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Texas mother missing after watching movie at co-worker's home, police say

Police in Texas are searching for a mother who they say disappeared earlier this month after leaving a co-worker's house in Ennis.

Kansas man sues for refund of church school donation after founder arrested for allegedly touching children: report

A man who donated a hefty sum to a church school in Kansas is suing to get his money back after one of its founders was charged for allegedly touching children.

Texas woman fatally shoots boyfriend while posing for Snapchat photo, police say

A Texas woman was arrested this week after police say she allegedly shot and killed her boyfriend last month while posing for a Snapchat.

‘El Chapo’ paid former Mexican president $100M bribe, court witness claims

A court witness in the ongoing trial of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman testified Tuesday that former Mexican Enrique Peña Nieto was allegedly paid a multi-million bribe by the cartel boss.

Ground Zero art exhibit featuring Saudi flag to be removed from site, officials say

An art exhibit near the World Trade Center in New York will be removed after it received backlash for the inclusion of the Saudi Arabian flag near the 9/11 memorial site.

Texas man detained by ICE accidentally released by police; local officials can’t re-arrest him

A Texas inmate was unintentionally released Tuesday – despite being held on an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer.

Three children in Florida die after locking themselves inside freezer: police

Three children in Live Oak, Fla., died Sunday after they accidentally trapped themselves in a freezer while playing outside, the Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office announced on Monday.

Ohio teen calls cops after father takes away her cell phone

She called police, but didn’t get the answer she was hoping for.

New York gas station manager mowed down by driver who stole $22 worth of fuel, cops say

Authorities launched a dragnet for a driver who was captured on surveillance video mowing down a New York gas station manager and fleeing the scene without paying $22 worth of fuel.  

Youth solitary confinement continues despite ongoing criticism

Advocates push to ban solitary confinement nationally amongst underage inmates.

Convicted Colorado killer Chris Watts’ home to be auctioned

The Colorado home of Chris Watts, who was sentenced in November for killing his pregnant wife and two children, will be put up for auction later this year.

'Miracle on the Hudson' survivors open up about crash’s impact on their lives 10 years later

On Jan. 15, 2009, 150 passengers and three flight attendants aboard Flight 1549 placed their trust on Capt. Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger to get them to safety. On Tuesday, 10 years after surviving the crash dubbed the “Miracle on the Hudson,” they’re still in disbelief they left the plane that day unscathed.

Veteran 'star' DEA agent conspired with Colombia drug cartels to launder more than $7M

A U.S. federal narcotics agent known for his expensive tastes and high-profile drug seizures has been implicated in a multimillion-dollar money-laundering conspiracy that involved the very cartel criminals he was charged with fighting in Colombia.

Up to 30 dogs killed in fire at Chicago-area kennel: ‘A very, very sad scene’

Dozens of dogs were killed after a fire erupted at a Chicago-area kennel on Monday morning.

Authorities warn about sex traffickers luring teens via gaming app, 7 arrested

Two teenage boys were rescued from a squalid Florida mobile home – one of whom had been held captive and repeatedly asexually abused by four men for nearly a year – and six men and a woman were arrested on human trafficking charges, authorities revealed Monday.

Saudi nationals facing criminal charges in Oregon have vanished in recent years, report says

A suspected case of Saudi Arabia helping one of its citizens escape the U.S. after getting charged with a serious crime is reportedly not a one-time occurrence.

911 call reveals moment Jayme Closs escaped alleged kidnapper’s Wisconsin home, sought help

A 911 call released Monday revealed the moment dispatchers were told Jayme Closs had escaped her alleged kidnapper’s Wisconsin home and told a woman walking a dog, “He killed my parents. I want to go home. Help me.”

Veteran Maryland officer accused of rear-ending vehicle while driving drunk, then resisting arrest

A longtime Maryland police officer is now suspended without pay after allegedly rear-ending another vehicle while driving drunk.






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