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Mar 27 2023
Florida couple visiting Haiti kidnapped, held for ransom: Family members
A Florida couple has reportedly been kidnapped in Haiti and is being held for hundreds of thousands of dollars in ransom. Jean-Dickens Toussaint, and his wife Abigail Toussaint, both 33, have been held hostage since Saturday, Miami ABC News affiliate WPLG reported. The couple’s niece, who identified herself as Christie but did not provide her last name, said that the couple went to Haiti toLaw & Crime
Mar 27 2023
'Our children deserve better': First lady Jill Biden responds to Nashville mass shooting
WASIHNGTON — First lady Jill Biden said "our children deserve better" as she responded to a mass shooting at a Nashville school Monday that killed seven people including three children. "I am truly without words and our children deserve better," Biden said, opening up remarks at a National League of Cities event in Washington. "We stand, all of us, we stand with Nashville in prayer." PresidentUSA TODAY
Mar 26 2023
Oakland County boy dies after getting out of home, climbing onto neighbor's pool
A 5-year-old Orion Township boy with special needs died Saturday after getting out of his house, county officials said in a news release. The boy was able to climb onto a neighbor's above-ground pool cover, where he was later found, authorities said. Paramedics performed CPR, but the boy later died at a nearby hospital. The boy's grandfather reported that the boy, who had tried to leave homeDetroit News
Sep 07 2022
Judge orders Biden admin to turn over Fauci, Jean-Pierre 'misinformation' emails sent to social media giants
A federal judge in Louisiana ruled Tuesday that the Biden administration has 21 days to turn over all relevant emails sent by White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and Dr. Anthony Fauci to social media platforms regarding alleged misinformation and the censorship of social media content.
The decision by Judge Terry Doughty, who was appointed by former President Trump, came asFox News (Online News)
Aug 30 2022
Brandon Judd: Karine-Jean Pierre is lying about the border and knows media won't cover what's really happening
National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd called out White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Tuesday after she raised eyebrows by claiming migrants are not "just walking in" across the southern border.
"I watch these people walk across the border every single day. We see it. It's disgusting what we're seeing. And she knows exactly what's happening. But she'sFox News (Online News)
Mar 21 2023
Taylorsville woman charged with taking thousands of dollars from injured sister
A Taylorsville woman is facing criminal charges after police say she took tens of thousands of dollars from her sister who had been awarded the money after she was hit by a car. Marcey Jean Heisey, 43, was charged Tuesday in 3rd District Court with unlawful dealing of property by a fiduciary, and financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult, second-degree felonies. Heisey's sister was involvedDeseret News
Mar 20 2023
Biden Sides With Republicans, Blocks DC’s New Crime Law
The D.C. crime law — called the “Council’s Revised Criminal Code Act of 2022” and passed by the D.C. Council — would’ve lowered penalties for a number of violent criminal offenses including carjackings and robberies. House Republicans introduced a disapproval resolution in February to block the law from going into place. Biden previously vowed he would sign the disapproval measure if it cameThe Daily Caller
Mar 23 2023
Trump Rape Case Jury Will Be Anonymous Due to MAGA Threats of Violence
Former President Donald Trump’s persistent threats—and those of his most vicious followers—have prompted a New York federal judge to take the remarkable step of keeping the American public from ever finding out the names of the jurors who will decide whether the real estate tycoon raped the journalist E. Jean Carroll decades ago.
“If jurors’ identities were disclosed, there would be aDaily Beast
Mar 12 2023
Bellingham woman seriously injured after snowmobile crash in Franconia, N.H. - The Boston Globe
A Bellingham woman was seriously injured Saturday afternoon after a snowmobile she was riding unintentionally left the trail on a curve and struck a tree in Franconia, N.H., officials said.
Jessica St. Jean, 43, was driving on the Corridor 11 snowmobile trail in Franconia Notch State Park when the crash occurred, according to a statement Sunday from New Hampshire Fish and Game.The Boston Globe
Mar 17 2023
The True Story Behind Hulu's 'Boston Strangler' Movie
n the wake of a string of popular true-crime adaptations ranging from HBO’s to Netflix’s comes Hulu’s new movie, out March 17. Written and directed by Matt Ruskin ( ), tells the story of 13 women who were murdered in and around Boston in the early 1960s, sometimes referred to as the “Silk Stocking Murders,” from the perspective of the two journalists who broke the story on the connectedTime Magazine