A Navy drone makes history with a refueling maneuver.
It was 150 years ago Tuesday that President Abraham Lincoln was shot to death by John Wilkes Booth, and to mark the anniversary, The Associated Press dusted off its original report of the assassination.
A new Duke University study finds nearly one in 10 American adults has a history of impulsive anger and access to guns.
Texas A&M University has announced the Corps of Cadets will be led by a woman for the first time in the university's 139-year history.
The Kell House celebrated the history of Wichita Falls on Friday with it's annual Fourth of July celebration with its Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration and the Most Patriotic Parade.
Ever wonder what Texoma was like more than 280 million years ago?
Oklahoma student brings to life music notes hidden in a 500-year-old painting.
Nat Fleming is a true example of what sharing the spirit of Texoma is all about.
William Barret Travis' letter vowing "Victory or Death" and pleading for help for his besieged forces at the Alamo will return for the first time to where it was penned for a two-week public viewing.
Public high school students in the nation's capital may soon be able to graduate without taking a single U.S. government course.
When a report on American history classes at the state's two public flagship universities was released this month, it quickly became clear that its sponsors were pursuing more than an intellectual exercise.
Fans of some historic Texas and U.S. flags don't need to head to a museum to view the colorful banners.
Treasure trove of 1930s wooden toys discovered in storage at Georgia elementary school.
Letters from Japanese internment camps found in old Denver building.