Oscar Pistorius' lawyers at his murder trial Wednesday tried to roll back the prosecution's momentum, but the prosecutor sharply questioned the credentials and findings of a forensic expert for the defence. Following the tough cross-examination of Pistorius that lasted five days, his defence attempted to re-assert his story that his killed his girlfriend by mistake, but the prosecutor strongly challenged the expert witness. Full Story.(Photo: Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame)
Wrapping up five days of relentless cross-examination of Oscar Pistorius at his murder trial, the chief prosecutor insisted Tuesday that the Olympic runner intentionally shot his girlfriend to death after they argued before dawn on Valentine's Day last year. Prosecutor Gerrie Nel said he had no further questions after presenting the prosecution's case that Pistorius is lying in his account of mistakenly shooting Reeva Steenkamp through a toilet cubicle door. Nel said the double-amputee runner killed her intentionally after a late night fight. Full Story.
It was one year ago today that two pressure-cooker bombs went off in the crowd at the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring over 260 others as runners streamed towards the finish line. TSN's Dave Naylor looks back at that tragic day and what has - and hasn't - changed since then. Full Story.