Published July 03, 2013
An expert witness testified Wednesday that none of George Zimmerman's DNA was found under the fingernails of Trayvon Martin, despite defense attempts to portray Zimmerman as only firing his gun in self-defense.
Published July 02, 2013
A medical examiner testified that George Zimmerman's injuries were "insignificant" and could have been the result of a single blow as prosecutors continued to make their case that the neighborhood watch volunteer was not simply defending himself when he shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Published July 01, 2013
The Sanford police detective who questioned George Zimmerman the night he shot Trayvon Martin became the latest prosecution witness to appear to do more harm than good to the state's case, recalling a somber conversation that touched on Zimmerman's faith and the fear he said he felt when Martin told him "You're going to die tonight."
Published June 28, 2013
A resident of the Florida community where George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin last year told jurors Friday afternoon how he encountered a bloodied Zimmerman immediately after the confrontation and took pictures of the murder defendant's injuries.
Published June 27, 2013
Interest rates on student loans are set to double on Monday after lawmakers failed to find a bipartisan solution to keep the federally subsidized borrowing costs down.
Published June 25, 2013
Former Weather Underground cohort Kathy Boudin is not the only person teaching at Columbia University with links to the Weather Underground. The sister-in-law of William Ayers, co-founder of the group, holds a faculty position in Columbia University’s School of Nursing.
Published June 23, 2013
In the hallowed halls of Columbia University, a nest of convicted killers, armed robbers and terrorists – led by former Weather Underground operative Kathy Boudin – holds court on their unique brand of social justice for admiring students enrolled in the school's social work program according to a FoxNews.com investigation.
Published June 11, 2013
Little boys around the nation keep getting in trouble for guns – whether they’re made of plastic, formed by fingers or even fashioned from Pop-Tarts – but some experts say having “zero tolerance” for games children have played for centuries is turning the adults into bullies and backfiring on kids.
Published June 07, 2013
Automotive giant Chrysler is refusing a request by a federal transportation agency to recall nearly 3 million late-model Jeeps that officials say pose a potential fire hazard if rear-ended, drawing a backlash from public safety advocates.
Published May 25, 2013
Seven months after Hurricane Sandy ravaged the New Jersey Shore, destroying homes and dramatically upending lives, the tourist towns dotting the coast are ramping up repairs to accommodate summer visitors. But for many of the residents in surrounding areas, still embroiled in a morass of loss and red tape, it has been their neighbors and ordinary citizens who have stepped in to provide vital help and support.