Would-be jihadi fighters are increasingly booking tickets on cruise ships to join extremists in battle zones in Syria and Iraq.
In a blunt post-election warning, House Speaker John Boehner cautioned President Barack Obama on Thursday against taking sweeping action on immigration.
One side was euphoric, the other dismayed.
S. Donald Stookey is no household name, but his best-known invention truly is: CorningWare.
FBI Director James Comey says an agent impersonated an Associated Press reporter during a 2007 criminal investigation.
The future executive director of the Columbus Lowndes Parks and Recreation Authority spoke to the Columbus Kiwanis Club on Wednesday.
A former commercial and consumer banker with BancorpSouth has been chosen to lead the Columbus Lowndes Chamber of Commerce.
The four candidates vying for the District 17 Mississippi Senate seat during Tuesday's general election had a combined $33,001 in campaign contributions at their disposal.
East Mississippi Community College will sponsor an information session Saturday for people interested in applying for a job at the Yokohama Tire Manufacturing plant.
Starkville aldermen instituted a short-term ban Tuesday against allowing pets inside its three public cemeteries.
Trustmark Bank is expanding its Leigh Mall location. Bart Wise, the bank president, told The Dispatch this week the plan is to double the size of the facility.
Mississippi's corrections commissioner suddenly resigned Wednesday in the face of an apparent federal investigation.
A Mississippi man with a history of trying to enshrine Old South symbols in the state constitution is trying again.
One day after sweeping Republican election gains, President Barack Obama and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell pledged to try to turn divided government into a force for good.
To Arnold Abbott, feeding the homeless in a public park in South Florida was an act of charity.
Chinese officials and businesspeople used a state trip by President Xi Jinping and other high-level visits to smuggle ivory out of Tanzania.
A $2.2 million social media campaign will educate and support young breast cancer survivors in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, according to LSU Health New Orleans.
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