A woman who says she fired a bullet into a wall to scare off her husband during a domestic dispute was convicted of aggravated assault after just 12 minutes of deliberation.
Marissa Alexander, a 31-year-old mother of three, tried unsuccessfully to use Florida's "stand your ground defense".
Alexander made headlines after George Zimmerman's acquittal in the death of Trayvon Martin. Many wanted to know why this mom was sentenced to so much time while Zimmerman, who never asked for immunity under Florida's "Stand Your Ground" laws, walked free.
David Mattingly is OutFront.
An upcoming deadline to raise the debt ceiling - or risk default. And, as always, neither side seems willing to give in.
"I will not negotiate on anything when it comes to the full faith and credit of the United States of America," President Barack Obama said.
House Speaker John Boehner rebutted, "The President says, 'I'm not going to negotiate'. Well, I'm sorry but it just doesn't work that way."
The same sort of talk that got us into this mess to begin with - as you know, we've been counting the days since America lost its top credit rating.
It has been 782 days now.
Is doomsday avoidable??
Dana Bash is Outfront with the latest.
For the first time in more than 30 years, high-level officials from the United States and Iran spoke face-to-face.
Secretary of State John Kerry met with Iran's Foreign Minister to discuss Iran's nuclear program.
Before the meeting, at least, the U.S. said the ball was in Iran's court.
Reporter: Mr. Secretary, what do you need to hear from the Iranians today to show they're serious?
Kerry: "I'll let you know after they've been serious."
So, were they?
OutFront: State Department spokesperson, Jen Psaki.
The United States Postal Service is proposing a 3 cents hike on stamps.
Erin Burnett reports.