Bring That Week Back: Zimmerman Waives Right to Hearing

An update on the Robert Champion case and other news.

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Zimmerman's "Stand Your Ground" Hearing Delayed - An update on the Robert Champion case, Oberlin cancels classes due to hate crimes, the NRA focuses on the African-American community and other news headlines. — Dorkys RamosGeorge Zimmerman's "Stand Your Ground" hearing won't begin in April as originally scheduled. Zimmerman's attorney Mark O'Mara and Judge Debra Nelson are both open to conducting the hearing during Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial for the death of teen Trayvon Martin. (Photo: Joe Burbank-Pool/Getty Images)

Accused Son Poses With Mother's Decapitated Head - Bashid McLean, 23, posed with his mother Tanya Byrd's decapitated head for a cellphone photo shortly before disposing her dismembered body on the street. A dog walker found the 45-year-old's remains in four garbage bags last Tuesday in New York City. McLean has confessed to the violent crime. (Photo: AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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Accused Son Poses With Mother's Decapitated Head - Bashid McLean, 23, posed with his mother Tanya Byrd's decapitated head for a cellphone photo shortly before disposing her dismembered body on the street. A dog walker found the 45-year-old's remains in four garbage bags last Tuesday in New York City. McLean has confessed to the violent crime. (Photo: AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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Oberlin Cancels Classes Due to Hate Crimes - Oberlin College in Ohio has suspended classes after 15 hate crimes were reported over the past four weeks. Fliers containing racist and homophobic speech have been found around campus. A KKK sighting near the school's Afrikan Heritage House prompted the closing. (Photo: Courtesy of Oberlin College)

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12 Charged in FAMU Hazing Death - Twelve former band members have been charged with manslaughter in the 2011 death of Robert Champion, a drum major at Florida A&M University, who died shortly after engaging in a hazing activity. The second-degree manslaughter charge could result in up to 15 years in prison. (Photo: AP Photo/Don Juan Moore)

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Mayoral Candidate’s Body Beatened and Burned - Openly gay mayoral candidate Marco McMillian, 34, whose body was found alongside a Mississippi River levee last week in Mississippi, was beaten and burned. The coroner informed the family that McMillian's body was dragged under a fence to the location where it was found, but still hasn't released the cause of death. Lawrence Reed, 22, has been charged in the murder. (Photo: Marco McMillian)

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Jesse Jackson Jr.'s Goods May Be Auctioned - Former Illiinois Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. might see his illegally purchased treasures auctioned off to help pay back the money he owes the federal government. He and his wife, Sandi, recently pleaded guilty to misusing $750,000 in campaign funds to treat themselves to lavish goods like Rolex watches, furs, electronics and other items. They will be sentenced in June. (Photo: AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)

NRA Taps Into Black Community in New Ad - The National Rifle Association has enlisted the help of a Black contributor to reach minorities in a new ad. YouTube personality Colion Noir encourages viewers to take their protection into their own hands because, he says, the government isn't looking out for us. (Photo: NRA News via YouTube)

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NRA Taps Into Black Community in New Ad - The National Rifle Association has enlisted the help of a Black contributor to reach minorities in a new ad. YouTube personality Colion Noir encourages viewers to take their protection into their own hands because, he says, the government isn't looking out for us. (Photo: NRA News via YouTube)