Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich was convicted Monday of nearly all of the 20 charges of corruption that had been brought against him.
A jury found Blagojevich guilty of 17 out of the 20 charges brought against him. He was acquitted on one count of bribery and the jury was unable to reach verdicts on two counts of attempted extortion, CNN reported.
In a 7-2 vote, the US Supreme Court ruled Monday that it’s unconstitutional to ban kids from buying or renting violent video games, saying that despite fears the games may prompt children to emulate what’s seen in them, the government has no right to “restrict the ideas to which may be exposed.”
The Chattanooga, Tennessee man died earlier this month, but his body will be dug up so officials can retrieve a set of dentures belonging to another man who recently shared a hospital room with him, leaving the roomie with teeth not properly sized for his mouth.
With summer now officially underway, let me count the ways. This season is just so good for the mind and body (soak in that vitamin D while using the outdoors as your gym people). And my good people of Montana, don’t forget the sunscreen (it’s been a long winter once again)
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