The suspect in the deadly shooting at the Fort Lauderdale airport had been receiving psychological treatment while living in Alaska, according to his brother.
A legal panel in Illinois is weighing whether a judge can return to the bench after being declared legally insane two years ago. Judge Cynthia Brim, 55, argued Friday that her psychotic episodes can be controlled with medication and asked the panel to allow her to return to her $182,000-a-year position.
A local resident called 911 after he saw Amanda Bynes lying on her back with her pant leg on fire and a trail of fire and gas around her. He said Bynes then walked away from the scene and tried to leave in a taxi while he tried to put out the fire.
Fox News has confirmed that former child star Amanda Bynes is in custody after a disturbance last night in a California neighborhood. Police say Bynes met the criteria of a 5150 detention, in which authorities can order a mental health evaluation.
Stuart Varney said this morning on "Varney & Co." that one of his producers was given a questionnaire with some surprisingly intrusive questions on it when he switched doctors. One of the questions was whether he/she was concerned about unsecured weapons in the home. Another asked whether he/she was "in a relationship in which you have been physically hurt or are you afraid of your partner?"
Judge Andrew Napolitano explained that the question about guns comes out of a post-Sandy Hook executive order by President Obama, but it will be required under the law once Obamacare takes effect. Varney expressed amazement that these questions are being asked, but Napolitano made an important observation.