Christopher Dorner remains a fugitive, a three-time murder suspect. But to some Christopher Dorner's manifesto raises real issues: He accused the L.A. police of racism and other abuses, and weighed in on his favorite movies and celebrities. Is that why actor Charlie Sheen reached out to Dorner?
Phil Knight, cofounder of Nike, changed his opinion after hearing the Paterno family's rebuttal to the claims that Coach Joe Paterno knowingly allowed Jerry Sandusky's sexual abuse of children to continue.
Mississippi tornado plowed through Hattiesburg, and the University of Southern Mississippi, causing widespread damage and more than a dozen injuries. A single tornado traced a path of destruction through at least two counties.
On Saturday night an argument amongst Mardi Gras revelers resulted in a shooting on New Orleans' famed Bourbon Street, wounding four people. New Orleans has struggled with a rise in violent crime and gun violence since Hurricane Katrina.
President Barack Obama is expected to readdress job creation and the economy in his State of the Union address Tuesday, speaking on how improvements to education, clean energy production, and reducing the deficit could lead to economic growth.
The first lady will join other dignitaries Saturday at the funeral of Hadiya Pendleton, a 15-year-old girl who was shot and killed in Chicago just days after performing at one of President Obama's inauguration events.
On Saturday, the manhunt for Christopher Dorner, took police in the snowy California mountains. Dorner is accused of shooting and killing three people, wounding two police officers, and is thought to be targeting up to 40 others.
Sam Mullet is an Amish leader who terrorized other Amish followers by cutting their beards and hair. The government said the attacks were retaliation against Amish who had defied or denounced Sam Mullet and his authority.
Senator John McCain (R) of Arizona has championed greater US involvement and chided the Obama administration at a hearing, pressing Panetta and Dempsey about whether they backed the recommendation by the State Department and CIA chiefs last year to arm the Syrian rebels.