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Chicago weekend gun violence leaves at least 10 shot, 4 fatally across the city

February 15, 2021

At least four people have been killed and six others wounded in shootings across Chicago so far this weekend. In the latest deadly attack, a man was fatally shot early Sunday in Austin on the West Side. Officers found the 37-year-old laying on the ground about 12:20 a.m. in the 5900-block of West Bloomingdale Avenue […]

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Roselle woman, 22, Snapchats herself pouring boiling water on her sleeping boyfriend

February 3, 2021

A 22-year-old woman allegedly poured boiling water on her boyfriend while he slept at their Roselle apartment, causing burns that required skin graft surgery. After Alexis Sykes dumped the boiling water on him early Jan. 2, she went to SnapChat and described watching his skin fall off his arms, according to the DuPage County state’s […]

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Woman who slit throat of girl in park found not guilty of murder

December 4, 2020

A woman has been found not guilty of murdering a seven-year-old girl who had her throat slit in a park. Little Emily Jones was killed as she ran towards her mum on Mother’s Day this year. She had been playing on her scooter in Queen’s Park, Bolton, on March 22. The youngster was shouting to […]

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Doctor can’t rule out sexual assault on British girl, 15, found dead in Malaysia

November 30, 2020

A pathologist has said he cannot rule out the possibility that a British schoolgirl found dead near a Malaysian jungle resort was the victim of a sex attack. The body of 15-year-old Nora Quoirin was found 10 days after she went missing in the Dunsun rainforest resort in Malaysia. Nathaniel Cary, who is British and […]

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Girl, 8, electrocuted by faulty christmas decorations on public square

November 30, 2020

A schoolgirl has been killed at a Christmas lights switch-on when she was struck by a high-voltage blast of electricity, as she stood with her family. Julia Franco was photographed moments before she was electrocuted, happily enjoying the festivities in Caldas Novas, Brazil at the weekend. The eight-year-old touched a piece of exposed metal, unaware […]

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The Great Reset-Biden presidency first conspiracy theory

November 26, 2020

Joe Biden isn’t president yet. But his incoming White House already has its first conspiracy theory to deal with. It goes by the tag the “Great Reset” and under its construct a wild dystopian future is in store. The coronavirus pandemic is merely a means to enslave humanity and end capitalism. Biden’s “Build Back Better” slogan is […]

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Computer forensic analysts celebrate 10-year joint alive day

November 23, 2020

Two U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) computer forensic analysts are preparing to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their joint Alive Day. Wondering what an Alive Day is? An Alive Day is the anniversary of the date when a veteran almost lost their life in combat. Justin Gaertner, of HSI Tampa […]

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Uber’s Black employee base has decreased, despite commitment to anti-racism

November 21, 2020

Uber today released its latest diversity report, showing a decline in the overall representation of Black employees in the U.S. despite an increased focus on racial justice this year in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd. In 2019, Uber was 9.3% Black while this year, only 7.5% of its employees are Black. Uber attributes […]

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Dying man confesses in phone call to police about committing grisly murder 25 years ago

November 21, 2020

Johnny Dwight Whited was said to be remorseful when he told police he wanted to get the murder off his chest. The 53-year-old said he shot Christopher Alvin Dailey in the head. Johnny Dwight Whited “wanted to get it off his chest” according to officers, who say he phoned them and admitted shooting 26-year-old Christopher […]

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$90K theft preceded Colts Neck mansion massacre, lawsuit says

November 21, 2020

The New Jersey man accused of slaughtering his brother’s family before setting their home on fire had allegedly been stealing their kids’ college funds, according to reports. Paul Caneiro, who faces trial next year for the horrific slayings of his younger brother Keith, sister-in-law Jennifer and their two young kids, had been appointed trustee of the children’s […]

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