DENVER — Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes has offered to plead guilty and serve the rest of his life in prison to avoid the death penalty — a deal that would bring a swift end to the sometimes wrenching courtroom battle and circumvent a prolonged debate over his sanity.
Prosecutors haven't said whether they would accept the offer, and victims and survivors of last summer's massacre were divided on what should be done. Read More
If demented serial killer Richard Ramirez can get married, then why can’t disturbed Aurora, Colo., shooting suspect James Holmes also inspire lust in the hearts of exceedingly desperate “fans”?
They call themselves “Holmies,” and at least one of them has gone public with her feelings for James. Read More
The man accused of killing a dozen people in a Colorado movie theater during a showing of the new "Batman" film gave little away in his first court appearance on Monday, sitting silently in a red jailhouse jump suit and with his hair dyed bright red. Read More
President Barack Obama travels to Colorado on Sunday to meet families bereaved after a “demonic” gunman went on a shooting rampage at a movie theater in a Denver suburb, killing at least 12 people and wounding 58.The victims, who ranged from six to 51 years of age, died in Aurora, Colorado, early on Friday when a gunman police identified as graduate-school dropout James Holmes opened fire during a packed midnight premiere of the latest “Batman” film. Read More