- An Ohio convict, sentenced to death by lethal injection early next year, has requested that his execution be delayed, arguing that he is to obese to be executed.
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will not have to spend a pound in their litigation against the French magazine, Closer, which published topless photos of Kate Middleton, sparking outrage in the UK and elsewhere.
Kate Middleton Topless Photos: Legal Action Taken in France, But Italian and Irish Magazines Also Print PicturesAttorneys from Britain?s Royal Family have initiated legal action against the French magazine that printed topless photos of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.
- Amazing security camera footage has captured several theieves ramming a BMW into an Apple Store in order to steal iPhones. The Apple Store theft occurred on September 6, as the driver slammed his car into the electronics store and an accomplice loaded a bag with phones.
- The First Lady of France, Valerie Trierweiler, won damages against a French magazine that published photos of her wearing a bikini on a beach. Perhaps Kate Middleton -- who has suffered the indignity of having topless photos of herself printed in France -- could take some inspiration from this.
- Multiple news outlets are reporting that authorities have captured a suspect dubbed the "Bucket List Bandit." The bandit is believed to be responsible for bank robberies in nine states and has been arrested in Oklahoma City.
- The British Royal Family is outraged by a French magazine called Closer's decision to publish topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. Kate and her husband, The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, may take legal action, citing a breach of privacy laws.
- Facebook Inc. (FB), Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT) and Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) face fresh patent suits from a University of California patent licensee, which sued some of the biggest U.S. companies previously, Reuters reported.
- Amanda Knox, the American exchange student who was convicted of murdering her flat mate, Meredith Kercher, while studying abroad in Italy in 2007, has been trying to return to a normal life since being acquitted of charges and released from Italian prison last year. But details surrounding Kercher's death are being brought up again, this time in a new memoir from Raffaele Sollecito, the Italian student Knox was dating at the time of Kercher's murder.
- Franklin Davis has been charged with the capital murder of 16-year-old Shania Gray. The Texas teen's body was discovered Saturday at about 4:30 p.m. in the Trinity River in Irving, Texas. Carrollton Police Department officials report that Davis told officers he killed Gray shortly after picking her up from school on Thursday, Sept. 6.
- Nadarkhani, 32, had been imprisoned for three years and was awaiting execution, but the apostasy charge was downgraded to evangelizing to Muslims (an offense that carries a three-year term).
- The late South African conservationist Lawrence Anthony, who earned the reputation of calming distressed, wild elephants near his home in Zululand, South Africa, has inspired others including companies to pursue the uneasy path towards life preservation and ecological balance.
- 17 years after the infamous OJ Simpson murder trial, a member of the prosecution made the claim that OJ Simpson's defense team manipulated the famous glove that ultimately helped lead to a not guilty verdict for Simpson.
- BitTorrent sites that allow users to download illegal content are being monitored by anti-piracy groups more than ever. These measure could have an effect on the return of Demonoid.
- The landmark hearing follows six years of legal battles and tribunals for the four plaintiffs, whose high-profile cases are seen as a polarizing dividing line between British Christians who want to express their faith in the workplace and employers who assert their right to impose dress codes and guidelines for workplace conduct.
- Demonoid could be making a comeback, but after the founder of the Pirate Bay was arrested, the BitTorrent site might not be as inclined to return.
Griselda Blanco Dead At 69, Godmother Of Cocaine Killed In Columbia; Photos Of The Former Miami-Based Drug LordGriselda Blanco, a former drug lord for the Medellín Cartel and a pioneer in the Miami-based cocaine drug trade, was gunned down in Columbia by an assassin on Monday.
- A reported $30 million worth of maple syrup was stolen out of a Quebec warehouse last week, according to the Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers.
- Frank Jones, a longtime attorney in Macon, Ga., who was widely recognized throughout Georgia for his effort in trying to appeal the Affordable Care Act, died this week after losing a battle to leukemia. He was 87.
- Three people are dead after a 23-year-old gunman opened fire inside a Pathmark grocery store in Old Bridge, N.J., on Friday.