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  • Final Bell council member sentenced

    The four-year corruption case that pushed the tiny town of Bell into the national spotlight and spurred the state to scrutinize the size of all public salaries drew to a close Friday in a largely empty Los Angeles courtroom where a final defendant met his...
  • Theater review: 'Crimes of the Heart' from Theatre Downtown

     Theater review: 'Crimes of the Heart' from Theatre Downtown
    In Beth Henley's "Crimes of the Heart," Meg Magrath has come home to small-town Mississippi to reunite with her sisters — but it's no happy family reunion. Meg has returned to her childhood home to lend a hand to her sister, Babe, arrested after...
  • Film Review: 'Cybernatural'

    A victim of cyberbullying gets her revenge on the teens responsible for her suicide in "Cybernatural," a horror movie distinguished by the device that everything takes place on one character's computer screen. That means the entire story unfolds via...
  • Police Take New Approach To Preventing Domestic Violence

     Police Take New Approach To Preventing Domestic Violence
    Tracy had been threatened, stalked, slapped and beaten by her ex-boyfriend. But it wasn't until a police officer pulled out a form and read a series of questions designed to determine her risk of being killed that she realized the danger she was facing....
  • Police suspect Virginia man shot wife and three kids in murder-suicide

    A family of five was found shot to death in their Virginia home late Sunday in what authorities suspect was a murder-suicide. A relative walked into the Culpeper house around 10 p.m. Sunday and discovered the bodies of the parents, Clarence and Shauna...
  • 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...
  • Why Thursday may have been the strangest bitcoin news day ever

    The purported unmasking of Satoshi Nakamoto by Newsweek on Thursday trumped any other bitcoin news. Whatever else was going on in the world of the world's favorite virtual currency pretty much got ignored. Makes sense.  But to show just how strange...
  • Designer, Mick Jagger's girlfriend dead of apparent suicide

    Designer, Mick Jagger's girlfriend dead of apparent suicide
    L'Wren Scott, a renowned fashion designer and girlfriend to The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, was found dead Monday of an apparent suicide, ABC News is reporting. Scott, a former model whose designs were loved by stars like Angelina Jolie and...
  • Suicide and Older Adults

    Suicide and Older Adults Suicide rates have become noticeably higher in both middle age and older adult populations in the last few years.  According to the National Institutes of Health “white males age 85 and older consistently have had the...
  • Senate advances cyber-bullying bill inspired by Polk suicide

    Senate advances cyber-bullying bill inspired by Polk suicide
    TALLAHASSEE – Florida’s anti-bullying law could be extended beyond the boundaries of schools to online forums under a proposal sparked by a Polk County cyber-bullying case that drew a national media spotlight. Florida already requires public...