astronaut dad in space

Hyundai pulled off a unique stunt to drive that message home, by sending a message to space the old fashioned way -- like Nazca lines old fashioned.

5-year-old boy finds ancient dinosaur fossil in US

A five-year-old boy has discovered the fossil of what scientists believe could be a 100-million-year-old dinosaur behind a shopping center in Texas.

Marc Marquez grabs Austin pole in stunning style
Marc Marquez grabs Austin pole in stunning style

Reigning world champion Marc Marquez captured pole position for the MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas for the third straight year in dramatic style on Saturday.

Anirban Lahiri shoots fine 69 but still misses cut in Texas
Anirban Lahiri shoots fine 69 but still misses cut in Texas

Anirban Lahiri finally found some form on American soil as he carded his best round of the past few weeks here with a three-under 69, but it was still not enough to keep him around for the weekend for the Shell Houston Open.

Verne Troyer hospitalized after seizure

“Austin Powers” actor Verne Troyer was taken to hospital following a seizure in Texas.

US Senator Ted Cruz to announce presidential bid: Report

United States Senator and Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz is expected Monday to confirm plans to run for president in 2016, the Houston Chronicle reported Saturday. 

Texas man jailed for harassing emails to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer: Reports

A man previously convicted of harassing Yahoo Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer has been arrested by Austin police on suspicion of sending her sexually graphic emails, media reports said on Friday.

Massive winter storm sweeps US from Texas to northeast

Hundreds of thousands of American students and government workers stayed home Thursday as a major winter storm hit from Texas to the northeastern United States.

Storm drops over a foot of snow on eastern US

A winter storm reaching from Texas to New England closed schools, canceled nearly 3,000 flights and stranded hundreds of drivers overnight in Kentucky, where as much as 21.5 inches (55 cm) of snow fell.

World Golf Championships Match-Play event will move to Texas in 2016
World Golf Championships Match-Play event will move to Texas in 2016

The World Golf Championships Match Play tournament will move to Austin, Texas, in 2016 and be played two weeks before next year`s Masters, the International Federation of PGA Tours announced Tuesday.

'American Sniper' Kyle never saw it coming: Expert testifies

Former US Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, whose autobiography was turned into the blockbuster movie "American Sniper," was taken by surprise when was fatally shot two years ago at a Texas gun range, a forensics expert told a Texas jury on Tuesday.

Texas conjoined twins separated in 'first-of-its-kind' 26-hour surgery

Zee Media Bureau/Shruti Saxena

New Delhi: Conjoined twins Knatalye Hope and Adeline Faith Mata were successfully separated in a surgery that took a marathon more than 24 hours conducted at Texas children’s hospital in Houston.

US judge delays Obama immigration order

 A judge in Texas has blocked US President Barack Obama`s executive order providing millions of undocumented foreigners with protection from deportation.

''American Sniper'' murder trial to open in Texas

Lawyers for an Iraqi war veteran will argue at the start of his trial on Wednesday that he was insane when he fatally shot former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, whose best-selling autobiography was turned into the hit movie "American Sniper."

Texas allows Sikh policemen to sport beards, turbans

In one of the biggest goodwill gestures to one of the largest communities in the US -- the Sikhs -- the state of Texas has allowed on-duty Sikh officers to sport essential Sikh religious symbols like beards and turbans.

Texas allows Sikh police officer to wear articles of faith

An Indian-American Sikh is set to become the first police officer in the US state of Texas to serve while keeping his Sikh articles of faith, including a turban and beard.