The television vans had lined up early Wednesday morning. Telephone cables had been laid.
A Kenyan judge Thursday sentenced one of the country’s most famous white aristocrats to eight months in prison for fatally shooting a suspected poacher on his family estate. The case of Thomas Cholmondeley, 40, has highlighted the country’s fractious relationship with its British colonial past. Cholmondeley is white and his victim was black.
Ali al-Marri, once the only designated "enemy combatant" on U.S. soil, has pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to provide material support to al Qaeda, the Justice Department said Thursday. Al-Marri made the surprise plea during a two-hour hearing in a federal courtroom in Peoria, Illinois
Gospel singer BeBe Winans, a celebrity judge on BET’s "Sunday Best" show, was charged this week with assaulting his ex-wife last month during an argument about their children.