Here are the top news headlines that may interest you for Monday, June 24th, 2013. Read, be informed, discuss, and prosper.
Zimmerman Trial Begins “Monday’s opening statements in Seminole County Circuit Court will preview the essence of the trial. Defense attorneys Mark O’Mara and Don West are representing Zimmerman, and the lead prosecutor for the state of Florida is Bernie de la Rionda.”
Use of Race in College Admissions OK “The Supreme Court side-stepped a sweeping decision on the use of race-conscious school admission policies, ruling Monday on the criteria at the University of Texas and whether it violates the equal protection rights of some white applicants.”
Robber Killed by Customer in LeBron James Sneaker Line “According to witnesses, an armed man tried to rob a group of customers in line about 5:30 a.m. But one of the customers who was armed with his on own handgun shot and killed the suspect.”
Snowden Continues to Elude the U.S. “NSA leaker Edward Snowden slipped back under the radar on Monday, failing to show up on the Cuba-bound flight he was expected to board from Moscow and befuddling the media who have been tracking the international fugitive’s every move.
‘Dark Girls’ Documentary Airs Last Night “A key theme in the controversial documentary “Dark Girls,” a black women candidly share their struggles with cultural beauty standards and self-esteem.”