Canadian classical composer John Beckwith has a hit on his hands. It might have something to do with the fact that the piece of music is called "Blurred Lines." It shares a name with Robin Thicke's summer chart-topper.
It took more than a century, but Italian police think they've solved the murder of a New York City detective who was shot in Sicily while investigating the mafia. And it all came down to bragging rights for the murderer's relative 105 years later.
In New York City, home to one of the largest Nepalese communities in the US, crowds gathered after the earthquake in Nepal to pray, gather donations and hope for good news from relatives still unaccounted for.