It is the only unsolved hijacking in U.S. history — and claims from two women could possibly help solve it.
A churning, deadly storm system is poised to continue pounding the south-central U.S. for at least another day, before shifting its energy to the East Coast. Nearly 40 percent of the nation now lies in its path.
Something wicked this way comes. Deadly storms that hit Oklahoma and Arkansas Thursday night, killing six people, are on the move.
We all think our winter weather is crazy, but one Oklahoma town is truly confounded by Mother Nature’s frenzy.
While snow was falling across the northern U.S. Tuesday night, the south got a light show of its own.
We thought it was a given, if you lick a frozen pole, you are going to get stuck. It’s as if no-one’s even seen A Christmas Story.
John Mantooth is hoping to be elected judge in McClain County, Oklahoma. But first he has to deal with his biggest detractor — his own daughter.
It’s become something of a weekly tradition: The FDIC moves in late Friday night to shut down and break up failing banks. Last night, it was four new failures, pushing the 2010 list of failures to 90. (via Bloomberg Businessweek)
“I’m a strong supporter of the right to bear arms and have earned an A rating from the NRA, but this measure does nothing to strengthen Second Amendment protections.”
- BRAD HENRY, Oklahoma governor, on his decision to nix a …