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  • Kris Jenner, Bruce Jenner announce: We've separated

    Kris Jenner, Bruce Jenner announce: We've separated
    Kris Jenner and husband Bruce Jenner have reportedly separated and have kept the news quiet for almost a year. The Kardashian momager, 57, and former Olympian, 63, issued a statement Tuesday to several publications announcing their decision to split...
  • Kris Jenner and Bruce talk separation, have no plans to divorce

    Kris Jenner and Bruce talk separation, have no plans to divorce
    Bruce Jenner and wife Kris Jenner, the Kardashian momager, have separated but don't plan to file for divorce. "I'm doing great," the former Olympian, 63, told People. "Kris is happy, I'm happy. Nobody is filing for divorce." The couple, who have...
  • Factbox: Professional athletes and high-profile crime

    Factbox: Professional athletes and high-profile crime
    Olympic and Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius is currently standing trial in South Africa after being accused of killing his girlfriend, 29-year-old model Reeva Steenkamp, on Valentine's Day in 2013. His lawyers have said the shooting was a tragic...
  • Amid split, Kris Jenner says she regrets Robert Kardashian divorce

    Amid split, Kris Jenner says she regrets Robert Kardashian divorce
    Kris Jenner says she regrets divorcing her first husband Robert Kardashian, the late O.J. Simpson defense lawyer and father to her children, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé and Rob Kardashian Jr. The reality TV mom's revelation comes just a few days after the...
  • Veterans, protesters, politicians claim closed monument in D.C.

    Veterans, protesters, politicians claim closed monument in D.C.
    The federal government shutdown has lasted nearly two weeks, but the Washington blame game is still open for business. Hundreds of demonstrators pushed past barricades at the sealed-off World War II Memorial Sunday as part of a "Million Vet March" to...
  • Andrea McNichol has made her mark as a handwriting expert

    Andrea McNichol has made her mark as a handwriting expert
    The gig: Los Angeles graphologist Andrea McNichol is no stranger to high-profile court cases. As an examiner of questioned documents, she has worked on the murder trials of O.J. Simpson and Ted Bundy and the legal challenge of Howard Hughes' will. Clients...
  • Bell won't be able to touch some of Rizzo's wealth

    Bell won't be able to touch some of Rizzo's wealth
    When Robert Rizzo pleaded no contest to corruption charges last month, many of the trappings of his former life as Bell's highly paid city manager were gone: the house near the ocean in Huntington Beach, the horse farm outside Seattle, the stable of...
  • Tempers flare as crowd at courthouse waits for Zimmerman verdict

    Tempers flare as crowd at courthouse waits for Zimmerman verdict
    SANFORD, Fla. -- The white-haired old man waded into the crowd that was shouting “Justice for Trayvon!” in the shade of the courthouse here Saturday, smiling as he murmured, “George Zimmerman is an innocent man.” Terrie Ann...
  • Zimmerman Free; We, Perhaps Not

    Zimmerman Free; We, Perhaps Not
    Among other things, the murder trial of George Zimmerman offered a glimpse of the world the National Rife Association envisions, a world in which, to paraphrase only slightly, "good guys with guns" are out there stopping bad guys, with or without guns. Do...
  • As NAACP opens in Orlando, timing of Zimmerman verdict seems fateful

    As NAACP opens in Orlando, timing of Zimmerman verdict seems fateful
    For members of the nation's oldest civil rights group, the timing of the verdict in George Zimmerman's murder trial seemed fateful: Just as the NAACP gathers for its first-ever national convention in Orlando, a white man was being acquitted of killing a...
  • Bradley Manning sentencing: Ex-general says leaks endangered troops

    Bradley Manning sentencing: Ex-general says leaks endangered troops
    FT. MEADE, Md. -- Retired Army Brig. Gen. Robert A. Carr, the government’s first witness in the sentencing phase of Pfc. Bradley Manning’s court-martial, testified Wednesday that Manning’s disclosures to WikiLeaks endangered U.S....