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5 Stories You May Have Missed This Weekend
1. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Says Controversial 'Religious Freedom' Law Won't Change Indiana's controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act will not be changing, despite critics saying it allows business owners to discriminate against members of the LGBT community, state Gov. Mike Pence said today
Trooper Wounded in Eric Frein Ambush Wants to Return to PA Police
A Pennsylvania state trooper critically injured in a sniper attack six month ago by accused cop killer Eric Frein said today he feels he will "eventually be able to go back" to his old job. On Sept. 12, 2014, state trooper Alex Douglass was shot in the pelvis during Frein's ambush, which took place
Accused Cop Killer Eric Frein Pleads Not Guilty to All Charges
The man who evaded police for nearly two months after allegedly ambushing two police officers pleaded not guilty today, according to the Associated Press. Eric Frein is accused of shooting two Pennsylvania State Troopers, killing one and seriously wounding the other. After the alleged attack, Frein
Accused Pennsylvania Cop Killer Eric Frein Ordered to Stand Trial
Preliminary hearing judge orders the man accused of attacking a State Trooper's barracks to face trial.
Alleged Cop Killer Eric Frein's Dramatic New Appearance
Frein, 31, is accused of fatally shooting a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounding another.
Eric Frein Back In Pa. Courtroom
ABC's Crime and Terror Analyst Brad Garrett provides insight into what's next for the accused cop killer.
Eric Frein : See PA Cop Killer's Dramatic New Appearance
The man who allegedly killed a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounded another before hiding in the Pennsylvania wilderness for 48 days has been pictured for the first time since his capture two months ago. Eric Frein was seen walking into the Pike County Courthouse in Milford, Pennsylvania, today.
What Became of the Biggest Stories of 2014 After the Spotlight
We've revisited a few of the top stories of the last year -- from the worst-ever Ebola outbreak to the man who sparked protests across the U.S. that continue today. Kent Brantly The first Ebola patient to be treated in the U.S. has not stopped talking about the disease months after he survived the
Biggest Mysteries of 2014
Horrifying crimes and the bizarre behavior of a strange world leader captured the public's imagination and piqued curiosity. One story stood apart from all the rest, however, as neither science nor technology could help solve the world's biggest mystery: How could a jetliner full of people, in our