The camera captured the defendant sexually assaulting her twice a day, on two different occasions. The videos did not capture the totality of the sexual abuse the victim suffered at the hands of the defendant, shared prosecutors
The first global analysis of the shifts in climate conditions across the world’s major cities under climate change paints a dreadful picture of the future of our cities
Jim Bouton, the former New York Yankees pitcher who shocked and angered the conservative baseball world with the tell-all book 'Ball Four' has died at 80 after a long battle with brain disease
There is about a 1-in-10 chance that another 7.0 quake could hit within the next week, said Lucy Jones, a seismologist at the California Institute of Technology and a former science adviser at the U.S. Geological Survey.
Israel Keyes is believed to have murdered 11 people across the United States and revealed the gruesome details to investigators following his arrest in 2012
Authorities used genetic genealogy last year to identify the suspect as William Earl Talbott II, a construction worker and truck driver who was 24 at the time of the killings
The Arizona man says he is "98 percent" convinced the FBI has interviewed the real D. B. Cooper - a U.S. marine corps veteran who had assisted and helped refugees in Vietnam - Sheridan Peterson
US soccer star Megan Rapinoe's comments came just a day after the US leader said it was inappropriate for her to refuse to sing the national anthem or cross her heart while it was being played
25-year-old Francisco Carranza-Ramirez was released from prison last Thursday after serving less than a year for the rape of a White Center, Washington woman, 32, on two separate occasions
She arrived in Italy on Thursday for the first time since an appeals court acquitted her in 2011 in the slaying of her 21-year-old British roommate Meredith Kerche on November 1, 2007
Climate change is projected to increase heat-related mortality in the US, Europe, the Americas, East, and Southeast Asia, Australia, the Middle East, and North Africa
The baseball star was reportedly shot in the back and was taken to the hospital. The shooting occurred in a burglary attempt, his father is reported to have initially said. Police, later on, confirmed it wasn't a robbery.
Twenty two-year-old Samantha Cerio was bound to the wheelchair after her surgeries but she made sure that it didn't stop her from fulfilling her wish.
A nurse wrote on Twitter that the women, aged 23 and 19, went into 'shock' after the DIY method triggered a rush of blood
Numerous cases of extreme weather conditions have hit America in the recent past and has led to loss of life and property in most cases, as revealed in these pictures.
Recompose, a Seattle-based firm is the first to have developed a system that is able to transform a body into soil in about a month. It has come into focus after the state of Washington signed a bill to legalize human composting on May 22.
Washington's eco-friendly governor, Jay Inslee, signed the bill in a bid to cut carbon emissions from burials and cremations
Daisy and Matt Mazzoncini have launched a global campaign to raise awareness about their plight and for the return of their son — three-year-old Kiano
Amazon says it will cover up to $10,000 in startup costs for employees who are accepted into the program and leave their jobs. The company says it will also pay them three months' worth of their salary
A group of aviation experts from nine countries finished their first meeting to review the FAA's approval of the Max, which has been grounded since mid-March after two crashes killed 346 people
With Amazon, Google and other tech companies increasing their hiring in Seattle, the city has more cranes building office towers and apartment buildings than any other in the United States
In New York and elsewhere, lawyers are hard at work recruiting clients to sue the Boy Scouts, alleging they were molested as youths by scoutmasters or other volunteers.
Cierre Wood would reportedly make La'Rayah Davis “run sprints in the apartment, do sit-ups and wall squats" and told police he was “trying to get her on the right path due to her being chunky.”
The White House has at least twice considered a plan to release detained immigrants into "sanctuary cities," three people familiar with the idea confirmed Friday — a plan that critics branded as an effort to use migrants as pawns to go after political opponents
The college athlete has shared that Friday had been her 'final night as a gymnast'. She had been named SEC co-scholar athlete of the year and will be graduating this year with a degree in aerospace engineering.
Regulators would have to approve money invested to ensure it was not tied to criminals. Owners of pot operations would have to live in-state and pass background checks
Letourneau was jailed multiple times for her relationship with Fualaau, but the pair would ultimately persevere and marry one another.
Melania is actually using a lot of her resources to put out good in the world which unfortunately gets overshadowed by the circus that constantly follows her husband Donald Trump
The latest case "shows the cure of Timothy Brown was not a fluke and can be recreated," said Dr. Keith Jerome of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle who had no role. He added that it could lead to a simpler approach that could be used more widely.
According to the local sheriff's office, the duo met in a parking lot between two middle schools to settle their long-running parking spot feud.
Officers were called to a suspected domestic violence incident in Seattle and had to force open the door to the apartment on February 7 at about 3:30 am
The National weather service said that strong gusts hit nearly 70mph in some of the regions during the storm, and the agency has warned of possible coastal flooding in the region.
Searchers discovered 13-year-old Corey Brown's body on January 27, five days after he was reported missing, at the communication tower site at West Iowa Avenue in Marshalltown
Matthew Ficken reportedly killed his real estate agent mother Lorraine Ficken and historian father Robert Ficken on January 10, but waited five days before killing himself
The 63-year-old multi-billionaire is reportedly a big fan of the franchise's burgers and regularly visits when he gets the time.
Former World Series MVP and Texas Rangers closer John Wetteland was arrested in Texas on suspicion of repeated sexual abuse of a child under the age of 14
Jeff Bezos, 54, met MacKenzie, 48, in 1992 when he was working for D.E. Shaw in Manhattan, New York and the two got married a year later in 1993
The family of Ronald Ashley has filed a lawsuit against Amazon after he died of a heart attack caused by stress in 2016 when the company allegedly cut off his disability payments.
A man who fed drugs to a high school student before raping her, ultimately resulting in her death from an overdose, was sentenced to less than three years in prison
Gregory's confession came after he initially told the officials that his mother had dropped him off to school on Friday, but police found out she hadn't been to work that day.
Joshua Horner, a plumber from the town of Redmond in Central Oregon, was convicted on April 12, 2017, for sexually abusing a minor
The area where the car plummeted would have normally served as the perfect place for a family picture but now the once beautiful spot has become a reminder of a terrible tragedy
Reports state that Allen donated the huge amount to a joint fundraising committee, called Protect the House, which shared the funds with multiple GOP candidates
Six-year-old Carter was attacked by boys about the same age as him and the case will not result in a criminal referral
US senator John McCain passes away at the age of 81 years old after he was diagnosed with brain cancer last year
The controller kept in contact with Richard Russell, a horizon Air employee, who hijacked a 76-seater plane on Friday and crashed it later
Tahlequah, who is known as J35, is part of the critically endangered southern-resident killer-whale population which also facing the problem of lack of food such as salmon.
The plane took off at Sea-Tac Airport and crashed near Ketron Island in Pierce County after 'doing stunts in air'
In order to ensure that pollution stays under control, Santa Barbara in Calilfornia is introducing harsher punishments on use of plastic straws
The employee, Nicholas Williams was arrested on July 22 at around 11:30 am from the Sea-Tac Airport, according to KIRO 7.
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