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From Arias to Zimmerman: The Biggest Trials of 2013
From Jodi Arias to George Zimmerman, take a look back at the trials that grabbed headlines in 2013. Jodi Arias The murder trial of Jodi Arias was X-rated throughout as the prosecution and defense quoted extensively from emails and recorded phone calls between the Arias and her ex-boyfriend Travis
'House of Horrors' Abortion Doctor Defends His 'War Against Poverty'
Convicted Killer Kermit Gosnell Says a Life of Poverty a Lesser Sin Than Abortion
Think Abortion Laws Are a Trend? You're Right. Here's Why.
The expansive limitation on abortions recently passed in Texas garnered lots of media attention, but it's not an anomaly. In fact, it's part of a trend that has its roots in the 2010 election cycle. "That's when Tea Party candidates were elected to state houses across the country," said Elizabeth
Pelosi Slaps Down Reporters Asking Questions on Abortion
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi today bickered with a conservative reporter who asked her to explain the moral difference between live-birth murder and abortions executed during the final four months of pregnancy. Pelosi began her news conference today by criticizing a Republican-sponsored bill
Quotes of the Week: 'I Followed What I Thought Was the Law.'
From O.J. Simpson's first court appearance in four years to the Powerball frenzy, click through to see the stories that made headlines over the past week. 'I Followed What I Thought Was the Law.' More than four years after he choked back tears at his sentencing, O.J. Simpson addressed a Las Vegas
Dr . Kermit Gosnell Gets Third Life Sentence
Jurors discuss reaching a decision in the murder trial of the Philadelphia abortion doctor.
Convicted Abortion Doctor Kermit Gosnell Given Third Life Sentence
Dr. Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortion doctor convicted of first-degree murder in the deaths of three babies, was sentenced today to a third life term. Gosnell was handed two life sentences Tuesday after a deal was struck with prosecutors which spared him a potential death sentence. The
Philadelphia Abortion Doctor Avoids Death Penalty
Kermit Gosnell agrees to serve two life sentences and waive his right to an appeal.
The Floodgates Open (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES RETURN TO SENDER: Although the Internal Revenue Service has said its targeting of conservative groups was limited to its Cincinnati field office, the Washington Post reported overnight that some groups have received letters from IRS officials in ...
Philadelphia Abortion Doctor Found Guilty
Dr. Kermit Gosnell was found guilty of first degree murder in three infant deaths.