- U.S. People
N.C. Man Tells Sheriff He Slit Teen Daughter’s Throat
- Politics Good Morning America
Nearly a year after John McCain's death, Cindy McCain says no one in the GOP carries 'voice of reason'
In an interview with ABC's Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl, McCain spoke about the legacy her late husband, Sen. John McCain, left in American politics, and focused on his willingness to work across the aisle. A year later, McCain said she doesn't see anyone picking up and carrying the mantle of staunch bipartisanship the way her husband did. "That was a tough torch to carry and, as John said, there were many lonely days because he always said what was on his mind," she told Karl.
- Style InStyle
See exactly how Katie Holmes is handling her breakup with a "drama free" outfit here.
- Celebrity Yahoo Sports
After finding a mural of himself covered in tattoos in Indianapolis, Larry Bird reached out to the artist to have it changed.
Sounds like PDA just might be their thing?
- World The Independent
Death row inmate to be executed by lethal injection despite claim of innocence: ‘We’d all like to know who done it’
A death row inmate is set to be executed by lethal injection for the abduction, rape and murder of a Houston college student, despite his repeated claims of innocence.Larry Swearingen, 48, is scheduled to die in Texas on Wednesday evening for the killing of Melissa Trotter in December 1998.