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Arrest Warrant Issued for Girls Gone Wild Founder Joe Francis

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Arrest Warrant Issued for Girls Gone Wild Founder Joe Francis

Originally posted 05/20/2015 04:35PM

A federal judge issued an arrest warrant for Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis on Tuesday.

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CEO's 10-Year-Old Son Was Tortured Before Mysterious Fire That Killed 4; Killers May Have Ordered Pizza: Report

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CEO's 10-Year-Old Son Was Tortured Before Mysterious Fire That Killed 4; Killers May Have Ordered Pizza: Report

Originally posted 05/20/2015 03:15PM

CEO Savvas Savopoulos' 10-year-old son Philip may have been tortured before the family's killers set fire to their multimillion-dollar home last Thursday.

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'Kidnapper Mom' Genevieve Kelley Reunites with Husband After 6-Month, Court-Ordered Separation

'Kidnapper Mom' Genevieve Kelley Reunites with Husband After 6-Month, Court-Ordered Separation

Originally posted 05/20/2015 02:55PM

When Genevieve Kelley surrendered to authorities in November after being a fugitive for more than a decade, she had no idea the court would prevent her from seeing her husband Scott as part of her bail conditions.

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Love, Betrayal & Karaoke: Why Angelika Graswald Sang in a Bar After Her Fiancé Disappeared

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Love, Betrayal & Karaoke: Why Angelika Graswald Sang in a Bar After Her Fiancé Disappeared

Originally posted 05/20/2015 02:30PM

Kayaker Angelika Graswald denies murdering her fiancé on the Hudson River. Subscribe now for instant access to her exclusive jailhouse interview, only in PEOPLE.

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Neighbors on Edge After Mysterious Fire at Home of Millionaire CEO Kills 4: 'Everyone Is Scared'

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Washington, D.C., Neighborhood on Edge After Mysterious Mansion Fire Kills 4: 'Everyone Is Scared'

Originally posted 05/20/2015 12:00PM

As police continue to investigate the Washington, D.C., house fire that claimed the lives of a CEO, his wife, their 10-year-old son and a housekeeper, neighbors are terrified that they may be next.

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Woman Accused of Killing Fiancé While Kayaking Shares Her Torment from Jail

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Jailhouse Interviews: Angelika Graswald Shares Torment of Being Accused of Killing Her Fiancé While Kayaking

Originally posted 05/20/2015 10:20AM

Kayaker Angelika Graswald denies murdering her fiancé on the Hudson River. Subscribe now for instant access to her exclusive jailhouse interview, only in PEOPLE.

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Manhattan District Attorney Says He Will Retry Etan Patz Murder Case After Trial Ends in Hung Jury

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Manhattan District Attorney Says He Will Retry Etan Patz Murder Case After Trial Ends in Hung Jury

Originally posted 05/20/2015 09:50AM

Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance has announced his intentions to retry the Etan Patz murder case.

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Witness Who Claims He Saw Natalee Holloway Isn't Telling the Truth, Says Aruba Prosecutor

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Witness Who Claims He Saw Natalee Holloway Isn't Telling the Truth, Says Aruba Prosecutor

Originally posted 05/20/2015 01:40AM

The Aruban prosecutor's office has dismissed a "supposed eyewitness" in the 10-year-old mystery of Natalee Holloway's disappearance, saying the man's account of where he last saw a suspect with the Alabama teen can't possibly be true.

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Prostitute Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter After Injecting Google Executive with a Lethal Dose of Heroin

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California Prostitute Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter After Injecting Google Executive with a Lethal Dose of Heroin

Originally posted 05/19/2015 08:15PM

Alix Tichelman, the California call girl accused of injecting Google executive Forrest Timothy Hayes with a lethal dose of heroin, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and other charges on Tuesday.

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