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  • Robert Durst, featured on HBO's 'The Jinx,' says he 'killed them all'

    Real estate heir denied bail after being charged with first degree murder

    A Louisiana judge ruled Monday that Robert Durst, the millionaire real estate heir charged with first-degree murder, will be held without bail. That’s no big surprise. In 2001 — the last time he was accused of murder and released on bail — Durst fled to Pennsylvania, where authorities caught him after he tried to shoplift a sandwich from a supermarket. As the attorneys sparred in court and witnesses testified Monday, they revealed new details about the investigation that led to […]

  • Apples are on display at a grocery store in Atlanta, Georgia. Red fruits like an apple can be some of the healthiest foods to eat. The deeper the color, the more effective they are at helping turn off obesity genes. Studies have shown they can help regulate glucose tolerance and insulin.
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    Family makes disturbing discovery after biting into fresh apples

    FALLBROOK, Calif. – Police in California are trying to figure out how dangerous objects ended up in fresh fruit. “How could someone do this kind of thing?” asked Can Nguyen. Nguyen was eating an apple that he purchased from a grocery store and found a needle lodged inside it. “My mom came into my room with the apple, ‘Look what your dad found.’ The kids were running around, ‘There’s a needle in the apple,” said Sandra Nguyen. Sandra says they […]

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    “Tell fire to hurry,” Body cam captures heart-pounding rescue of boy from burning home

    GRIFFIN, Ga. – On January 1, police officers in Griffin, Georgia started wearing body cameras. Just months later, footage from one officer’s body camera is gaining national attention. Sgt. Joe Hudson, with the Griffin Police Department, was the first person to respond to a kitchen fire earlier this month. When he arrived, he was met by the homeowner who told him that a 3-year-old was still in the home. When he realized there was still a child in the burning […]

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    Utah to allow firing squads for executions

    UTAH — Utah’s governor signed a bill Monday that brings back firing squads as a potential way to execute some death row prisoners. Lethal injection remains the primary method for carrying out executions in the state, Gov. Gary R. Herbert said in a statement. A firing squad would only be used in the event the necessary drugs cannot be obtained. “Those who voiced opposition to this bill are primarily arguing against capital punishment in general and that decision has already […]

  • David Haines

    As ISIS threats online persist, military families rethink online lives

    An online group claiming affiliation with Islamic State terrorists has threatened American military members and their families in the past, and over the weekend, a new threat surfaced on the Web. A group calling itself the Islamic State Hacking Division posted the names, photos and addresses of about 100 U.S. troops online, calling for attacks against them. The file, posted online Saturday before being removed, claimed to have hacked military databases and said it was leaking 100 names “so that […]

  • Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity House

    Police: No ‘substantive basis’ to support UVA rape story in Rolling Stone

    Charlottesville Police said Monday that investigators found no “substantive basis” to support a University of Virginia female student’s story that she was raped at the Phi Kappa Psi house, an account that Rolling Stone published last November. “Jackie” told the magazine that in late September 2012, she was assaulted at the house, the article said. Police Chief Tim Longo noted that just because police found no evidence to support her account, “That doesn’t mean that something terrible didn’t happen to […]

  • Washington Redskins

    NFL drops TV blackout rule

    NEW YORK — The National Football League is dropping its blackout rule for the 2015 season. The rule prevents games from being broadcast in a team’s home market if the tickets aren’t sold out. It’s been around since the 1950’s, when NFL games were first televised. Roughly one game out of ten was blacked out under the rule as recently as 2004, and in 1996 it was one out of three games. But there were no games blacked out last […]

  • Point Reyes Collapse

    California cliff collapse: 1 killed when rock gives way

    CALIFORNIA — One person died and another was severely injured after a cliff collapsed on the Pacific Coast north of San Francisco, the National Park Service said. The two people fell about 70 feet (21 meters) Saturday when part of the Arch Rock overlook at Point Reyes National Seashore gave way. The day before the collapse, the Point Reyes National Seashore had posted a photo on Facebook of a fissure in the rock structure — with a warning to use […]

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    Battle over license plate design heads to Supreme Court

    AUSTIN, Texas – The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether the government or individual drivers control the message on a license plate. “This plate is about the men who fought for their country,” said Marshall Davis. Davis is a spokesperson for the Sons of Confederate Veterans. He says they want a license plate to honor those who fought in the Civil War. “We would like to honor our ancestors, the same as Vietnam veterans are honored with Texas plates, Korean […]

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    “I wasn’t put in jail for touching little kids,” Sex offender hired as Easter bunny at mall

    GREENSBURG, Pa.  – Parents in Pennsylvania are demanding answers after learning that a registered sex offender worked as the Easter bunny at a mall. “I can understand, you know, where they’re coming from, about them being upset. But what a lot of people need to realize is, you know, I wasn’t put in jail for touching little kids,” said Michael Jacobs. “My case, it revolved around having consensual sex when I was a teenager myself with another teenager.” Jacobs was […]

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    Man says ‘ISIS’ tattoo cost him his job, insists tattoo isn’t for terrorist organization

    MASTIC, N.Y. – A New York man says he was fired for having the word “ISIS” tattooed on his lip, but he insists the tattoo isn’t for the terrorist organization. Kirk Soccorso was a tool demonstrator at Home Depot for about six months. One day, he says he showed some coworkers his tattoo of the word “ISIS” on the inside of his bottom lip. Soccorso says his ex-girlfriend’s name is Isis and the tattoo was for her. “She had this […]