The Oakland Police Officers Association says the city's cops have no faith in their year-old radio system. The radios' faults were clearly demonstrated during President Barack Obama's visit earlier this week.
Enormous medical bills for those without health insurance may be the next challenge for victims in the Colorado movie theater shooting. Three hospitals won't charge the victims, and there are fund-raising efforts underway.
A London paper quoted an unnamed adviser saying Romney believes the US relationship with Britain is special because of shared 'Anglo Saxon heritage' and that the White House doesn't appreciate that shared history.
Los Angeles earthquake: A magnitude 3.8 quake rattled nerves but caused no serious damage in L. A. Wednesday. But in Indonesia, a magnitude 6.4 earthquake damaged 20 buildings, and caused at least one death.
Monsignor William Lynn, who handled child sexual assault complaints in Philadelphia from 1992 to 2004, was convicted of child endangerment and sentenced to 3-to-6 years in prison. The judge said Lynn "enabled monsters in clerical garb ... to destroy the souls of children."