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  • Protesters express disappointment

    Protesters express disappointment
    Maurice Simon stood in the middle of the crowd gathered at the Justice for Trayvon rally holding a sign and wearing a hoodie. Saturday's rally in downtown South Bend was one of about 100 held nationwide wide where residents expressed disappointment with...
  • Post-Zimmerman: Race goes personal again

    Post-Zimmerman: Race goes personal again
    I am proud to live in a country that has made as much racial progress as this one has in the past half-century. We still can do more. I was pleased when I became a father to be able to prune the list of certain taboo places —swimming pools,...
  • Bill Belichick Press Conference Transcript

    The complete transcript of the press conference held by Patriots head coach Bill Belichick on Wednesday. (Courtesy of the new England Patriots) BB: I’m going to address the situation involving Aaron Hernandez today. I felt that it was important...
  • No adult court for teens accused of having explosive at LaPorte Co. Fair

    No adult court for teens accused of having explosive at LaPorte Co. Fair
    LAPORTE – Two 16-year-old boys will not be charged as adults in connection with a sparkler bomb July 11 at the LaPorte County Fair. La Porte County Prosecutor Bob Szilagyi said the crime under state statute did not qualify for an automatic...
  • Laws to protect kids from guns weak

    Laws to protect kids from guns weak
    A 4-year-old found a gun at his Pine Hills home and accidentally shot himself in the face. A 16-year-old accidentally killed his 12-year-old brother in Lake Nona with a gun he found in his parents' bedroom drawer. A 12-year-old brought two guns, one...
  • The Newsroom Recap Episode 12: The Genoa Tip

     
    On this week's The Newsroom recap: Don (Thomas Sadoski), producer of Atlantis Cable News's 10 o'clock hour, is getting a bit manic. Last episode he dumped Maggie (Alison Pill), insane producer of News Night, because, in spite of their cohabitation, he...
  • From lynchings to 'Stand Your Ground' killing

    From lynchings to 'Stand Your Ground' killing
    I am a U.S. Naval Academy graduate, a retired Marine Corps major general and the progeny of veterans of World War I and World War II who proudly served our country, not only so that America might remain strong and free but so that our sons and daughters...
  • The Zimmerman case: A touch of sanity

    The Zimmerman case: A touch of sanity
    WASHINGTON — "No justice, no peace" chants the telegenic mob. In a civilized society, however, where the mob doesn't rule, justice is defined by the verdict that follows a fair trial. It's the best that humans can do. And in the case of George...
  • Kan. AG acknowledges 'Hard 50' may not fully work

    TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Evening Update: A Wichita defense attorney says he doesn't see the need for a special session of the Kansas Legislature to consider rewriting the state's "Hard 50" sentencing law.     Richard Ney was skeptical Thursday of Attorney...
  • Zimmerman juror from Chicago speaks out: He 'got away with murder'

    Zimmerman juror from Chicago speaks out: He 'got away with murder'
    A juror in the George Zimmerman trial who had recently moved to Florida from Chicago said today that Zimmerman "got away with murder" for killing Trayvon Martin and feels she owes an apology to Martin's parents. "You can't put the man in jail even though...
  • Holmes judge upholds law on 'indifference' murder

    DENVER (AP) — The judge in the Colorado theater shootings has upheld the constitutionality of one of the laws used to charge James Holmes with murder. The judge on Friday rejected a request by defense lawyers to overturn the law making it a...