The trial of confessed Colorado theater shooter James Holmes begins Monday. Judge Andrew Napolitano shared insight on "America's Newsroom" on how Holmes' insanity defense shifts a heavy burden of proof to the prosecutors.
The New York Court of Appeals ruled this morning that Fox News reporter Jana Winter will not have to testify in a Colorado court about the identity of her sources for a bombshell story on the Aurora movie theater shooting. Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes reacted to the ruling by calling it a "major win for all journalists."
Judge Andrew Napolitano says the New York Court of Appeals’ ruling on Fox News reporter Jana Winter is a “tremendous victory for freedom of speech.”
In the summer of 2012, James Holmes shot and killed 12 people and injured more than 50 others at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. As the nation asked why, FoxNews.com reporter Jana Winter was the first to break the story about a notebook...
Today marks one year since the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting. Twelve people died and dozens more were injured when a gunman opened fire at the midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises.
A Colorado judge approved James Holmes’ not guilty by reason of insanity plea in the movie theater massacre that killed 12 people. In exchange, Holmes will go through a series of psychiatric evaluations that may include truth serum
A judge accepted suspect James Holmes' plea of not guilty by reason of insanity in the deadly July 20 Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooting.