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Man 'Inadvertently' Trades $50,000 Worth of Lunch Meat for Crack Cocaine

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Man 'Inadvertently' Trades $50,000 Worth of Lunch Meat for Crack Cocaine

Originally posted 04/23/2015 02:45PM

An Arkansas truck driver was sentenced on Monday for trading a tractor-trailer packed with $50,000 worth of lunch meat for an undisclosed amount of crack cocaine.

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Why Two of the Cleveland Kidnapping Survivors Don't Speak with Third Victim Michelle Knight

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Why Cleveland Kidnapping Survivors Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus Don't Speak with Fellow Victim Michelle Knight

Originally posted 04/23/2015 02:40PM

It has been at least a year since the three women who were bound by chains and a horrific experience have spoken.

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On the Run for More than 40 Years, a Fugitive Finally Turns Himself In – to Get Medical Attention

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On the Run for More than 40 Years, a Fugitive Finally Turns Himself In – to Get Medical Attention

Originally posted 04/23/2015 12:30PM

Four decades ago, Clarence David Moore escaped from a North Carolina prison while serving an 11-year sentence for larceny. And on Monday, he finally turned himself in, desperate for medical attention.

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Convicted Drug Dealer Indicted in Murder of Fox Executive Gavin Smith

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Convicted Drug Dealer Indicted in Murder of Fox Executive Gavin Smith

Originally posted 04/23/2015 11:55AM

John Creech, the man long suspected in the disappearance of Fox executive Gavin Smith, was indicted Wednesday for his murder.

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Rand Paul's Son Cited for DUI

Rand Paul's Son Cited for DUI

Originally posted 04/23/2015 08:10AM

The 22-year-old son of presidential hopeful Rand Paul was cited for DUI in Kentucky last weekend after he crashed into the back of a parked car.

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Presidential Shooter John Hinckley Jr. Has a Girlfriend: Reports

Presidential Shooter John Hinckley Jr. Has a Girlfriend: Reports

Originally posted 04/23/2015 12:00AM

John Hinckley Jr., the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has reportedly got a girlfriend.

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2 Sons of Best-Selling Crime Writer Ann Rule Accused of Fleecing Ailing Mom Out of $100K

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True Crime Writer Ann Rule's 2 Sons Stole $100,000 from Ailing Mom, Prosecutors Say

Originally posted 04/22/2015 06:15PM

Washington state authorities have accused two sons of best-selling true crime writer Ann Rule of theft and forgery, alleging they swindled their mother out of more than $100,000.

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Nine Indicted in Great Kentucky Bourbon Heist

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Officials Say They've Solved the Great Kentucky Bourbon Heist of 2013

Originally posted 04/22/2015 04:45PM

Officials believe they have finally busted those responsible for the great Kentucky bourbon heist of 2013.

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Cleveland Kidnapping Survivor Gina DeJesus Recalls Playing Russian Roulette with Her Captor

Cleveland Kidnapping Survivor Gina DeJesus Recalls Playing Russian Roulette with Ariel Castro

Originally posted 04/22/2015 04:00PM

There were times when Gina DeJesus didn't know if she would survive another day of being tortured by her captor Ariel Castro.

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Nazi Guard Testifies About Taking Auschwitz Victims' Money: 'They Didn't Need It Anymore'

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Nazi Guard Testifies About Taking Auschwitz Victims' Money: 'They Didn't Need It Anymore'

Originally posted 04/22/2015 11:35AM

The trial for a former guard at Auschwitz, who's charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder, began in Lüneburg, Germany on Tuesday with testimony that drew audible gasps from the assembled audience.

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