On an early February morning almost 25 years ago, a bleeding 12-year-old Melissa Repass somehow summoned the courage and wherewithal to call 911 after she and six others were shot execution style at a New Mexico bowling alley.
Everyone knows who Chris Kyle was -- the "American Sniper." That may make work challenging for a small Texas county tasked with giving his accused murderer, Eddie Ray Routh, a fair trial. Jury selection begins today.
"American Sniper," Clint Eastwood's film about Navy SEAL marksman Chris Kyle, stunned just about everyone by earning $107 million over its first weekend in wide release -- an unprecedented haul for a downbeat, R-rated drama released in the middle of winter.