The sensational case of Amanda Knox and the murder of Meredith Kercher is back in the headlines—again. This time, Italy's highest court will rule once and for all whether to close the case for good or send it back to a lower court to retry. Amanda

ROME — Italy's highest court delayed until Tuesday a decision on whether American student Amanda Knox will face a new trial in the murder of her British roommate — an unusual but not unprecedented move.

Italy's highest court has overturned the acquittal of Amanda Knox, the American student who was initially found guilty of murdering another student in Italy, before she had her conviction overturned. Knox was originally

Italian Supreme Court judges are expected to announce Tuesday whether American Amanda Knox should stand trial again for the death of her former roommate. The judges concluded a hearing over the question Monday

Italy's highest court has overturned the acquittal of Amanda Knox, the American student who was initially found guilty of murdering another student in Italy, before she had her conviction overturned. Knox was originally