July 13th marks the one year anniversary of George Zimmerman being acquitted of the murder of Florida teenager, Trayvon Martin.
Zimmerman, a former neighborhood watchman, never denied fatally shooting the unarmed teen, but he said it was self defense.
The murder trial was watched intensely and sparked passionate debate about race relations in America, gun laws, profiling and self-defense.
We're learning more about the online activities of Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia man accused of leaving his 22-month-old son to die in a hot car.
Harris has pleaded not guilty to murder and child cruelty charges in the case.
Now investigators have found more internet posts that could come up during his trial off the website "Reddit."
Detectives say he was on topic pages ranging from "how to survive prison" to one called "child-free."
The investigation is ongoing.
Lebron James has a new kingdom, or he's heading to his old kingdom rather, and his Miami fans, not too happy about it.
James announcing he's heading back to the Cleveland Cavaliers this next season.
He gave the Miami Heat four years and two championships, and Cav fans are hoping for similar success now that James is coming back home.
It's clear Cleveland fans are willing to forgive and forget, and move past their James jersey burning days back in 2010.
New evidence is surfacing that shows the brutal tactics ISIS is using to recruit new members.
Within a week of taking over Mosul, ISIS began distributing flash drives and DVD's on the streets and after prayers at the Mosques.
But despite the horror shown in the clips, ISIS continues to gather recruits, capitalizing on desperation and anger.
ISIS has also been reaching out to former Al Qaeda members, some who broke ties with the organization, trying to lure them back in.
As the influx of immigrants continue to surge across the southern US border, calls for action in Washington have reached a fever pitch.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson visited a detention center in New Mexico, he defended the president while continuing to follow how lawmakers are still wrangling over authorizing the $3.7 billion that the President has asked for to deal with the problem.