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  • 15-Year-Old Allegedly Decapitated Missing Classmate in ‘Horrific, Horrific Murder’

    Lee Manuel Viloria-Paulino walked out the door of his house on the night of Nov. 18 — and was never seen alive again. On Saturday, weeks after his disappearance, one of Lee’s classmates at Lawrence High School in Lawrence, Massachusetts, was arrested and charged with allegedly murdering and decapitating the 16-year-old, PEOPLE confirms. “This was a horrific, horrific murder,” Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett said at a news conference on Saturday.

    People
  • In 2005, a U.S. Navy Sub Ran Into a Mountain

    In 2005, the nuclear attack submarine USS San Francisco suddenly stopped dead in its tracks. The ship's crew were thrown about, some over distances of 20 feet, and the majority of the 137-member crew suffered one injury or another—including one that would later prove fatal. Further inspection would explain what happened, and reveal that the submarine's bow looked like a crushed soda can. USS San Francisco had run into an undersea mountain. On that day, January 8, 2005, the San Francisco had been approximately 360 miles southeast of Guam, traveling at flank speed (more than 30 knots). The navigational charts used by the ship's crew failed to show a seamount, or undersea mountain, protruding from

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  • No bail for 15-year-old charged with decapitating classmate

    LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) — A 15-year-old boy charged with killing a high school classmate whose headless body was found near a river said in a police report made public Monday that they had gone to smoke marijuana together and he had last seen the classmate alive.

    Associated Press
  • Self-made millionaire: If you want to get rich, start working 95 hours a week

    Stop doing the 9-to-5 and start doing 95, advises businessman Grant Cardone.

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  • For $56,000, You Can Have a Hellcat-Powered Wrangler

    On top of the purchase price of the vehicle.

    The Drive
  • Indian Navy frigate flips over in dock, killing 2

    An enormous Indian Navy frigate tipped over on its side on Monday, killing two people and leaving 14 others injured.

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  • If Your Child Is Sitting Like This, Here's Why You Need to Stop Them Now

    My daughter's just over a year old, so there's really not much she's doing "wrong" yet. (Trust me, like all of us, she'll get there.) If she smacks our family pet, it's less hostility and more that she doesn't have full control of her arms. If she throws her food, it's not an act of insubordination but just her method of communicating that she's done eating. So, when a family member alerted me to something my child was doing that she needed to stop at once, I was taken aback. Especially because, at that particular moment, she wasn't stealing her playmate's toys or eating an expensive coaster as she's sometimes known to do. She was just sitting there. Turns out, the way she was sitting — with

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  • Anna Kendrick Makes A Striking Point While Discussing Last Tango Rape Scene

    Over the weekend, an old video surfaced of Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci admitting that the infamous rape scene in Last Tango In Paris was planned without the consent of actress Maria Schneider. Anna Kendrick responded to Evans, pointing out that actress Maria Schneider had said the scene was done without her consent, but her allegations were largely ignored. Kendrick said in a tweet, "Ms Schneider stated this several years ago.

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