WASHINGTON- Katherine Abraham, Member of the Council of Economic Advisors, issued a statement today on the employment situation in August.
FRANKFURT, GERMANY-Arid Uka, the Kosovo Albanian accused of killing two U.S. Airmen and wounding two others before his gun jammed, confessed in a German Court today. He told the court that "what I did was wrong, but I cannot undo what I did." He also told the court that he had become increasingly radicalized by […]
GENEVA-The United Nations voiced â€œextreme alarmâ€ today at reports of â€œatrocious human rights violationsâ€ in Libya, including mass summary executions apparently carried out by Colonel Muammar al-Qadhafiâ€™s forces in the last few days before they lost Tripoli, the capital.
LOS ANGELES-Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor today excluded more than a dozen of the "Inner Circle" witnesses that the defense lawyers of Dr Conrad Murray intended to call to the witness stand. Murray's lawyers had intended to use those witnesses to show that Jackson was a drug addict who self injected causing his own death. […]
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) today urged heightened preparedness and surveillance amid signs that a mutant strain of the deadly bird flu virus is spreading in Asia and beyond.
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.-Attorneys for Dr. Conrad Murray, who is scheduled to stand trial for involuntary manslaughter in the case of the death of Rock Superstar Michael Jackson, say they intend to rely on witnesses from Jackson's inner circle. They intend to use those witnesses to portray Jackson as a desperate drug addict who was always […]
26 August 2011 â€“A key witness today pleaded guilty to contempt of court for refusing to testify in the trial at a United Nations war crimes tribunal of former Kosovo prime minister Ramush Haradinaj on charges of crimes against humanity.
AUGUST 26-Increasingly, Americans across the country are beginning to feel that the governmentâ€™s anti-poverty programs hurt more than help and they are causing more poverty in the country. This according to Rasmussenâ€™s Reports, a major national poll taker, who released its latest poll numbers on government programs aiding poverty.
FLORIDA-Casey Anthony reported to her probation officer for the first time in connection to a January 2010 felony check fraud case. She was convicted of stealing a friend's checkbook and writing five checks for a total of $644.25. Gretl Plessinger, a spokesman for the Florida Department of Corrections says, "She told the probation officer that […]