Today's News

Colorado prosecutors are abandoning an effort to get access to a notebook sent by the accused movie theater shooter to his therapist. They believe the judge may allow them to see the notebook if James Holmes pleads not guilty by reason of insanity. Holmes is facing 24 first-degree murder charges and 116 counts of attempted first degree murder stemming from the July 20th shooting. Lawmakers are carefully going over a new report on "Operation Fast and Furious," the botched ATF gun-walking operation. The report from the Justice Department's inspector general blames U.S. firearms officials for failing to exercise appropriate oversight. The report recommends disciplinary action against senior Justice official Lanny Breuer and more than a dozen others. A California judge is denying an injunction request to pull an anti-Muslim film from YouTube. The request comes from actress Cindy Lee Garcia who's suing the producer of "The Innocence of Muslims" for fraud and slander. The film has led to violent protests in many Muslim countries because it mocks the Prophet Mohammad. Detroit police say a man suspected of fatally stabbing a co-worker at a Chrysler plant may have then taken his own life. A police spokesman says the suspect was found dead. Chrysler says the stabbing occurred when two employees had an altercation inside the facility this morning. A Colorado man is about seven-million-dollars richer after winning a lawsuit in federal court. The award comes after 59-year-old Wayne Watson developed a chronic condition known as "popcorn lung" from a chemical used in flavoring microwave popcorn. U.S. Olympian Destinee Hooker is now married. TMZ.com reports the volleyball silver medalist secretly tied the knot with fiance Steven Coulter last week at a Texas courthouse.