Amid allegations of widespread phone hacking, the Rupert Murdoch-owned News of the World is shutting down after 168 years of operation.
The weekly British tabloid, called the largest English-language newspaper in the world, is accused of illegally accessing the cell phone messages of up to 4,000 victims -- all to gain salacious headlines.
Jennifer Ford, a juror on the Casey Anthony trial, spoke out Wednesday night on 'Nightline.' While Ford said she felt Anthony "had something to do" with the death of her child, she claimed there simply wasn't enough hard evidence to convict.
"There wasn't enough evidence," she said. "If you're going to charge someone with murder, don't you have to know how they killed someone, or why they might have killed someone, or have ... where/when/why/how? Those are important questions that were not answered."
To watch Taylor Swift conquer the pop and country worlds over the last few years, you might think there's nothing she can't do -- but, unfortunately, for fans hoping to see her on tour this week, she can't perform with bronchitis.
Having already canceled her Louisville stop last week, Swift is under doctor's orders to beg off her scheduled dates in Atlanta and Charlotte this weekend.
Overturning a policy that has been in place for many years, the Obama administration announced Wednesday it will now send condolence letters to the families of service members who commit suicide.
"This issue is emotional, painful, and complicated," President Barack Obama said in a statement. "But these Americans served our nation bravely ... They didn't die because they were weak. And the fact that they didn't get the help they needed must change."
Kevin James is seeking big laughs in his latest summer comedy, 'Zookeeper,' in which he plays, well, a zookeeper whose animals reveal they can talk when he decides he wants to leave to find a more glamorous job.
Though it's sure to be a hit with families this weekend, adults may opt for the R-rated 'Horrible Bosses' instead, which stars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudekis as three disgruntled employees who decide they want to kill their bosses.
Which movie will win the box office? We'll know on Sunday. In the meantime, get a rundown of the biggest movies in theaters this weekend.
Harold Camping, the preacher who famously predicted the apocalypse would happen in May, has been moved to a nursing home to regain his strength after suffering a stroke on June 9.
Camping, 89, has twice predicted the rapture -- first in 1994 and again this past May 21. To get the word out, he and his followers spent millions over seven years on billboards and ads about the impending Judgment Day and the end of the world that will supposedly occur in October.
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