|Cincinnati cop pleads not guilty to murder in traffic stop|
|Wreckage may be first trace of missing Flight MH370|
|Donald Trump amuses us to death|
|James Holmes's revealing courtroom behavior|
|Judge sets $1 million bond for Ohio officer charged in murder|
By Steve Bittenbender CINCINNATI (Reuters) - A judge on Thursday set a bond of $1 million for a former University of Cincinnati campus police officer charged with the murder of an unarmed black man he had stopped for a missing license plate. Ray Tensing, 25, pleaded not guilty at the arraignment before Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas Judge Megan Shanahan in Cincinnati. Tensing was indicted on Wednesday on murder and voluntary manslaughter charges in the July 19 death of Samuel Dubose, 43, who was shot in the head during a traffic stop.
|NY federal judge to hear U.S. football star Brady's appeal|
The National Football League players union filed the petition in the midwestern state on Wednesday on behalf of Brady, the New England Patriots quarterback and four-time Super Bowl champion. The union wanted the case to be heard in Minnesota, where U.S. District Judge David Doty has a history of ruling in favor of players in labor cases against the NFL.
|Water parks and piano class: Colorado movie gunman's childhood|
Defense lawyers trying to save the life of Colorado movie rampage gunman James Holmes have called witness after witness to take the stand just feet from where he sits, tethered to the floor, expressionless. At the beginning of his trial in late April, defense lawyers said they would show how Holmes was a normal, happy, social child who could have belonged to any of the jurors, before he was struck by severe mental illness.
|N.H. thumbs its nose at Fox News|
|Carter: Successful Iran nuclear deal better than strike|
|Virginia’s Gilmore makes 17 GOP presidential candidates|
|Dentist sends apology letter after killing Zimbabwe lion Cecil|
|Taliban leader Mullah Omar has died, Afghan officials say|