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MEDIA ADVISORY FOR TUESDAY JUNE 30, 2011
KINGS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY CHARLES J. HYNES
HOSTS CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH…
He fell in love with his first wife because she was sincere and eager to please.
His second wife, a cousin, was irresistible because she did everything he wished and nothing he…
From: NBC Philadelphia
The serial rapist who was convicted of raping a woman in Center City while her boyfriend was bound and gagged, was sentenced to 84 to 230 years in prison Thursday.
Former university basketball player Domenique Wilson, 25, of Philadelphia was…
A Washington State man is behind bars after allegedly carving a threat into his girlfriend's chest.
Sheriff's deputies in Whitman County booked Nathaniel Simon on multiple charges for the brutal assault.When deputies arrived they found Simon's girlfriend with the words "Do Not Resuscitate" carved…Continue
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Authorities in southwest Florida say a 17-year-old girl pointed a gun at her mother, pistol-whipped her and forced her to drive to a dealership to buy her a used car.
The sheriff's office in Lee County said Monday that the teen has been charged with aggravated…
You should always be cautious on a blind date, and here's why.
After connecting through an Internet dating service, two anonymous love seekers realized they were in fact estranged siblings when they finally met face to face last week.
Sarah Kemp, a cleaner…
(Health.com) -- Science has finally confirmed what anyone who's ever been in love already knows: Heartbreak really does hurt.
In a new study using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), researchers have found that the same…
A worrying report claims there are 42 disease clusters across 13 states in the U.S. which include numerous types of cancer, birth defects and other chronic illnesses.
The study by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the National Disease…Continue
SHANIQUE Myrie, the Jamaican woman who complained of being finger-raped and humiliated by Barbadian immigration authorities earlier this month, has hit back at claims by the Barbadian Government that she was not subjected to a body cavity search.
Chad Holtz got his walking papers after posting a note on Facebook supporting a controversial book by an evangelical preacher that rethinks hell as a place for billions of damned souls.
Hell hath no fury like a ministry scorned.
A pastor at a Methodist Church in North Carolina lost his job after questioning traditional views on the nature of…
WASHINGTON DC, United States, Wednesday March 23, 2011 – The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), and the Haiti Reconstruction Fund (HRF) are providing US$47 million in funding for a programme that will make home mortgages available to ordinary Haitian citizens for the first time in the country’s…Continue
A Bronx pastor charged with raping a 12-year-old girl from his flock turned down a "sweetheart" plea deal that came with three years in prison.
Michael Clare, 38, refused the offer from prosecutors, despite "almost irrefutable proof" he impregnated the child, said Bronx Supreme Court Justice Megan Tallmer.
"He wasn't interested," Tallmer said in court…
Tens of thousands of demonstrators rallied at the state capitol to protest against the new law
A US judge in Wisconsin has issued a temporary restraining order blocking the state's new collective bargaining law from taking effect.…
Former President, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (L) …Continue
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti (CNN) -- Hip-hop singer Wyclef Jean heard "the sound of the boom" and then realized he was "grazed by a bullet" in Port-au-Prince Saturday night, the eve of Haiti's presidential runoff election, Jean told CNN.
A Haitian national police spokesman said…Continue
AP- As U.S. warplanes pounded faraway Libya, President Barack Obama praised Brazil's transition from dictatorship to democracy as a model for the Arab world where decades of stability enforced by strongmen are giving way to an uncertain but potentially brighter future.
(AFP) – The first Saturday in Lent feels like any other market day in this tiny village in central Bulgaria, but fruit and vegetable stalls are no where to be seen among the milling patrons.
Instead, young eligible bachelors from the Roma community are here to find themselves a wife at a traditional "bride market".
More than 2,000 Roma…