James Eagan Holmes, the man accused of killing 12 people in a movie theater in Colorado last week, appeared in court with orange hair, looking fatigued. Police are still searching for a motive in the case.
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.
Colorado shooting at a midnight showing of 'The Dark Knight Rises' resulted in 12 killed and 59 wounded. Police say James Holmes, the suspect, acted alone and had no criminal record or ties to terrorism.
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.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney visited Republican senators on Capitol Hill to convey his message that defense spending cuts will hurt the U.S. military. Local mayors are concerned that lost government contracts will threaten their local businesses.
Obama and Vice President Joe Biden took their seats to chants of 'U-S-A' at a US men's Olympic basketball exhibition game against Brazil as the loudspeakers blared Bruce Springsteen's 'Born in the U.S.A.,' images that any president running for re-election would relish.