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Jodi Arias Escapes Death Penalty After Mistrial

A judge in Phoenix read a note from jurors in the Jodi Arias trial saying they could not reach a unanimous verdict, NBC News reported. The judge declared a mistrial and set a new sentencing date for April 13th. The decision on Thursday removed the death penalty as an option and left Judge Sherry Stephen to decide the 34-year-old's fate. The first jury charged with sentencing her also could not reach a decision. Arias was convicted of first-degree murder in 2013 over the death of Travis Alexander, 30, who was found dead in his home in Mesa. Read »
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Supreme Court Schedules Gay Marriage Argument

Thursday, Mar 5, 2015 at 7:32 AM

Ferguson Protesters Square Off With Cops After DOJ Report

Thursday, Mar 5, 2015 at 6:52 AM

N. Korea Calls Knife Attack on U.S. Envoy "Punishment"

Thursday, Mar 5, 2015 at 7:41 AM

Boy Scouts Exempt From Utah Bill to Protect Gays

Wednesday, Mar 4, 2015 at 8:35 PM

"Jihadi John" Suspect Escaped U.K. in Truck: Sources

Wednesday, Mar 4, 2015 at 8:04 PM

WATCH: World's Oldest Woman Celebrates 117 Years

Japan's Misao Okawa, the oldest woman alive, celebrated Wednesday on the eve of her 117th birthday, reports CNBC's Tyler Mathisen. Read »
Wednesday, Mar 4, 2015 at 7:50 PM

Youth Joining ISIS to Rebel, Ex-Hostage Says

Muslim youth are joining ISIS as a way to rebel against their parents and because there's "nothing better" available to them, a French journalist and former ISIS hostage told NBC News. "You know, 20 to 40 years ago, when a youngster wanted to rebel against his parents, he would say, 'Oh, you're bothering me, and I'm going to Kathmandu and I'm going to smoke a joint,'" Nicolas Henin told NBC News. "Nowadays, if youngsters want to rebel against their parents, they will just go to Syria to fight." The influx of youth — Henin calls them "lost guys" — has swelled the ranks of the Islamist terrorist group to some 31,000 fighters, NBC News reported. Read »
Wednesday, Mar 4, 2015 at 7:24 PM

"Highly Toxic": Holder Slams Ferguson Police for Racism

Police in Ferguson, Missouri, disproportionately targeted blacks, creating a "highly toxic environment defined by mistrust and resentment" that primed the city to burst like a "powder keg" when unarmed black teen Michael Brown was killed last year by Officer Darren Wilson, Attorney General Eric Holder said Wednesday. In unveiling the findings of two Justice Department investigations on Wednesday, Holder agreed with a local grand jury's decision to not indict Wilson, stressing that "Michael Brown's death, though a tragedy, did not involve prosecutable conduct on the part of Officer Wilson." But Holder excoriated the Ferguson Police Department for what he called illegal practices, including constitutional violations, money-grubbing tactics, and excessive and dangerous use of force disproportionately targeted against African Americans. Ferguson PD fired one officer and suspended two others over racist emails uncovered in the investigation, Ferguson Mayor James Knowles said Wednesday. St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch TEXTlater said in a press conference that he didn't feel any need to be vindicated by the Justice Department's decision. McCulloch admitted, however, that "we've all got a long way to go to restore and to build that trust in the community." Read »

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