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- Mother says priest told her son to, ‘Rot in hell’
- One of U.S. Army's '15 Most Wanted' fugitives arrested in Florida
One of the U.S. Army's "15 Most Wanted" fugitives was arrested in Florida on Thursday, more than 36 years after the man escaped from a federal prison in Kansas and went on the run. James Robert Jones, a U.S. Army private, was arrested as he showed up for work near Deerfield Beach, Florida, the U.S. Marshall's Service said in a statement. He had been living in Florida under an alias and admitted his real identity shortly after he was arrested. Four years later, Jones obtained a fake Florida driver's license, changed his birthdate but listed his actual address, the Marshals Service said.
- Hunter bags 500-pound wild boar you have to see to believe
- Mariah Carey's Sexy New Bikini Pics
- Republican Robert Duvall Bolts GOP
- Cops: 2 shoot up heroin as kids play at McDonald's
CINCINNATI (AP) — An Indiana couple has been jailed in Ohio on child endangering charges because police say they overdosed on heroin in a McDonald's play area.
- Woman's 90-Pound Mucus-Filled Tumor Surgically Removed
A woman who complained of a rapidly expanding waistline was surprised to discover an unusual cause of her girth: an 88-lb., mucus-filled ovarian tumor. Mucus-filled ovarian cysts, known as mucinous cystadenomas, are fairly common, and most often strike women ages 30 to 50, said Dr. Jonathan Herman, an obstetric surgeon at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, N.Y., who was not involved in the woman's case. "When you cut it open, mucus just comes pouring out," Herman told Live Science. "Mucus is very heavy, so they grow to a large size."
- Why Germany demands so much of Russia on Ukraine
After two weeks of diplomatic efforts to keep Russia from splitting Ukraine by force, the de facto leader of the European Union stood before German lawmakers Wednesday and delivered an emotional rebuke to Putin. Moscow, she said, is using the old method of might to resolve its fears over Ukraine’s future rather than “the political means of our times” – the power of international law. Merkel has given Putin ample time to prove his claims that ethnic Russians in Crimea are in danger. She also distanced Germany from Washington’s moves to place warships and fighter jets closer to Ukraine, thus affirming German pacifism.