Get ready for 'Septaper'

Investors will have several pieces of economic data to chew on in the usually-quiet final week in August.

Jindal 'rejects' Obama impeachment calls from fellow Republicans

Republican lawmakers who suggest there are grounds to impeach President Barack Obama are focusing their energy in the wrong direction, Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana said on Sunday.

March on Washington: Throngs mark 'I Have a Dream' anniversary

Standing on the spot where 50 years earlier the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. made "I have a dream" the clarion call of the civil rights movement, a broader call for equality rang out Saturday.

GM to return to Super Bowl advertising in 2014

GM is revving up for the 2014 Super Bowl.

Autism organization geared toward educating community: the need keeps growing

Hundreds of people from across the region traveled here to Baton Rouge Saturday to learn about autism treatments, from the best of the best.

Fed warned of global risks to tapering

As the Federal Reserve prepares to gradually wind down its stimulus program, some fear that the policy reversal could cause emerging economies to fall like dominoes. But the question is: Should the Fed really care?

Front Yard Bikes teaching lessons much greater than bicycle maintenance

A large group of kids flocks to a rundown building in South Baton Rouge a couple days a week. They hang out with a teacher and repair old bicycles. But they learn about much more than just how to fix a bike.

TiVo romances TV viewers with Roamio DVR

O Roamio, Roamio, wherefore art thou Roamio? The answer, hopes TiVo, is next to your TV.

Arrest made in Spokane beating death of WWII vet

A juvenile has been arrested by Spokane police in connection with the beating death of an 88-year-old World War II veteran this week, police said Friday.

Attorney General doing well after car accident

Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is feeling fine and has been in constant contact with the Louisiana Department of Justice following a single car accident on Wednesday.