Bring That Week Back: Convicted D.C. Sniper Expresses Remorse

D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo breaks his silence, plus more.

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Convicted D.C. Sniper Expresses Remorse: "I Was a Monster"  - D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo asks families to move on from their grief, pizza delivery boy rapes woman during delivery, plus more national news. – Britt Middleton In an interview corresponding with the 10-year anniversary of the D.C. sniper attacks, shooter Lee Boyd Malvo expressed remorse for the 10 people he killed in a shooting spree that terrorized the D.C. area for 21 days in 2002, asking victims to try to move on with their lives. Malvo, now 27, is serving a life sentence. (Photo: AP Photo/Chris Gardner, Pool, File)

FDNY Firefighters Protest New Hiring Practices - About 200 white New York City firefighters rallied outside a Brooklyn courthouse on Oct. 2 in protest of a hearing on court-ordered changes to the department's hiring practices that they feel discriminated against qualified white applicants. (Photo: Todd Maisel/New York Daily News)

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FDNY Firefighters Protest New Hiring Practices - About 200 white New York City firefighters rallied outside a Brooklyn courthouse on Oct. 2 in protest of a hearing on court-ordered changes to the department's hiring practices that they feel discriminated against qualified white applicants. (Photo: Todd Maisel/New York Daily News)

Dominique Strauss-Kahn Cleared in Gang Rape Case - Rape charges against former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn were dismissed on Oct. 2 after his accuser, a sexual escort, recanted her story of an alleged gang rape at a Washington, D.C., hotel in 2010. Strauss-Kahn is still facing charges on a suspected prostitution ring run out of a luxury hotel in Lille, France. (Photo: Efrem Lukatsky/AP)

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Dominique Strauss-Kahn Cleared in Gang Rape Case - Rape charges against former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn were dismissed on Oct. 2 after his accuser, a sexual escort, recanted her story of an alleged gang rape at a Washington, D.C., hotel in 2010. Strauss-Kahn is still facing charges on a suspected prostitution ring run out of a luxury hotel in Lille, France. (Photo: Efrem Lukatsky/AP)

Illegal Immigrants in CA Become Eligible for Driver's Licenses - On Oct. 1, California Gov. Jerry Brown authorized a law allowing illegal immigrants to obtain a state driver's license if they qualify for work permits under President Obama's new immigration policy. (Photo: David McNew/Getty Images)

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Illegal Immigrants in CA Become Eligible for Driver's Licenses - On Oct. 1, California Gov. Jerry Brown authorized a law allowing illegal immigrants to obtain a state driver's license if they qualify for work permits under President Obama's new immigration policy. (Photo: David McNew/Getty Images)

Video Shows Philly Cop Punching Woman During Parade - A Philadelphia police officer identified as Lt. Jonathan Josey II is now under investigation after he was allegedly caught on video punching a woman in the face during the Puerto Rican Day Parade on Sept. 30. In the 36-second video, someone outside the frame throws water on a group of officers including Josey.  (Photo: newsone.com)

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Video Shows Philly Cop Punching Woman During Parade - A Philadelphia police officer identified as Lt. Jonathan Josey II is now under investigation after he was allegedly caught on video punching a woman in the face during the Puerto Rican Day Parade on Sept. 30. In the 36-second video, someone outside the frame throws water on a group of officers including Josey.  (Photo: newsone.com)

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Financial Futures Looking Brighter for Young Blacks - More young, Black college graduates are starting early to secure their financial futures, according to a new report from the financial company Northwest Mutual. Seventy percent of grads age 18 to 34 described themselves as either “disciplined” or “highly disciplined” financial planners. (Photo: Image Source)

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Racial Gap Widens on SAT Scores  - The racial gap in performance between white and Black students taking the SAT college entrance exam has been growing since 1988 and continues to widen in 2012, with whites scoring an average 1063 on the test and Blacks averaging a score of 856, the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education reported last week. (Photo: Micah Walter/Getty Images)

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Stop and Frisk Is Curtailed in the Bronx  - In an effort to curb stop-and-frisk arrests in the Bronx, New York, the city's district attorney office announced it would no longer prosecute residents stopped by police at public housing complexes for trespassing without first interviewing the arresting officer to ensure the arrest was legitimate. (Photo: The Plain Dealer /Landov)

Pizza Delivery Boy Rapes Woman - Cesar Lucas, 16, is now being held without bail after he admitted to raping a woman in her New York City apartment last week while her 7-year-old slept in the bed beside her. Lucas, who was in the woman's building delivering a pizza, saw her apartment door ajar and said "he went in because he was feeling horny and that he took advantage of her,? according to court documents. (Photo: newsone.com)

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Pizza Delivery Boy Rapes Woman - Cesar Lucas, 16, is now being held without bail after he admitted to raping a woman in her New York City apartment last week while her 7-year-old slept in the bed beside her. Lucas, who was in the woman's building delivering a pizza, saw her apartment door ajar and said "he went in because he was feeling horny and that he took advantage of her,” according to court documents. (Photo: newsone.com)

HBCU Targeted for Unfairly Firing White Employee - The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has sided with a former employee at Winston-Salem State University after she claimed her race played a part in why she was fired last July. Shira Hedgepeth, who is white, said that she and other white employees were fired without justifiable cause and were replaced by minorities. (Photo: NY Daily News)

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HBCU Targeted for Unfairly Firing White Employee - The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has sided with a former employee at Winston-Salem State University after she claimed her race played a part in why she was fired last July. Shira Hedgepeth, who is white, said that she and other white employees were fired without justifiable cause and were replaced by minorities. (Photo: NY Daily News)