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Amanda Knox reveals her fairytale lifestyle on Instagram

Amanda Knox reveals her fairytale lifestyle on Instagram

The Waiting to Be Heard author announced on Twitter on Tuesday that she had chose to open her Instagram up to the world, writing, "What's happening?" They were both acquitted in 2011, had their convictions upheld in 2014, and the convictions were definitively quashed in 2015.


Juror: 2 holdouts in Bill Cosby's trial refused to convict

Juror: 2 holdouts in Bill Cosby's trial refused to convict

Here's what's shocking. The juror says when they first went into the jury deliberation room they took a straw vote - non-binding - and "overwhelmingly voted to find Cosby not guilty". Legal experts said it was rare for a judge to put conditions on what jurors can say after a trial has concluded. One of the jurors anonymously disclosed details of the deliberation in an interview on ABC.


Trump made millions a year ago: financial disclosure

Trump made millions a year ago: financial disclosure

While it appeared from the disclosure that Trump's presidency had done no damage to his reported income, the findings could provide evidence for a series of lawsuits that argue that the president is violating the Constitution's "emoluments" clause, which bans foreign gifts and payments.



Prince Philip released from hospital

His illness caused him to miss the opening of Parliament , the Queen delivering her speech in his absence with son Prince Charles at her side instead. Prince Philip has been admitted to hospital, reports the BBC . Buckingham Palace has announced that The Queen will attend the State Opening of Parliament without her husband.


Lead surgeon: U.S. congressman Scalise showing improvement after being shot

Lead surgeon: U.S. congressman Scalise showing improvement after being shot

MedStar Washington Hospital Center Director of Trauma Dr. Jack Sava speaks during a news conference in Washington, Friday, June 16, 2017 , about the condition of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of La. The man who shot United States congressman Steve Scalise and others at a congressional baseball practice earlier this week had with him a piece of paper with doodles and the names of three lawmakers, according to a person familiar with the case.