Norwegian Twin Attacks News
5 Things To Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Middleton In Labor, Admitted to Hospital Kate Middleton has been admitted to St. Mary's Hospital in London showing early signs of labor, according to the Palace. 2. Alleged Cleveland Murderer to be Formally Charged
CT Police: Reports Lanza Emulating Other Shooters 'Unsubstantiated'
The official spokesman for the Connecticut State Police, the lead agency investigating the mass shooting in Newtown that killed 26 students and teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary School, cast doubt today on reports that shooter Adam Lanza was trying to emulate Norwegian killer Anders Breivik or
The Global News Quiz…test your knowledge!
QUESTIONS 1) We’ve been paying lots of attention to the would-be hurricane named Isaac. What’s the name of next named storm? 2) The Special Operations’ “Seal Team Six is back in the news because of a book written by one of its veterans. Name the...
The Global Note: Iran's Underground Work…Isaac's Path…China's Olympic Fate…Looking For Richard III
ISAAC’S PATH -INCREASING SPEED…The National Hurricane Center and ABC’s Max GOLEMBO report that Isaac has notched top wind speeds of 45mph as it is moves northwest toward the Dominican Republic and Haiti, where it is expected to pass just to the south this morning. Tropical...
Mass Murderer Smirks at 21-Year Prison Sentence
Judge Rules Against Prosecutors Who Wanted Norway's Anders Breivik Declared Insane
James Holmes: Colorado Shooting Suspect Had Few Digital Fingerprints
The Alleged Shooter at the Colorado Movie Theater has Left No Digital Traces.
At Close of Trial, Killer Gets the Stage He Always Wanted
Anders Breivik Killed 77 in Bombing, Shooting Rampage; Says Compatriots Behind Recent Sweden Bomb Scare
Judge Plays Solitaire During Killer's Trial
Camera Catches Judge at Anders Breivik Trial Playing Computer Game During Testimony
Prosecutors: Killer Played World of Warcraft 7 Hours Per Day
Anders Breivik, the right-wing extremist who has confessed to killing 77 people during a murder spree in Norway last summer, played the violent computer game World of Warcraft nearly seven hours a day for several consecutive months before his attack, prosecutors say. Breivik, 33, already known to
Weekly Look Ahead: Jerry Sandusky, Elizabeth Smart, Same Sex Marriage
Wondering how this coming week will shape up? Here's a look ahead at some of the events on tap. Monday, June 4: Trial of Norwegian Mass Killer Anders Behring Breivik Resumes Breivik's trial is scheduled to continue. He has admitting killing 77 people in twin terror attacks in Norway last summer.