NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CBS/AP) A lawyer for the family of slain Yale University graduate student Annie Le says they are considering suing the school over its hiring of murder suspect Raymond Clark III.Continue »
Watson, 32, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in June 2009 and is serving an 18-month jail term in Queensland state in the death of 26-year-old Tina Watson, his wife of only 11 days.Continue »
NEW YORK (CBS) Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi's new boyfriend claims he's been receiving death threats since he started dating the "Jersey Shore" star, according to a celebrity gossip site.
Jeff Miranda, a 24-year-old Iraq war veteran who lives in Millstone, N.J., says he's getting bombarded online.Continue »
SALT LAKE CITY (CBS/AP) Polygamous leader Warren Jeffs has refused to sign a waiver that would have allowed his extradition to Texas, where he faces bigamy, aggravated sexual assault and assault charges over alleged incidents with underage girls at a church ranch.Continue »
Throughout the hearing defense attorneys struggled to make an impression on Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Linda Parker, who also ignored their motion to reduce the murder charge.Continue »
LOS ANGELES (CBS/KTLA) Rodney King, whose videotaped beating by police officers, and subsequent acquittal of the officers allegedly involved, led to the 1992 Los Angeles riots, is reportedly set to marry one of the jurors who awarded him $3.8 million in his 1994 civil suit against the city.
VIENNA (CBS/AP) Natascha Kampusch, an Austrian woman who was only 10-years-old when she was kidnapped, says she was repeatedly beaten, starved and forced to do housework half-naked during her 8 1/2 years at the mercy of a man who admired Hitler and considered himself an Egyptian god.
In a new book about her horrific ordeal, Kampusch describes how her abductor, Wolfgang Priklopil, shaved off all her hair and shackled her to him on his bed once she turned 14.Continue »
LOS ANGELES (AP) Protesters on Tuesday night pelted a police station with eggs, rocks and bottles despite Police Chief Charlie Beck's plea for calm earlier in the day and his promise to thoroughly investigate an officer's fatal shooting of a Guatemalan immigrant wielding a knife.Continue »
NEW YORK (CBS/AP) Steven Slater, the former JetBlue flight attendant who threw one of the most infamous hissy fits ever when he allegedly cursed out a passenger before sliding down the plane's emergency exit chute with a beer, is exploring a possible plea deal to avoid jail time for his antics.