There are many stories making headlines nationally and internationally.
We have your top stories for this Monday... July 15h, 2013.
We begin in Canada... Where two more bodies have been recovered from the train derailment near Montreal, over a week ago.
This brings the death toll to thirty-five.
Investigators say 15 people are still missing after the train derailed July 6th.
Along with the deaths... the accident destroyed about 40 buildings.
The train derailment has sparked a national discussion on rail safety in Canada.
An autopsy was performed on actor Cory Monteith today..
The Glee star was found dead in his hotel room in Vancouver Saturday.
Monteith played Finn Hudson...jock turned glee club singer... on the TV show.
He was in rehab earlier this year for drug addiction treatment.
Police say there are no signs of foul play. Monteith was 31-years-old.
The football world is putting some distance between themselves and former N-F-L player Aaron Hernandez.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame removed a photo of Hernandez after several visitors complained.
Hernandez is charged with the June 17th shooting death of Odin Lloyd.
He has pleaded not guilty to one count of murder and five additional gun-related charges.
And that's what making headlines this Monday... July 15, 2013.
Even though the verdict for George Zimmerman was handed down Saturday Night... The case is still making headlines today because of possible civil suits for the neighborhood watchman.
Zimmerman was found not guilty in the death of 17 year old Trayvon Martin...
The Justice Department says they are investigating whether federal civil rights criminal charges are warranted in this case.
Eric Holder... Head of the DOJ maintains the calls for peace and civility as it relates to the controversial case.
<I hope that we will approach this necessarily difficult dialogue with the same dignity that those who have lost the most, Trayvon's parents, that they have demonstrated throughout the last year, and especially over the past few days.
Many of you throughout Central Georgia followed this case... And people on both sides of the issue had several questions about what the case means.
On Eyewitness News at Six... we talked with former Houston County District Attorney Kelly Burke about the trial.
He says... This case does not have anything to do with 'stand your ground'... Which is also a type of law we have here in Georgia.
<what this really was is a classic self defense case and that is, was George Zimmerman justified in using the deadly force that the used in the attack that he claimed Trayvon Martin was doing. And by the same token, the Martin camp is saying Zimmerman used deadly force when it wasn't appropriate in what was essentially a fist fight. And both sides had their day in court. The Jury I think did the right thing ultimately and that is that the prosecution failed to present their case.>
You can watch the entire interview on our website at 13 WMAZ dot com.