• Lone Survivor

    'Lone Survivor' Dominates At The Box Office

    The Navy Seal drama was a big winner in its debut weekend, earning $38.6 million.
  • Young Woman Pilot Makes Awe-Inspiring Emergency Landing in Conroe

    A 22-year-old pilot hit a power line, knocked over a street sign and had to dodge a car while landing her plane on a Huston suburb street on Tuesday night, and she is being appreciated for the same. Yes, that was a brave act, and she did what was best at that moment. Sarah Chantal Rovner, whose plane engine stalled while in the air, has less than 100 hours flying experience and got her flying license just three months ago. Considering her experience, what she has done is heroic.
  • AGR Tools, Inc. (AGRT.OB) Awarded $230,000 Contract

    AGR Inc., a global leader in the contract manufacturing & distribution of diamond tools and adhesives, announced today that subsidiary AGR Stone and Tools USA, Inc. (AGR USA) has won its first open bid contract since the acquisition of the company was completed at the end of May. Rock Rutherford, President and CEO of both AGR [...]
  • Banged up, Allen Stanford back in jail after brawl

    Allen Stanford, the alleged mastermind of a $7 billion fraud, is back in his jail cell after suffering a mild concussion, broken nose and two black eyes in a prison brawl last week, his lawyer said on Monday.
  • Banged up, Stanford back in jail after brawl

    Allen Stanford, the alleged mastermind of a $7 billion fraud, is back in his jail cell after suffering a mild concussion, broken nose and two black eyes in a prison brawl last week, his lawyer said on Monday.
  • Allen Stanford to undergo heart tests: lawyer

    Allen Stanford, the Texas financier accused of a $7 billion fraud, is still hospitalized and will undergo tests to determine if there is blockage of veins or arteries in his heart, his lawyer's office, said on Monday.
  • Allen Stanford hospitalized, CFO Davis pleads guilty

    A top aide to accused swindler Allen Stanford entered the first guilty plea on Thursday in a $7 billion fraud case as Stanford was hospitalized with an extremely high heart rate.
  • Allen Stanford to hospital; ex-Stanford CFO pleads guilty

    The former chief financial officer of Stanford International Bank pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from an alleged $7 billion fraud.
  • Allen Stanford pleads not guilty in fraud case

    After spending a week in jail, Texas financier Allen Stanford pleaded not guilty on Thursday to 21 criminal charges that he ran a $7 billion Ponzi scheme.
  • Allen Stanford in courtroom seeking bail

    After spending a week in jail, Texas financier Allen Stanford sat in a Houston courtroom on Thursday waiting to face a U.S. judge who will decide whether he must remain behind bars while he awaits trial for an alleged $7 billion swindle.
  • Allen Stanford to seek bail

    After spending a week in jail, Texas financier Allen Stanford on Thursday will face a U.S. judge who will decide whether the he must remain behind bars while he awaits trial for an alleged $7 billion swindle.
  • Allen Stanford to seek bail in Houston on Thursday

    After spending a week in jail, Texas financier Allen Stanford on Thursday will face a U.S. judge who will decide whether the he must remain behind bars while he awaits trial for an alleged $7 billion swindle.
  • Female ex-employees sue KBR, Hallburton: report

    KBR Inc. and its former corporate parent Halliburton Co. have been sued by four women claiming they suffered sexual harassment and, in two cases rape, by co-workers while working for KBR in Iraq, the Houston Chronicle reported on its website Friday.