Highland Park Mass Shooter Charged

Robert E. Crimo III, 21, who opened fire on the Highland Park, Illinois, Fourth of July parade, killing seven and wounding at least 40, has been charged with seven counts of first-degree murder with more charges expected.

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Grand Teton Remains Identified as Gabby Petito

Gabriella "Gabby" Petito, 22, declared missing since September 11, has been positively identified from the remains found over the weekend in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, according to the FBI, who also ruled her death a homicide.

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DNA Solves Decades Old Cold Case

A molar extracted from a skull found nearly four decades ago provided a DNA profile leading to the identity of remains which had been known only as Christy Crystal Creek since discovered in 1985 by a bear hunter.

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Suspect Arrested in 1988 Child Murder

Michaela Garecht, 9, vanished from the parking lot of a local grocery store in 1988. Thirty-two years later Alameda District Attorney, Nancy E. O'Malley announced her office would be charging convicted killer David Misch with kidnapping and murder.

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Grisly Murder of CEO a Professional Hit

Fahim Saleh, a Manhattan tech CEO, was found decapitated in his multi-million-dollar lower east side apartment and his dismembered body stuffed into garbage bags, after a family relative became worried when she had not heard from him.

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Driver Charged in New Hampshire Motorcycle Carnage

The driver of the pickup truck, Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, 23, that inadvertently caused a devastating collision Friday evening in New Hampshire killing seven members of a Marine Jarheads MC Motorcycle club, has been charged with seven counts of negligent homicide.

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Arrests Made in Execution Style Ohio Murders

Arrests were made today in the April 2016 Pike County Ohio execution style murders of eight members of the Rhoden Family who were massacred in three separation locations, while they slept, Ohio Governor Elect Mike DeWine announced.

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Austin Serial Bomber Dies in Self-Detonation

Austin Police Chief Brian Manley, along with Special Agents in Charge from FBI and ATF, announced the serial bomber terrorizing the greater Texas city for three weeks had detonated explosive devices as they approached his vehicle killing himself.

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Phoenix Demon Dad Murders Infant Son

Robert Anthony Resendiz, 30, has been charged in the murder of his six month old infant son on December 19, 2017 after he admitted to authorities of using approximately 65% of his strength to silence the baby.

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Gruesome Murder of Teen Shocks Prosecutors

The gruesome murder of fourteen-year-old Grace Packer is shocking even the most seasoned prosecutors as the details emerge behind the year-long plan her adopted mother and the woman's boyfriend hatched to torture the teen to death.

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East Liverpool Heroin Overdose Victims Survive

James Lee Acord and Rhonda Pasek, the couple whose graphic overdose picture taken by responding officers has gone viral, survived the incident and after hospitalization were reprimanded to the local county jail until court appearances.

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  • The New York Baltic Film Festival at Scandinavia House

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    The Third Annual New York Baltic Film Festival (NYBFF), featuring films from Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian, presented by Scandinavia House returns virtually in three sessions: October 15-18, October 29-November 1, and November 12-15, 2020.  

  • 7 Prisoners Review – Intense Drama Exposes Human Trafficking

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    7 Prisoners, a Netflix original program, presents a twist on the story of human trafficking as four young men are duped into believing they are receiving employment, only to be held captive and forced into slave labor.

     
  • Three Dead, Eight Injured in Stockholm Lorry Attack; Threat Neutralized

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    Swedes were preparing for a typical Friday evening at the Ahlens Mall in Klarabergsgatan when a lorry truck barreled down the street, jumped the curb, and continued on the sidewalk, in an apparent terrorist attack that killed three.

     
  • Beltway Insider: Obama Challenged on Recess Appointments; January Job Numbers; Kerry Sworn In; White Nominated

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    President Obama received a stunning upset recently when the federal appeals court ruled that National Labor Relations Board appointments he made over a year ago during the recess were deemed unconstitutional.

     
  • Hubble Telescope Discovers Over 200 Dwarf Galaxies

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    The Hubble Space Telescope, in operation since the 1990’s and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s, (NASA), eye into the deep places of the universe, has discovered the existence of dwarf galaxies dating back to just after the big bang.

     
  • World News: Police Brutality Protests Target Visible and Hidden Violence

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    Demonstrations aimed at denouncing police violence and the gangrene of racism have reached a legitimate saturation of the populations in the face of these acts. Addressing the physical violence without tackling the root allows the evil to regrow.