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He is not in court. He is not even charged with a crime. But looming over the murder trial of a woman accused of strangling an aspiring model and actress in her Santa Monica apartment five years ago is a doctor who once dated the victim. A...
Tags: Prosecution, Justice System, Trials, Lawyers, Chemical Industry
One week after Hope Babel's body was found in the burned-out ruins of her Shoemakersville apartment, Ryan J. Stufflet told an acquaintance, "If something happens with this, I'm going to kill myself," police said Tuesday. Nearly 11 years later, state...
Tags: Prosecution, Nursing Homes, Justice System, Nursing, Allentown
Should the government require companies to label food that contains genetically modified organisms? Last November, California voters rejected a ballot initiative that would require such labeling, but bills that would do so were recently introduced in...
When 16-year-old Steven Soden ran away from a New Jersey campground in 1972 and was never seen again, his family feared he may have become a victim of John Wayne Gacy. Steven's father lived in Chicago and relatives thought he may have headed here and...
Tags: Criminals, Chemical Industry
Angelina Jolie’s Op-Ed in the New York Times about getting a double mastectomy after learning that she was at risk of getting breast cancer struck a chord with fellow celebs as well as with Los Angeles Times staffers Anna Gorman and Paul Whitefield,...
How’s this for spring cleaning? Scientists have discovered that a carnivorous plant deletes so much of its own junk DNA that it has hardly any left. The finding, published online in Nature, hints that such noncoding DNA may not be as important as...
SANFORD — DNA helped send Clemente Javier "Shorty" Aguirre to death row in 2006 for murdering an Altamonte Springs neighbor and her wheelchair-bound mother. Now a team of attorneys hopes to use a new round of DNA tests to set him free. Aguirre,...
Tags: Lake Mary, Justice System, Lawyers, Criminals, Chemical Industry
Amgen Inc. is a biotechnology company that develops medicines used in the treatment of cancer, kidney disease, arthritis, bone disease and other serious illnesses. The Thousand Oaks company's top-selling products include arthritis medication Enbrel,...
Last year, too dry. This year, too wet. Spring planting is never perfect in America's agricultural heartland. The past few growing seasons have been especially challenging. Yet crop yields have held up. One reason: bioengineered seeds, a big improvement...
As a younger man, John Arthur MacLean told secrets of being a successful South Florida home burglar in a book declaring himself a "Superthief." Now 66 and locked in Palm Beach County Jail, the Deerfield Beach felon needs his attorney's help to get out...
Tags: Sex Crimes, Palm Beach County, Fort Lauderdale, Trials, Theft
Ariel Castro, accused of kidnapping and raping three women held captive for years in his Cleveland house, is the father of the child born in captivity to one of the victims, officials said Friday morning. State officials received a DNA sample from...
Channel 2 NewsCharging documents against 22-year-old Victor Enrique Garcia say he told Anchorage police that he described himself in a “dark place” the morning of Jan. 18, when he allegedly killed 21-year-old T.R.E.L. Zawko. On a rainy Saturday afternoon...
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