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The Transgender Woman Who Was Beaten In Dallas Last Month Was Fatally Shot

Police said there is no evidence linking Muhlaysia Booker's death to last month's attack.

Mary Ann Georgantopoulos • One month ago

How The NXIVM Whistleblower Uncovered The "Horrible Evil" Of The Alleged "Sex Slave" Cult

Mark Vicente was a loyal follower of Keith Raniere's for more than 10 years until he resigned from the organization and contacted the FBI.

Mary Ann Georgantopoulos • One month ago

A Man In His Seventies Dressed Up As A Clown To Hand Out Candy To Kids On His Birthday. Then The Police Were Called.

"This guy's birthday got ruined," a police spokesperson said. "This is the world we live in now. I understand it, but it's sad."

Mary Ann Georgantopoulos • One month ago

A Former Member Of Alleged Cult NXIVM Testified In Horrifying Detail About Becoming A "Sex Slave"

The woman, who said she was forced to take naked photos of herself, said that one day her father called her and suggested she get her own cloud-based storage account. "I found your medical pictures," he said.

Mary Ann Georgantopoulos • One month ago

Alleged NXIVM Sex Cult Leader Keith Raniere Just Wanted To Create A "Secret Society Of Women," His Attorney Says

Prosecutors say Raniere was a predator who controlled women as "sex slaves." His attorney says he merely taught women how to be vulnerable.

Mary Ann Georgantopoulos • One month ago

Women With High Testosterone Will Be Banned From Competing In Some Track Races, A Court Has Ruled

South African Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya lost her appeal challenging the rule as “discriminatory, unnecessary, unreliable, and disproportionate.”

Mary Ann Georgantopoulos • One month ago

Two People Were Diagnosed With HIV After Getting "Vampire" Facials At A Spa

The clients contracted the same strain of the virus, increasing the likelihood that the two cases resulted from procedures done at the spa, health officials said.

Mary Ann Georgantopoulos • One month ago

The Kansas Supreme Court Ruled That The State's Constitution Protects The Right To Abortion

The court's ruling blocked a 2015 ban on a commonly used second-trimester abortion procedure.

Mary Ann Georgantopoulos • One month ago

A Man Allegedly Killed A 4-Month-Old Baby When He Found Out He Wasn't The Father

The baby had sustained multiple injuries, including a fractured skull and a fractured rib, and had a serious case of pneumonia.

Two 14-Year-Old Girls In Florida Are Accused Of Plotting To Kill 9 People

Delaney Barnes and Solonge Green allegedly detailed their plans in eight pages of handwritten notes kept in a folder titled "Project 11/9."

A Massive Fire At The Notre Dame Cathedral In Paris Caused Catastrophic Damage

The massive blaze, which is now extinguished, knocked down the cathedral's spire. The cause is under investigation, though extensive renovations had been ongoing.

Amber Jamieson • 2 months ago

A Man Was Arrested For Allegedly Throwing A 5-Year-Old From The Third Floor Of The Mall Of America

The child was transported to a local hospital with life threatening injuries.

The Homeless "Good Samaritan" In The Viral GoFundMe Scam Has Been Sentenced To Probation

The GoFundMe campaign, which started around a story of Johnny Bobbitt Jr. giving his last $20 to a woman having car trouble, raised $400,000.

Here Is The First-Ever Image Of A Black Hole

The black hole has a mass 6.5 billion times that of the sun.

Former "Smallville" Actor Allison Mack Pleaded Guilty To Racketeering Charges Ahead Of The NXIVM Sex Cult Trial

“Through it all, I believed that Keith Raniere’s intention was to help people. I was wrong," Allison Mack said in court about the leader of the alleged sex trafficking cult NXIVM.

A Flight Attendant With DACA Was Cleared By Her Airline To Fly To Mexico. She Was Detained By ICE For Over A Month.

The CEO of the airline said her detention was the result of "an administrative error and a misunderstanding."

A Woman Climbed The Statue Of Liberty On The Fourth Of July To Protest Family Separation

The climber, Therese Patricia Okoumou, was eventually apprehended by officers after an hours-long standoff.

Ellie Hall • 11 months ago

The Woman Who Scaled The Statue Of Liberty On The 4th Of July Was Sentenced To Five Years Probation

Therese Patricia Okoumou climbed Lady Liberty last year to protest family separation at the border.