Feb 12, 2016
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A judge cleared the way Thursday for a New Mexico teenager who shot and killed his parents and three younger siblings to be sentenced as a juvenile and released from state custody by the time he turns 21 after the teen's attorneys argued he could be psychologically rehabilitated.
A Canadian man solved his own cold case — by suddenly remembering his identity 30 years after he disappeared. Edgar Latulip was 21 years old when he vanished from a group home in Kitchener, Ontario, in September 1986. The last time his mom, Sylvia Wilson, saw her son, he was in a hospital after a failed suicide attempt, and cops figured Wilson, who has the cognitive abilities of a child, traveled to Niagara Falls to kill himself. His mom suspected foul play, thinking for decades that he may have been abused because of his mental illness, or accidentally killed and his body hidden, she told The Guelph Mercury. “When Edgar disappeared, I became quite sick. I had to take a leave of absence from
Justin Bieber wasted no time in confirming his romance with Hailey Baldwin earlier this year, taking to his Instagram page to share a photo of himself sharing a smooch with the gorge nineteen-year-old model.
The actress dressed to impress a night before her 47th birthday.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) had a terse...
It’s turning into a tough week for WWE boss Vince McMahon. Shares of his entertainment company got slammed on Thursday after it revealed subscribers to its over-the-top WWE Network slipped to 1.22 million in the fourth quarter from 1.23 million the previous quarter. Investors, who expected growth, ran for the exits and drove WWE shares down nearly 10 percent in early afternoon trading before they recovered to close at $14.94, down 5.1 percent. This week, investors, focusing on subscriber troubles, also drove down the shares of Disney, Viacom, Twitter and Time Warner. The weak subscriber numbers masked an otherwise solid quarter for WWE, as revenue gained 18 percent and its adjusted net income
North Carolina revealed early results on Tuesday from a round of drug tests given to those applying for or living with the help of welfare. From the 7,600 recipients and applicants given an initial screening, social workers referred only 2% for drug testing. That amounted to 89 people. Of those 89, 21 people tested positive for drugs, representing less than 0.3% of the total number of those screened. See also: 6 welfare myths we all need to stop believing Social workers decide who to test based on drug history. Anyone who has used drugs in the past year or was convicted of a felony drug crime in the past three years gets tested. If adult applicants and recipients miss an appointment or test positive
A huge asteroid which sailed safely past Earth had an unusual hitchhiker - which internet conspiracy fans claim is clearly an alien spacecraft. The tiny, disc-like object was observed using a massive radar array, NASA’s Deep Space Network in Goldstone California. Tireless alien hunter Scott C Waring of UFO Sightings Daily says, ‘Below, you see the close up view of the UFO that is orbiting asteroid 2004 BL86 right now.
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