Archive for November, 2011
A Florida judge ruled Wednesday that a missing woman's 3-year-old twins must be returned to their father, saying there is not enough evidence for state child welfare officials to keep them.
Lawyers for presidential assailant John Hinckley Jr. say he is not dangerous and should eventually be released from a government mental hospital. But prosecutors are fighting that, saying Hinckley has been deceptive about his activities while on visits to his mother in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Evangelist Billy Graham has been admitted to a hospital in Asheville, North Carolina, for "evaluation and treatment of his lungs," the hospital said Wednesday.
Mass strikes began across the United Kingdom on Wednesday, with up to 2 million workers walking out of jobs in schools, hospitals and police stations.
After nearly a year-long investigation, police say they think a single serial killer is responsible for 10 sets of human remains found along a remote stretch of Long Island, New York beach.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague, who warned of "serious consequences" after Iranian protesters stormed two British facilities in Tehran, is expected to brief parliament Wednesday on what they will be.
Herman Cain tried to turn the tables on his growing legion of critics and accusers today, blasting them for allegedly attempting "character assassination."
The first lawsuit in a child sex abuse scandal involving former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky is filed and alleges more than 100 incidents of abuse.
Police officers in riot gear entered the Occupy Los Angeles camp on the City Hall lawn, dismantled tents and other shelters and made about 200 arrests.
Gloria Borger says Republicans are looking for a very conservative candidate who can also beat President Obama -- and that's a tall order.