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.
One day after Virginia Senator Creigh Deeds was allegedly stabbed by his son in an attempted murder-suicide, former Obama advisor David Axelrod sent what some are calling a politically motivated tweet.
The son of Virginia Senator Creigh Deeds reportedly undergoing a mental health evaluation one day before attacking his father and killing himself.
At a press conference held just moments ago, FBI spokesperson Valerie Parlave confirmed that they believe the 34-year-old shooter behind Monday's mass shooting at the U.S. Navy Yard in D.C., identified as Aaron Alexis, acted alone. Parlave added that because of that fact, the investigation into the incident has moved into the "evidence recovery and information gathering" stage.
New police scanner audio shows the extent of the chaos taking place behind the scenes during Monday's mass shooting at the Navy Yard in the nation's capitol, as EMS crews risked their lives to rescue those shot and injured.
New details out about Aaron Alexis, the Navy contractor who killed 12 people at an official building in Washington, D.C. on Monday morning, suffered from a series of serious mental issues, including paranoia and a sleep disorder, Mayor Vincent Gray confirmed on Fox and Friends Tuesday.