Protests are sweeping across Iran following the death of a 22-year-old woman who was accused of violating a strictly enforced Islamic dress code. NBC News’ Ali Arouzi has more details on the U.S. response.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Christopher Scarver, who killed Jeffrey Dahmer in prison, said in 2015 that he did it because Dahmer taunted inmates with food
In 2015, Christopher Scarver, the inmate who killed Jeffrey Dahmer, said he did it because Dahmer taunted inmates by shaping his food into body parts.
- The Advocate
Schneider, the top female and top trans contestant on the show, has married Genevieve Davis.
- The Guardian
The incident at Rudsdale Newcomer high school comes as Oakland has been grappling with more than two years of elevated gun violence
- Cape Cod Times
A tour bus bringing senior citizens from Memphis, Tennessee, to Cape Cod was tailed by an Army National Guard officer, police said.
- Business Insider
A man who helped get migrants on DeSantis' flights to Martha's Vineyard says he feels betrayed: 'I never, ever knew that it was a governor' behind the stunt
"My only will has always been to help people," a man who said he helped recruit migrants to get on flights bound for Martha's Vineyard told CNN.
Theo Ferrara, a high school freshman, disappeared last Thursday afternoon, after he was seen walking away from his home in Freeport towards Brunswick
Harvard grad who lost job offer due to TikTok video critical of 'All Lives Matter' glad to be off social media
Claira Janover, a 24-year-old Harvard graduate who previously lost her job offer and was doxxed by Trump supporters due to a TikTok video, said she has moved on with a life away from social media. Following the police killing of George Floyd and nationwide protests, Janover made a satirical video to address individuals who proclaimed “All Lives Matter,” a term created in response to the “Black Lives Matter” movement. “I’ma stab you, and while you’re struggling and bleeding out, I’ma show you my paper cut and say, ‘My cut matters, too,’” Janover said in the video.
A video of late chef Anthony Bourdain from 2017 recently went viral on Twitter and sparked a heated debate about how Singapore treats its domestic workers. “What are maids?” Bourdain asks as he sits down with locals in Singapore for his food and travel show, “Parts Unknown.” “Actually, if you look at Singapore, a lot of women are in the workforce,” the woman tells the chef, referring to maids as “helpers.”
- Miami Herald
Video shows the suspect fumbled to explain his shotgun.
- LA Times
KTLA rebuffed a request by a Southern California Latino journalists group to meet with station executives to discuss diversity.
- Women's Health
Police Officer John Balcerzak arrested Jeffrey Dahmer for his 17 murders, but he ignored Glenda Cleveland’s warnings along the way. Here’s where the cop is now.
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'Welcome To Sweetie Pie's': Final Location Closed Amid Miss Robbie's Son Being Found Guilty In Murder-For-Hire Plot On Nephew
The world-famous soul food restaurant Sweetie Pie’s in St. Louis, Missouri, featured on OWN, closed its doors for good after Tim Norman was found guilty of orchestrating his nephew’s murder.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced the man, whose identity is still unknown, was charged in a "John Doe" complaint with one count each of murder, assault with intent to commit rape during a residential burglary, first-degree residential burglary and sexual contact with deceased remains.
- LA Times
A teen and a woman are in custody and a 3rd suspect, the teen's father, remains at large in connection with the slaying of PnB Rock in South L.A.
- Miami Herald
“This is a hold up. Give us all your money,” the two teenagers told the man as he was forced to the ground, police said.
Former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly relived one of his career-defining moments on top of the Lord's balcony -- but this time in India on a replica, and with his shirt on.
Dallas police shot and killed an armed man on Shiloh Road early Wednesday morning. Police say the man was pointing guns at cars and fired at officers.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The 22-year-old went missing “due to foul play,” investigators said.
- Associated Press
Police said Wednesday that they are searching for five shooters who ambushed a group of teens outside a Philadelphia high school killing one 14-year-old and wounding four other teenagers after a football scrimmage. Nicholas Elizalde, of suburban Havertown, was killed in the ambush as he and the other teens walked away from an athletic field at Roxborough High School shortly after 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, authorities said. Philadelphia Police Captain Jason Smith said during a news conference Wednesday that police believe Elizalde was not the intended target of the shooters.
North Carolina officials have released the 911 call made by a witness who found the bodies of two North Carolina teenagers reported missing more than a week ago. Lyric Woods, 14, and Devin Clark, 18, were reported missing after the night of Friday, Sept. 16 when their parents discovered they had not returned home. On Sunday afternoon, a man called 911 to report that he'd discovered two bodies in a rural area where there was a power line easement. The two bodies were identified as Woods and Clark