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19 Seriously Scary Documentaries That’ll Scare The Hell Out Of You

You'll never relax again.<p><b>WARNING: Many of the films on this list are incredibly disturbing. Please continue and watch each film with discretion.</b>

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Ex-cop pleads guilty to murdering Oregon woman found in suitcase | Reuters

MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - A former Wisconsin police officer accused of killing two women, stuffing their bodies into suitcases and dumping them on a rural road pleaded guilty on Monday to murder in one of the cases, online court records showed.<p>Steven Zelich, 54, entered guilty pleas in Kenosha County …


Justices extend bar on automatic life terms for teenagers

WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 1,000 prison inmates, some behind bars more than 50 years for murders they committed as teenagers, will get a chance to seek their freedom under a Supreme Court decision announced Monday.<p>The justices voted 6-3 to extend an earlier ruling from 2012 that struck down …

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Alabama carries out 1st execution in more than 2 years

ATMORE, Ala. (AP) — A man convicted of the 1992 rape and beating death of a woman received a lethal injection Thursday evening in Alabama's first execution in more than two years.<p>Christopher Eugene Brooks, 43, was pronounced dead at 6:38 p.m. at the Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore, …

U.S. Supreme Court

Azerbaijan attacks Amal Clooney over support for jailed journalist

Pro-state media accuse human rights lawyer of harbouring vendetta for taking Khadija Ismayilova’s case to European court. Eurasianet reports<p>British human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has sparked outrage in Azerbaijan by taking on the case of jailed investigative journalist Khadija …


Litvinenko case: UK inquiry says Putin probably approved ex-spy's killing

<b>London (CNN) —</b> Russian President Vladimir Putin probably approved the operation by Russian agents to kill former FSB spy Alexander Litvinenko in 2006, a detailed UK inquiry has concluded.<p>Retired High Court Judge Robert Owen, who conducted the inquiry, wrote that he was "sure" that two former …


Judge says Facebook tagging violates protective orders

You don't have to physically get close to a person or to call and text them to end up violating a protection order. According to Acting Westchester County Supreme Court Justice Susan Capeci, tagging the victim, which sends them a notification, is enough to breach the order and ultimately land the …

Social Media

Across Europe, more people are dying than being born

Demographers have a name for when a population has more deaths than births: “Natural decrease.” It’s rarely discussed because “it is unusual in the modern era,” according to a recent research paper, but that’s about to change as natural decrease is becoming increasingly common across Europe, and in …


Judoka Guusje Steenhuis dreigt Rio te missen

Guusje Steenhuis vreest de Olympische Spelen dit jaar in Rio de Janeiro mis te lopen. De judoka uit Grave voelt zich het slachtoffer van een …


Dakar Rally: Toby Price wins motorcycle division in Australian first, three years after breaking neck

Toby Price has become the first Australian to win any category of the gruelling Dakar Rally, taking out the motorcycle division in this year's race …

Ex-Fiancée of Making a Murderer Subject Says He's Guilty, Calls Him "a Monster"

Jodi Stachowski said Steven Avery is "the one person I can't trust."<p>In a shocking new interview, the former fiancée of <i>Making a Murderer</i> subject Steven Avery said she believes he is guilty, and detailed a history of abuse and violence at his hands.<p>Avery had previously spent 18 years in prison for …


Boy Who Survived ‘Jewish Terror Attack’ Does Not Know Family Died

TEL AVIV, Israel — “Where are my parents? Where is my brother?”<p>Four-year-old Ahmad Dawabseh constantly asks his grandfather those questions — but his grandfather cannot answer.<p>That’s because specialists at Sheba Medical Center advise the 51-year-old not to tell Ahmad that his father, mother and …