June 19, 2013 11:10 AM
A healthy-looking Paris Jackson spoke out at Michael Jackson's wrongful-death trial in Los Angeles?via a video testimony shot months before the 15-year-old would be hospitalized for an alleged suicide attempt. The court-martial of the U.S. soldier accused of providing reams of classified documents to WikiLeaks in a case illustrating the challenge of keeping secrets in the digital age must decide whether tweets and Web pages can be admitted as evidence. Lawyers for Private First Class Bradley Manning, 25, who is accused of providing more than 700,000 files to the anti-secrecy website in the biggest breach of classified U.S. data in the nation's history, argued on Tuesday that Twitter postings offered by prosecutors do not meet the court's standards. A day after he was charged with fraud and corruption in the latest major Canadian municipal scandal, Montreal Mayor Michael Applebaum has resigned. "I am going to put my energies into my defense and into my family," said Applebaum, who had promised to clean up Canada's second-largest city when he was named to the post in November.