Israel is taking aim at fighters in Lebanon amid its week-long conflict with militants in the Gaza Strip. Israel Defense Forces says six rockets were fired towards Israel from Lebanon, though none of them made it to Israel. In response, Israeli artillery fired at the sources of the rockets.       Texas is the latest state to end the supplemental federal unemployment funds. Governor Greg Abbott said in a statement the focus must be on helping unemployed Texans get a job. Data from the Texas Workforce Commission shows the number of job openings in Texas is almost identical to the number of Texans who are receiving unemployment benefits.       A bipartisan pair of U.S. Senators are sending a letter to the top four congressional leaders, calling for Congress to reauthorize the Voting Rights Act. Alaska's Lisa Murkowski and West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin said protecting American's right to free, accessible, and secure elections hasn't been a partisan issue for the last 56 years so it should not become one now.        A suspect is barricaded inside a Waldorf home after officers in Maryland served a search warrant there. Two Charles County Sheriff's deputies who were shot while delivering the warrant are being treated at the hospital. Waldorf is about 20 miles southeast of Washington, D.C.       A new bill would allow the U.S. Postal Service to ship licensed alcoholic beverages to anyone over the age of 21. Sponsors of the bill called the longstanding ban outdated and nonsensical. It would have to comply with local and state shipping regulations.       The Denver Broncos are hiring what's believed to be the highest-ranking female scouting executive in the NFL. Kelly Kleine was named Football Operations Executive Director today. GM George Paton says Kleine is a huge asset to the team because she understands all aspects of player evaluation.