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A pregnant mother of three died after a head-on collision with a boxing champion suspected of driving drunk in California — all while the woman was talking to her husband on speakerphone, according to reports. Krystil Kincaid, 29, of San Jacinto, was driving a Chrysler minivan in Hemet at about 8:30 p.m. Sunday when a... Continue reading
Nearly two months after a referee was found dead inside a cockfighting ring outside Miami, the murder of a man known as “The Russian” among fans of the bloody sport remains unsolved — and no one wants to talk. Detectives from the Miami-Dade Police Department found the body of Jose Raudel Garcia — known as... Continue reading
One of the FBI’s most wanted terrorists — a convicted cop-killer and fugitive now believed to be living in Cuba — has some money headed her way from North Carolina after a county-brokered land deal. Joanne Deborah Chesimard, aka Assata Shakur, was cut a check for $15,351 by the Superior Court Clerk of New Hanover... Continue reading
The CIA published a trove of declassified documents online for the first time this week — including reports from as far back as the 1940s on topics like the Cold War, thousands of pages of daily briefings from two presidential administrations and eerie, unexplained UFO sightings. Roughly 930,000 documents – more than 12 million pages in... Continue reading
The commissioner of agriculture in Texas is doubling-down on his penchant for spreading fake news online, saying he’ll continue sharing stories that his 340,000 Facebook followers will need to determine whether they’re “news, satire, or something else.” Sid Miller said he had news of his own to share with the Texas Tribune and their “liberal elite... Continue reading
More than 50 years after President John F. Kennedy was gunned down in Dallas, new evidence uncovered in the secret diaries of a Cold War spy and assassin implicates another clandestine believed to be working as a double agent for Cuba, an explosive new... Continue reading