Dad: Newtown shooter "can't get any more evil'
NEW YORK (AP) — In his most extensive comments about the 2012 Connecticut school massacre, the father of gunman Adam Lanza describes his struggle to comprehend what his son did — an act that ''couldn't get any more evil'' — and how he now wishes ...
“I know Adam would have killed me” father of Sandy Hook shooter says
Adam Lanza was 'evil' and would have killed me 'in a heartbeat,' says his dad
The father of the Sandy Hook killer searches for answers.
Times of India
Arrest made in Ohio bar shooting that killed 3
FREMONT, Ohio (AP) - An off-duty police officer celebrating his birthday and two other men were shot and killed at a northern Ohio nightclub over the weekend after an argument erupted when the shooter punched the officer's wife, relatives said.
Warrant issued in Ohio bar shooting that killed 3
Suspected Gunman in Deadly Ohio Bar Brawl that Killed 3 Arrested
Off-duty cop, 2 others shot to death at Fremont bar
New evidence could threaten Army sex assault case
RALEIGH, N.C. — A military judge was considering Monday whether a top lawyer at the Pentagon unlawfully interfered in the case against a brigadier general charged with sexual assault, threatening the high-profile court martial. The latest twist in the case ...
Judge in Sinclair case scolds military prosecutors; weighs new evidence
Army general sex assault trial: Judge weighs evidence of possible Pentagon ...
Judge weighs evidence of possible Pentagon meddling in Army sex case
Nature World News
6.9 Northern California quake is state's largest in nearly a decade
Los Angeles Times
Here are some facts about Sunday's 6.9 magnitude earthquake in Northern California: Q: How big was this earthquake? A: It was a major earthquake, larger in magnitude than the destructive 1994 Northridge quake, which was magnitude 6.7. In California the ...
Powerful quake shakes California; no injuries
Magnitude-6.9 earthquake hits off California coast
Earthquake Strikes Off Northern California Coast
Christian Science Monitor
Student free speech prevails, as Supreme Court refuses 'boobies' bracelet case
Christian Science Monitor
The US Supreme Court on Monday let stand an appeals court ruling that seventh- and eighth-grade students in a Pennsylvania school district have a free speech right to wear bracelets proclaiming “i ♥ boobies!” Skip to next paragraph. Related stories ...
Supreme Court declines 'I (heart) Boobies'
US top court declines to hear 'I (heart sign) boobies' case
Supreme Court Staying Out of Breast-Cancer Bracelet Dispute