Political wives who chose to stand by their men despite publicized indiscretions
They’re dedicated and committed, sometimes to a fault. Ten tales of crime fighting and the K-9 officer.
A few days ago a self-proclaimed Indian holy man blamed a murdered rape victim for the crimes committed against her. Now the attorney representing three of her accused killers is doing it too. In fact he seems to blame pretty much everyone but the accused.
‘Tis the season of celebration, gift giving — and public relations mayhem.
Assange, founder of WikiLeaks.com, has proven to be at least as controversial as his site. While defending WikiLeaks from embarrassed governments, Assange has also had to defend himself against allegations of sex crimes in Sweden.
News snippets about incessant bell ringing, turkey rights, and atheists, agnostics and humanists complaining. Hello, the holidays are upon us!
On August 5, 1962, Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe, the original Candle in the Wind, died from an overdose of sleeping pills. Was it an accident, a suicide, or murder? The debate continues.
Shortly after midnight on June 5, 1968, U.S. presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was shot and killed by Sirhan Sirhan — a nobody. Was someone pulling the strings? Still one of the most controversial murders of our time.
On November 19, 2011, F.A.M.U. drum major Robert Champion walked onto Bus C and endured the ultimate beat down, after which he would have “crossed over,” and become a fully initiated member of the Marching 100. Things, however, did not go as planned, and Champion wound up dead.
An unidentified individual has reportedly printed up a bunch of Trayvon Martin gun range targets depicting a faceless person in a hoodie, carrying a pack of Skittles and an iced tea.