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Bodies Found as Person of Interest Is Detained in Disappearance of Arizona Couple

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Bodies Found as Person of Interest Is Detained in Disappearance of Arizona Couple

Originally posted 07/02/2015 07:00AM

Police have found what they believe to be the bodies of a Maricopa, Arizona, couple who went missing more than a week ago. The discovery came just hours after police announced that they had detained a "person of interest" in the pair's disappearance.

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Former CNN Anchor Lynne Russell and Husband Involved in Deadly Gun Battle with Robber

Originally posted 07/02/2015 12:45AM

[EMBEDCODE {}] Former CNN anchor Lynne Russell and her husband, former CNN reporter Chuck de Caro, survived a gun battle in an Albuquerque, New Mexico, motel on Tuesday night.

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Sherri Shepherd to Pay $4K Per Month in Child Support for Baby Born Via Surrogate: Report | Sherri Shepherd

Sherri Shepherd to Pay $4K Per Month in Child Support for Baby Born Via Surrogate: Report

Originally posted 07/01/2015 03:05PM

After nearly a year of battling it out in court, Sherri Shepherd has finally settled her nasty divorce with Lamar Sally and the fight for financial responsibility over their baby born via surrogate last summer.

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New York Prison Investigated for Possible Drug Ring and Corruption After Convicted Murderers' Escape: Source

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New York Prison Investigated for Possible Drug Ring and Corruption After Convicted Murderers' Escape: Source

Originally posted 07/01/2015 02:25PM

Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York is being investigated for a possible drug ring and more, PEOPLE confirms.

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Trust Betrayed: Michigan Cancer Doctor Poisoned Patients for Profit

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Michigan Oncologist Faces Life in Prison After Poisoning Patients for Profit

Originally posted 07/01/2015 01:30PM

Patricia Hester was at work when a co-worker spotted her oncologist on the news. Dr. Farid Fata, a renowned Michigan doctor specializing in cancer, was arrested for fraud.

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Donald Trump: Suing Univision Is 'Part of My Campaign' | Donald Trump

Donald Trump: Suing Univision Is 'Part of My Campaign'

Originally posted 07/01/2015 12:55PM

As if running for president of the United States of America wasn't enough, now Donald Trump has added a multimillion-dollar lawsuit to his 2015 to-do list.

Following the massive fallout from comments he made about Mexican immigrants during his candidacy announcement, Spanish-language network Univision quickly broke ties with Trump's Miss Universe Organization – followed by NBC and Macy's – leading the real estate tycoon to announce a $500 million lawsuit against Univision on Tuesday.

"We have a very strong lawsuit," Trump tells PEOPLE. "We had a binding contract that they illegally broke."

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Boy Found Dead in a Swing Was Alive When He Was Put There 2 Days Earlier, Cops Say

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Boy Found Dead in a Swing Was Alive When He Was Put There 2 Days Earlier, Cops Say

Originally posted 07/01/2015 12:50PM

Police have ruled the death of 3-year-old Ji'Aire Donnell Lee a homicide more than a month after he was found dead in a swing at a Maryland park.

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Toyota Exec Steps Down After Arrest for Illegally Importing Oxycodone into Japan

Toyota Exec Steps Down After Arrest for Illegally Importing Oxycodone into Japan

Originally posted 07/01/2015 12:30PM

Julie Hamp, Toyota's first female managing officer, stepped down on Wednesday after she was arrested for allegedly bringing illegal drugs into Japan.

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Los Angeles Firefighter Gets Jail Time for Beating Woman Who Was Feeding Stray Cats

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Los Angeles Firefighter Gets Jail Time for Beating Woman Who Was Feeding Stray Cats

Originally posted 07/01/2015 12:00PM

A Los Angeles firefighter was sentenced Tuesday to 180 days in jail for beating a woman who was feeding stray cats.

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New York Woman Left Her 4-Year-Old Son Tied to a Bush as a Time-Out: Cops

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New York Woman Left Her 4-Year-Old Son Tied to a Bush as a Time-Out: Cops

Originally posted 07/01/2015 09:00AM

A New York woman was arrested Tuesday after neighbors found her son tied to a bush outside the apartment where she was babysitting other children.

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