Front Page: Jury Finds Producer Phil Spector Guilty of Murder


  • A Los Angeles jury found music producer Phil Spector guilty of the second-degree murder of actress Lana Clakson Monday, after a previous jury could not reach an unanimous verdict. He was taken into custody and faces at least 15 years in prison.— AP
  • A Minnesota court has decided that Democrat Al Franken has won the state's Senate seat. — Huffington Post
  • North Korea has vowed to restore its nuclear program, after the UN Security Council condemned its missile launch. — Christian Science Monitor
  • The US may drop demands for Iran to rapidly shut down nuclear facilities during early phases of negotiations, previously a key condition for talks. — New York Times
  • President Obama will give a speech on the economy today, updating the public on his administration's progress. — AP
  • Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas opened up to a group of students last weekend, telling them that he had an uneasy relationship with the whole idea of rights. — New York Times
  • Spike TV has greenlit a pilot for a documentary series titled Pirate Hunters: USN that "will focus on the US Navy's antipiracy operations in the Gulf of Aden." — BuzzSugar
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