Padres de dos jóvenes agredidos en una escuela de Pasadena hicieron una dura denuncia en la que pidieron desterrar a los violentos.
Family Slams Florida Court’s Decision To Accept Plea Deal With No Jail Time For College Student Who Killed Couple, Chewed On Victim’s Face
A Florida judge accepted a former college student’s plea deal Monday for the random 2016 killing of a well-loved couple, allowing the now 25-year-old to plead guilty by reason of insanity and avoid jail time. Austin Harrouff — who was found by police chewing off one of the victim’s faces — will now be sent to a secure mental health facility until doctors and a judge determine that he is no longer a danger to society, according to Florida news station WPLG. Circuit Judge Sherwood Bauer made the d
Jesse James’ wife, Bonnie Rotten, just went OFF on him on her Instagram Story and it is truly shocking. The 29-year-old former adult actress posted and then deleted several stunning and unexpected allegations against her husband. James was previously married to actresss Sandra Bullock, but was accused of cheating on her, and the famous couple […]
The Today show weather anchor, 68, is back in the hospital and had been treated for blood clots in his leg and lungs
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Democratic Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairwoman Jeanne Shaheen shut down Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's questions about President Biden's role in the 2016 firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor.
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Ashton Kutcher and his twin brother, Michael Kutcher, sit down for their first joint interview on Paramount+’s ‘The Checkup With Dr. David Agus.’ The actor has an emotional discussion with his twin brother, who was born with cerebral palsy, and had a heart transplant. The first three episodes of ‘The Checkup With Dr. David Agus’ will debut on Dec. 12.
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Republican candidate’s reference to his out-of-state home opens him to same attacks that dogged Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania
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The singer-songwriter was responsible for some of the group's biggest hits like "Don't Stop" and "Little Lies"
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As his father drove from California toward Nevada, repeating prayers while wearing a football helmet, a 12-year-old boy made an emergency call from the passenger seat, telling dispatchers he was concerned about his safety.
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A quick-thinking military veteran at a Georgia food bank grabbed his gun and helped police stop a man who was fleeing officers through the parking lot.
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Authorities have not identified a suspect in the murders of four college students, but some experts say detectives shouldn't discount the killer potentially being an "incel."
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Some teams are still within striking distance.
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Cochise County supervisors are holding out on certifying voters' election results, which would help Democrats, and Katie Hobbs is fighting them.
The Prince and Princess of Wales will spend three days in Boston leading up to the second annual Earthshot Prize Awards ceremony
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Leading up to the attack, he began sending her threatening texts, police said.
"My German Friends Couldn't Hide Their Disgust": People Are Sharing Things That Are Totally Normal To Americans That Are Actually Bizarre To The Rest Of The World
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The board concluded its meeting by moving to authorize negotiations for Superintendent Brennan Asplen's resignation with severance on Tuesday.
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After Tiger Woods addressed the media Tuesday before his Hero World Challenge, Phil Mickelson took to Twitter to respond to comments.
Leaders in Volusia County are looking into a mystery.
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Eat your heart out, Bo Callahan. The fictional first overall pick in Draft Day raised red flags for the Cleveland Browns because he had no teammates at his 21st birthday party. The very real quarterback of the Denver Broncos did slightly better, for his 34th. Via Mike Klis of 9News.com, Ciara threw a birthday party for [more]
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