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  • Man killed in possible 'suicide by cop' after stabbing a baby to death

    Man killed in possible 'suicide by cop' after stabbing a baby to death
    A man was fatally shot by an officer in Folsom after he stabbed a 6-month-old baby to death and seriously injured the child's mother, police said. Because of a statement he made before the stabbing, investigators believe the man, whose name has not been...
  • Film Review: '37: A Final Promise'

    Although it slyly teases its audience with hints of paranormal activity in the early going, "37: A Final Promise" gradually emerges an old-fashioned tearjerker set to a goth-rock soundtrack. Commercial prospects appear extremely iffy for Randall...
  • Former New Jersey Republican official shot dead in apparent murder-suicide

    A former New Jersey Republican official who once worked with Governor Chris Christie was found dead along with her husband inside their home, officials said on Friday, in what appeared to be a murder-suicide. Police discovered the bodies of Joan Bramhall...
  • Police: Breinigsville woman killed by train in Topton committed suicide

    A 44-year-old Breinigsville woman who was struck by a train in Topton Friday night committed suicide, according to state police at Reading. Investigators identified the victim as Paula Louise Theres, whose last known address was on Siegfriedale Road....
  • Film Review: 'About Alex'

    A pleasant, not particularly inspired entry in that overstuffed subgenre of "Big Chill" knockoffs, "About Alex" stages a bittersweet reunion for six old college friends (plus one tag-along) after one of them attempts suicide. That the attempt proves...
  • Film Review: 'Hin und weg'

    Hannes and his friends have an annual tradition of trekking across Europe, but this summer, the itinerary is different: Hannes has been diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, and he's decided to turn the group's traditional road trip into one last bonding...
  • Former Chris Christie associate shot dead in apparent murder-suicide

    A former New Jersey Republican official who once worked with Gov. Chris Christie was found dead along with her husband inside their home, officials said on Friday, in what appeared to be a murder-suicide. Police discovered the bodies of Joan Bramhall and...
  • REVIEW: First Look Repertory in the Steppenwolf Garage

    REVIEW: First Look Repertory in the Steppenwolf Garage
    The three plays in Steppenwolf's ninth annual First Look Repertory share something beyond their official status as developmental productions grown through the theater's new-work program. Each provides a snapshot of female characters who have been...
  • Tunneling under 'Triangle of Death,' Islamic State nears Baghdad from south

    Tunneling under 'Triangle of Death,' Islamic State nears Baghdad from south
    Using secret tunnels built by Saddam Hussein and rough terrain to outfox Iraqi troops, Islamic State insurgents are getting dangerously close to Baghdad with the support of heavily-armed Sunni tribesmen, Iraqi security and intelligence officials said....
  • Farmer suicides reflect growing desperation in rural India

    The day before his little sister's engagement party, Vibhishan Tapse was in a buoyant mood. He laughed with his mother and teased the bride-to-be as they prepared food and set out sweets for 200 guests who would begin arriving the next morning. Months...
  • STAP stem cell controversy ends in suicide for Japanese scientist

    A Japanese scientist who played an instrumental role in two discredited studies about a new type of stem cells hanged himself at his research institute in Kobe, according to media reports there. Yoshiki Sasai, a deputy director of the RIKEN Center for...