Another tragedy has befallen the Kennedy family.
Mary Kennedy, the 52-year-old estranged wife of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr was found dead Wednesday afternoon at her home in Bedford, New York.
According to authorities, Kennedy was found in an out building on the family's property.
The exact cause of death has not been released.
Closing Arguments Begin in Edwards Trial
The government starts closing arguments this morning in the John Edwards' campaign finance trial.
The defense will follow, then the government gets a rebuttal. Each side will have up to two hours to give their summation.
The judge expects to read lengthy instructions to the jury in the afternoon. Jury deliberations are planned to begin on Friday.
G-8 Summit Heads to Camp David
World leaders begin arriving today at Dulles International Airport in Washington D.C.
They're in the US for the G-8 Summit, a meeting of the world's eight largest economies.
The location of the summit was recently changed from Chicago to Camp David, the presidential retreat. President Obama has said Camp David would better facilitate a "free-flowing discussion" among the G-8 leaders.
Previous G-8 Summits have been marred by violent protests.
Cain Issued Third Presidential Endorsement
Former presidential contender Herman Cain threw his support behind presumptive nominee Mitt Romney Wednesday.
In January, Cain endorsed then-candidate Newt Gingrich, after Cain's own campaign ended. He first unconventionally endorsed "the people", saying it was the beginning of a political revolution.
Play Tent Recall
Five retailers are recalling about 330,000 "Tots In Mind" crib tents and play yard tents.
The tents can invert and cause strangulation and entrapment hazards. The Consumer Product Safety Commission is aware of 27 tent failures, including one that killed a two-year-old boy.
Click here for more information from the CPSC.