Yale Galanter, former attorney to O.J. Simpson, defended himself on Friday against allegations that he botched Simpson's 2008 kidnapping and robbery trial. Galanter denied he knew of Simpson's plans before the crime was committed.
Stephen Miller, the ousted acting commissioner of the IRS, appeared before the House Ways and Means committee Friday and apologized for the agency's inappropriate investigation of tea party and other conservative organizations.
Lotto winner in cookie jar: On Wednesday, the Illinois Lottery handed Ricardo Cerezo of Geneva a large commemorative check for $4.85 million — the result of matching all six numbers in the Feb. 2 Lotto drawing.
An Ohio man was identified and later convicted when his victim, who was paralyzed, communicated with authorities by blinking. The paralyzed man was shot in the head and neck and died two weeks after communicating with police.
Caroline Kennedy: Jury duty in New York City lies ahead for Caroline Kennedy. The only surviving child of President John F. Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy will serve on the jury in a case of an alleged crack cocaine dealer.
Bin Laden son-in-law warning: A N.Y. judge gave Osama bin Laden's son-in-law a warning that he may have chosen the wrong lawyer to represent him. The judge told Sulaiman Abu Ghaith that his Jewish lawyer may be facing jail time.
Fred White dies: After spending time as the voice of Kansas State University athletics, Fred White moved into the Royals radio broadcast booth in 1973. Fred White is also remembered for his TV work as a college basketball play-by-play announcer.