What some praised as a triumph of modern science and 21st-century sleuthing into the death of a young girl also has set off a debate about the risks of privacy violations and what DNA testing also revealed unknown to the suspect’s family.
Montanans are not quick to get riled up over politics. Now a Butte native, Sen. John Walsh, is caught in a plagiarism scandal over a paper he submitted to the U.S. Army War College. And voters seem to be taking a wait-and-see attitude as they judge the future of a politician they barely know.
Jason Carter’s (he’s the grandson of former President Carter) bid to unseat Gov. Nathan Deal, the Republican incumbent, is testing the strength and durability of the Carter name in Georgia, a red state that Democrats hope to turn blue.
Boeing employees "cowering?" Uh, don't think so. Boeing's top man got himself into a pickle commenting on the prospects of retiring (he's not) by saying “the heart will still be beating, the employees will still be cowering.” A joke gone bad. Yep, pretty bad.