News 2021-12-22T21:49:00Z
Marilyn Manson.

A complete timeline of the sexual and physical assault allegations against shock rocker Marilyn Manson

Women, including former partners, have come forward detailing allegations of sexual, physical, and psychological abuse from the artist.
News 2021-12-22T19:18:22Z
Gary Edwards pictured circled inside the Capitol on January 6.

A woman whose Facebook comments led to her husband's arrest in the Capitol riot said she never dreamed her posts would be used against him

Gary Edwards, of Churchville, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to a year of probation on Monday over his role in the January 6 insurrection.
Crime 2021-12-22T02:24:37Z
Merrybeth Hodgkinson

The body of a Jane Doe buried in Pennsylvania in 1995 has finally been identified using forensic science more than 20 years later

Genealogy research and DNA comparison allowed police and an investigative-genetic-genealogy company to identify the Jane Doe as Merrybeth Hodgkinson.
News 2021-12-21T23:15:30Z

Japan executed 3 death row inmates for the first time since 2019

"Today's abhorrent resumption of executions is a damning indictment of this government's lack of respect for the right to life," said an Amnesty International official.
News 2021-12-21T15:29:30Z

A jury is deliberating complicated child-sex-trafficking charges against Ghislaine Maxwell. Here's what they need to agree on to convict or acquit the Jeffrey Epstein associate.

The accusers at the center of the charges testified that Maxwell brought them to Epstein, who sexually abused them when they were teenagers.
News 2021-12-21T14:50:53Z

Jeffrey Epstein's private jet flight records revealed in Ghislaine Maxwell trial

The logs — made public by prosecutors Monday — include information for hundreds of flights detailing who was traveling with Epstein.
People 2021-12-21T12:46:27Z

A man stole a Salvation Army van filled with $6,000 of toys for needy kids while volunteers were out shopping, police say

The Farmington Police Department said a Salvation Army employee reported the minivan stolen while volunteers were at Walmart.
Crime 2021-12-21T00:50:12Z

Virginia police suspect fourth victim of alleged 'Shopping Cart Killer' could be missing woman from California

Virginia authorities said they believe the alleged suspect met his victims through dating sites and did "unspeakable things with his victims."
News 2021-12-20T19:29:14Z

Ghislaine Maxwell's defense attorney says accusers had their memory 'manipulated' to implicate Maxwell in Jeffrey Epstein's crimes

A lawyer for Maxwell told the jury in closing arguments that her accusers had other motives when they testified Maxwell preyed on them as teenagers.
News 2021-12-20T19:00:03Z

An Ohio man allegedly rented a crane and used it to steal a 58-foot-long bridge from a public park, police say

The 63-year-old man was arrested on Friday and charged with felony theft after police accused him of stealing the bridge.
News 2021-12-20T17:40:51Z

Prosecutors call Ghislaine Maxwell the 'key' to Jeffrey Epstein's child-sex-trafficking operation in closing arguments

Maxwell was instrumental in grooming girls by convincing them that sexual acts and being partially nude around Epstein was normal, prosecutors said.
News 2021-12-20T06:19:44Z

Leaked documents show top DC police blocked the firing of 21 current officers accused of criminal misconduct, report says

A former director of the department's disciplinary division told Reveal they were overruled on nearly two-thirds of all the firings they recommended.
Crime 2021-12-19T19:18:34Z

An Indiana couple saw their houseguest's picture on Facebook and realized he was wanted in a deadly hit-and-run of a child

"I freaked out and jumped up," an Indiana woman said after realizing her guest was wanted by police. "I'm like, 'That's the guy, that's the guy.'"
Health 2021-12-19T12:16:37Z

Homicide is the leading cause of death for pregnant women in the United States, a new study found

Moves to restrict abortion access, seen this year in Texas and Mississippi, could put more vulnerable women at risk, experts fear.
Crime 2021-12-18T11:06:47Z

A man opened his ex-girlfriend's eyelids while she slept to unlock her phone and steal $24,000, reports say

Huang has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison after he broke into his ex-girlfriend's digital wallet to pay off gambling debts.
Crime 2021-12-18T01:11:19Z

Authorities investigating an alleged serial killer in connection with a string of murders in Virginia

Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis said the suspect is believed to have moved victims' bodies with a shopping cart: "Hence, shopping cart killer."
News 2021-12-17T22:52:18Z

Wife of billionaire Glenn Dubin denies having group sex with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell as the British socialite's defense wraps its case

Following testimony from Eva Dubin on Friday, Maxwell told the judge she would not testify, and the defense rested its case after just two days.
News 2021-12-17T19:52:17Z

Kim Potter tearfully apologizes in court for fatally shooting Daunte Wright: "I'm sorry it happened"

"I'm sorry it happened!" an emotional Potter yelled while under cross-examination in Hennepin County District Court. "I'm so sorry!"
News 2021-12-16T21:18:48Z

Chicago allocated $67 million of taxpayer money so far toward settlements over alleged police misconduct

The figure is a part of a total of $80 million in settlements over allegations of city worker misconduct and mistakes between January and August, WLS reported.
News 2021-12-16T15:58:48Z

151 rioters have pleaded guilty for their role in the Capitol insurrection so far. This table is tracking them all.

More than 700 people have been charged with crimes over the Capitol riot on January 6, and 151 have pleaded guilty so far nearly a year later.
News 2021-12-16T15:03:44Z

Ghislaine Maxwell is 'too fragile' to testify at her sex-trafficking trial, according to reports

Maxwell's siblings have said that her condition worsened during her tenure in jail while awaiting trial in Manhattan federal court.
News 2021-12-15T19:20:27Z

Jeffrey Epstein's estate prevented his victims from suing Ghislaine Maxwell

Accusers who took part in the Epstein Victims' Compensation Program signed a release, which Insider obtained, that prevents them from suing Maxwell.
News 2021-12-15T15:45:02Z

A former Houston police captain was indicted and accused of pointing a gun at someone while trying to prove a bogus voter fraud conspiracy theory

The former cop told police that he thought a driver was carrying fraudulent ballots, prosecutors said. It was just an air-conditioning repairman.
News 2021-12-15T15:01:11Z

Capitol riot suspect identified and arrested after he was seen wearing same clothing he wore during insurrection, prosecutors say

The 68-year-old man from Colorado was arrested over the weekend on a slew of charges, according to the US Attorney's Office for Washington, DC.
Crime 2021-12-15T06:08:39Z

3 residents of a senior retirement community in Florida face felony charges for voting twice in 2020 presidential election

Joan Halstead, Jay Ketcik, and John Rider were residents of The Villages in Florida, where some residents have held pro-Trump events.
News 2021-12-14T23:22:52Z

Kim Potter trial: Sergeant testifies that he never heard of an officer accidentally drawing their gun instead of a Taser

Sgt. Mike Peterson teaches Brooklyn Center police officers on how to use their Tasers. He said he never heard of a mistake like Kim Potter's.
News 2021-12-14T22:16:02Z

727 people have been charged in the Capitol insurrection so far. This searchable table shows them all.

Thousands of pro-Trump supporters descended on the US Capitol on January 6. Eleven months later, 727 people have been charged with crimes.
News 2021-12-14T18:40:40Z
News 2021-12-14T15:27:38Z

The judge presiding over the Ghislaine Maxwell trial is a former Obama White House aide who has ruled on cases involving Elon Musk and Harvey Weinstein

Maxwell's sex-trafficking trial is the most high-profile case Nathan has presided over. So far, she's been evenhanded and restrained in the case.
News 2021-12-14T04:24:13Z

Man who has been imprisoned nearly 30 years is unlikely to be released unless he confesses to a murder he says his son committed

A 78-year-old named Joseph Gordon says he dumped a body to protect his son but did not commit the murder, according to The New York Times.
News 2021-12-13T20:28:59Z

'It was like every parent's nightmare': Gabby Petito's family opens up about her life and death in the first trailer for a new documentary on the late YouTuber

"In the flash of a second, she's gone. She's missing," Petito's stepfather, Jim Schmidt, said in the trailer.
Crime 2021-12-12T21:07:01Z
Crime 2021-12-12T15:50:59Z

Woman faces prison after trying to hire an assassin to kill her ex-husband through fake 'Rent-a-Hitman' website, report says

Wendy Wein from Michigan pleaded guilty to a charge of solicitation for murder after using Rent-A-Hitman.com to find someone to kill her ex-husband.
Crime 2021-12-12T14:11:16Z

Ghislaine Maxwell suspects that Jeffrey Epstein was murdered, her brother says

Ian Maxwell told The Spectator's Americano podcast that his sister Ghislaine was innocent of sex trafficking charges.
News 2021-12-11T22:21:44Z

An ex-police sergeant is accused of stealing multiple inmate debit cards and embezzling over $30,000

Authorities have accused Derek Michael Loranger of stealing 10 inmate ATM cards from a Detroit jail, officials said. Loranger resigned in October.
Crime 2021-12-11T15:26:16Z

A California man charged with assaulting police during the Capitol riot has fled the US to Belarus, officials say

Before he wrestled with law enforcement over a barricade, Evan Neumann told Capitol police, "I'm willing to die, are you?" court documents say.
Crime 2021-12-11T15:01:45Z

Dramatic video shows a SUV driven by a 60-year-old woman fleeing police in a wild car chase across a golf course

Indian River County police footage recorded the chase at the Grand Harbor Golf club with the cars racing between golf buggies and astonished golfers.
Crime 2021-12-11T05:27:40Z

A former NFL player was sentenced to over 3 years in prison for getting a fraudulent $1.2 million PPP loan

Former NFL player Joshua Bellamy falsified documents to get the loan for his company Drip Entertainment LLC, the Justice Department said.
News 2021-12-10T23:31:24Z

Epstein accuser Annie Farmer testifies that Ghislaine Maxwell told her to remove her top and gave her a massage when she was 16

Prosecutors rested their sex-trafficking case following Farmer's testimony, in which she said she hopes Maxwell "is held accountable for the harm she's caused."
News 2021-12-10T17:57:42Z

TikTok star Ali Abulaban accused of double murder says he spied on wife, walked in on her cheating in jailhouse interview

Abulaban, who has pleaded not guilty, reportedly told Fox 5 of the encounter: "What do you expect a man to feel?"
News 2021-12-09T23:14:03Z

Paramedic testifies that Daunte Wright had no pulse when he arrived, girlfriend had 'blood coming from her mouth'

Dustin Johnson, an Army combat veteran, described the scene after Kimberly Potter, a Brooklyn Center officer at the time, shot Daunte Wright.
News 2021-12-09T23:03:30Z

Prosecutors are almost done presenting their case at the Ghislaine Maxwell trial — but they just had a terrible day

A star witness' testimony in the case against Maxwell was delayed, and new records shown in court Thursday helped the Jeffrey Epstein associate's defense.
News 2021-12-09T22:53:30Z

Josh Duggar smiles in new booking photo after being convicted of receiving and possessing child pornography

Duggar faces up to 20 years in prison and a fine of $250,000 on each of the charges he was convicted of on Thursday.
News 2021-12-09T20:37:28Z

Prosecutors say Michigan man who bragged on Facebook that he 'fucked those cops up' at the Capitol riot has been arrested

Tim Levon Boughner, 41, wrote on Facebook that he had a "pepper spray fight" with police officers, prosecutors said in the complaint.
News 2021-12-09T18:59:05Z

A complete timeline of Josh Duggar's public fallout from reality-TV stardom to child-pornography conviction

The former "19 Kids and Counting" star was found guilty of receiving and possessing child pornography on December 9, 2021.
News 2021-12-09T16:36:32Z

Former reality-TV star Josh Duggar convicted of child-pornography possession

Prosecutors alleged that Duggar downloaded known child-sexual-abuse material in May 2019 via a computer at his Arkansas car dealership.
News 2021-12-09T15:54:57Z

Oxford High principal told concerned parents there was 'absolutely no threat' at the school weeks before the deadly shooting, lawsuit claims

The school official also made an announcement over the loudspeaker telling students there was no danger, according to the lawsuit.
News 2021-12-09T10:46:30Z

New photo appears to show Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell at the Queen's residence, a visit likely facilitated by Prince Andrew

The picture is one of a large cache of images introduced at Ghislaine Maxwell's trial, and likely dates from Epstein's 1999 visit to Balmoral.
News 2021-12-09T00:39:29Z

Judge orders stay of execution of Oklahoma death row prisoner with schizophrenia

"Wade Lay believes he is being executed as part of a vast government conspiracy aimed at silencing him," an attorney for Wade Lay, said in a statement.
News 2021-12-09T00:29:44Z

Rookie cop testifies that Daunte Wright did not reach for a gun or make any threatening moves before he was shot by ex-officer

Officer Anthony Luckey was being trained the day that Daunte Wright was shot and killed by Kim Potter, who said she thought she grabbed her Taser.
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