When Bill Ayers authored "Prairie Fire" in 1974, the self-proclaimed "revolutionary" and "anti-imperialist" book included a page with the words "To All Who Continue to Fight" and "To All Political Prisoners in the U.S." Sirhan Sirhan was among those listed.
The former governor accused of trying to sell Barack Obama's former Senate seat didn't take the stand. But he is still making the administration look bad.
Who is the man who refused to certify Gov. Rod Blagojevich's appointee to the U.S. Senate? Meet Jesse White.
Four pounds of cocaine. Fifty pounds of marijuana. Inside the San Diego State University drug raid.
From his jail in Wichita, Dennis Rader, the sadistic serial killer who called himself BTK--short for his method: bind, torture, kill--phoned a local television station and talked about his wife, Paula, and their grown children, Kerri and Brian. "Paula has opened up a little bit more," he told station KSNW. "She's writing a little bit more.
It started as a joyous Easter egg hunt on the Nebraska prairie. But when the winds shifted, it stunk so badly of hog manure the kids ran indoors. "Oh Grandma," one of the little girls cried to Kathleen Stephens, 68, "it's terrible!" The awful stench comes from some 20,000 pigs being raised a mile or so from the Stephens farm.
Big dudes on campus, Patrick Dennehy and Carlton Dotson didn't hang much with the other basketball players at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Usually, it was just the two of them. "They were always together," says LaDonna Nelson, a Baylor student and neighbor. "If one was going to eat, the other one was, too." On Memorial Day, they celebrated Dotson's birthday by staying home and grilling steaks.