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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - June
For two days, the witness in the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius kept her composure. Then, just as her testimony was about to finish, she broke down in tears at what she said was the memory of the screams she heard on the night that the double-amputee athlete fatally shot his girlfriend in his South African home.
A juvenile court judge accused of misusing county credit cards and backdating court documents could go on trial as early as June, the judge overseeing her case said Tuesday.
"Bang ... bang, bang, bang."
For 150 years, the letters written by a Confederate soldier - Pvt. Joseph Payne - back home to his wife in the Whitmell community of Pittsylvania County were carefully stored by descendants who had long-since moved to Michigan.
The mother of Oscar Pistorius' slain girlfriend will attend the double-amputee Olympian's murder trial next month to get "closure," Reeva Steenkamp's family said on Tuesday as the anniversary of the shooting death that put a national hero in the dock approaches.
Former District of Columbia Councilmember Michael Brown, who has already pleaded guilty to accepting bribes, could face a longer prison sentence because of new campaign finance violations that accuse him of taking secret contributions during a 2008 run for office, federal prosecutors say.
Former District of Columbia Councilmember Michael Brown, who admitted last year to taking bribes from undercover federal agents, is facing new allegations of campaign-finance violations that could result in a longer prison sentence, federal prosecutors said Friday.
On one of the coldest days of winter, majestic felines saunter from their sheltered den boxes only occasionally, to stretch toward the sun, chew on a fresh calf leg or chuff and rub their faces against the bristled jaw of their benefactor, Joe Taft.
An out-of-court settlement following months of negotiations between Oscar Pistorius' lawyers and representatives of the parents of his slain girlfriend could work against the Olympic athlete at his March murder trial, a legal expert said Thursday.
The Air Force is canceling all nonessential travel, conferences and research, and is cutting in half its budget for base maintenance to deal with the threat of drastic, automatic spending cuts due to begin March 1, Air Force officials say.
A man accused of vandalizing a 1929 Pablo Picasso painting in an act caught on cellphone video surrendered Tuesday to federal marshals at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Fred Couples is sidelined by a back injury, leaving Mark Calcavecchia as the top returning finisher in the Champions Tour's AT&T Championship.
As Iran's president crafts his talking points for his annual trip to New York, one message is likely to remain near the top: Tehran has not closed the door on nuclear dialogue and is ready to resume negotiations with world powers.
America's newest veterans are filing for disability benefits at a historic rate, claiming to be the most medically and mentally troubled generation of former troops the nation has ever seen.
I can forgive," she told NBC's "Today" show. "One must forgive."
But, she said, Pistorius "never looked my way, or he didn't have an opportunity to do that."