It must be somewhat difficult to grow up when the world considers you the quintessential teenager.
Of all the trials in human history, none has had greater consequences. In Jerusalem, in April of either the year 30 or 33, Jesus of Nazareth was arrested, hauled before a religious court, tried by a Roman governor, sentenced to death and crucified
A former animal research technician was sentenced Friday to 44 years in prison for killing a Yale University graduate student days before her wedding in 2009 after anguished relatives described how plans to celebrate her marriage suddenly turned to unimaginable grief as they returned home with her in a coffin.
On Feb. 15, 1965, a diffident but self-possessed high school student named Raymond Kurzweil appeared as a guest on a game show called I’ve Got a Secret.
It’s a familiar scenario: A major crime is committed. Police investigate possible leads while the media asks for information.
Suicide attackers breached security at the African Union base in Somalia’s capital by using vehicles with United Nations logos to carry out a deadly double car bombing, the organization told CNN. But what does this term mean “The ‘person of interest’ tells you nothing,” says Cynthia Hujar Orr, president of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Fans of Usher Raymond IV view him as a singing, dancing and acting superstar. But to a special group of young people, he is a mentor and a friend. “He leads by example,” said Arnold “Supa” LaFrance, a “Mogul in Training” at Usher’s Camp New Look