James Holmes was an academic achiever, but there were hints of a troubled young man. John Jacobson, Holmes' supervisor at Salk Institute described him as "oddly stubborn.' A Colorado gun club rejected him after hearing his 'guttural rambling' on a voice message.
With the help of a robot, Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes’ booby-trapped apartment has been largely disarmed. Authorities say he planned to kill whoever entered – most likely a first responder. Also Saturday, those killed in the theater attack began to be publicly identified.
Air Force sex scandal: Staff Sgt. Luis Walker is charged with 28 counts including rape and aggravated sexual assault involving at least 10 women at Lackland Air Force base. Six Air Force instructors in the sex scandal face charges ranging from rape to adultery.
Colorado police have revised the death toll to 12 in the Aurora movie theater shooting at a midnight showing of 'The Dark Knight Rises.' The suspected gunman is in custody, but police are searching for explosives at his apartment and the Aurora mall.
Forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center were unable to assure growers that there is an end to the drought in sight. In the meantime, grain prices have skyrocketed.
Several House Republicans, including Representative Michele Bachmann, sent a letter to the State Department in June suggesting that a member of the Secretary of State's staff had ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. Now other Republicans in Congress are criticizing this action.
In their report, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) found that Southern California Edison had not mislead regulators about issues at their troubled San Onofre power plant, located between San Diego and Los Angeles, California.
Mosque opponents sued Rutherford County in September 2010 to stop construction of the new building. Their suit included claims that Islam is not a real religion and that local Muslims wanted to overthrow the US Constitution and replace it with Islamic religious law.
The plaintiffs say Arpaio's officers based some traffic stops on the race of Hispanics who were in vehicles, had no probable cause to pull them over and made the stops so they could inquire about their immigration status.