On July 13, 2013, a Florida jury found George Zimmerman not guilty in the death of Trayvon Martin. The former neighborhood watchman never denied fatally shooting the unarmed teen, but he said he did so because he feared for his life. Take a look back at some of the highlights from Zimmerman's…
Twitter exploded when NBA star LeBron James confirmed that he's leaving the Miami Heat for the Cleveland Cavaliers, where he spent the first seven years of his career. Take a look at some of the most amusing tweets.
The operators of the sunken Sewol ferry prioritized profit over safety, and the vessel was licensed based on falsified documents, South Korean investigators said in an interim report. Take a look at images from the disaster that killed hundreds of people and shocked the nation.
Billionaire Donald Sterling testified in a probate court trial this week that he opposes his wife's effort to sell the couple's ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers because he is negotiating a big broadcast deal with Fox that would be worth more. Find out more about this highly publicized scandal.
Marijuana shops in Washington are opening their doors to all customers on Tuesday, making it the second state in the nation to legalize marijuana sales to recreational users. Take a look at which states allow recreational and medical marijuana use.
The NFL has reached a preliminary settlement in a lawsuit filed over player concussions. Find out more about chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the disease several former NFL pros claim they are now suffering from due to hits on the field.
The U.S. Air Force begins accepting female recruits, the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack falls from No. 1 after six months, LeBron makes "The Decision," and the last space shuttle mission launches, all on this day.
Former Patriots star Aaron Hernandez is scheduled to appear in court twice this week as his attorneys try to subpoena paperwork from his former team and quash a search warrant. Hernandez is charged in three deaths. Take a look at the accusations against Hernandez.
In the latest twist in the Oscar Pistorius saga, the Olympian's lawyer says video of Pistorius re-enacting how he says he killed his girlfriend was illegally obtained by the Australian television network that aired it Sunday. Here's a look at the most compelling information about the case.
On Monday, 63 women and girls who kidnapped by Boko Haramfrom the northern Borno state on June 18 escaped their captors. Boko Haram is still believed to be holding more than 200 schoolgirls hostage. Learn more about this shocking situation and the group behind it.
Sliced bread goes on sale for the first time, Elvis Presley makes his radio debut, Led Zeppelin plays their last concert, Oliver North testifies at the Iran-Contra hearings, and Michael Jackson is remembered by family and friends, all on this day.
Hurricane Arthur made landfall in North Carolina late on July 3, but it did not dawdle over the coastline to vandalize neighborhoods for long. By Friday morning, it had weakened to a Category 1 and was downgraded to a tropical storm on Saturday.
Sugar has become public enemy No. 1 in the nutrition field -- doctors and public health advocates alike are "fed up" with the amount Americans are consuming. Take a look at how much sugar is in some of America's top-selling beverages compared with the sugar found in common sugary snacks.
How much can you drink and not be legally drunk? It is something to think about as you head out to Fourth of July parties on Friday. The amount of alcohol in a person's body is measured by the weight of the alcohol in a certain volume of blood. Different factors affect your BAC including your…