Protesters are expected to fill and surround the Capitol in Madison, Wis., again Monday, the seventh day of demonstrations against Gov. Scott Walker's plan to increase health care and pension contributions by public employees while eliminating most of their collective bargaining rights.
Senate Democrats remain out of state to try to thwart a vote on the bill.
Earlier this month, NASA's Kepler Mission announced it had found 54 planets orbiting stars in so-called "habitable zones" in our galaxy, where the climate could be suitable for liquid water.
After the planets were found, NASA alerted the SETI Institute (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) of their locations. The institute's scientists started listening to those planets, and while they haven't heard any intelligent life yet, there's plenty of other noise to be heard in space.
Some reports from Libya say that violence between police and protesters has left more than 200 people dead and many more injured. In the Egyptian capital, Cairo, a small group gathered outside the Libyan Embassy in solidarity with the demonstrators.
A former Pennsylvania judge faces more than 150 years in prison for his role in a $2.8 million bribery scandal known as "cash for kids" after a jury convicted him Friday of taking kickbacks from the developer of a private detention center. But critics of the state's juvenile justice system say more reforms are still needed.
Hillary Transue was a high school sophomore with a spotless record in 2007 when she found herself in Judge Mark Ciavarella's courtroom in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Her alleged crime was making a spoof MySpace page that poked fun at her high school's vice principal.