Lawyer: Man Admits Involvement In Murders Of 4 Missing Men:
A Pennsylvania man confessed involvement Thursday in the deaths of four missing men in eastern Pennsylvania, his lawyer told reporters Thursday.
Cosmo Dinardo, 20, admitted “his participation or commission in the murders of the four young men,” attorney Paul Lang said.
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How To Win A Friend And Influence A President:
Some world leaders have decided that when dealing with President Donald Trump, flattery will get you everywhere.
So France laid on sumptuous gastronomy, in a restaurant billed as “infused with dreams and magic”inside the Eiffel Tower. They provided a tour of Napoleon’s tomb and made Trump guest of honor at a Bastille Day parade with marching bands, tanks and flyovers.
Man Gets Stuck In ATM And Slips ‘Help Me’ Notes Through Receipt Slot:
A repairman changing out the lock of an ATM was stuck inside the room that houses it — and was forced to slip notes asking for help through the cash dispenser’s receipt slot.
Corpus Christi Police said the man was changing the lock of a room that connects to the ATM of a Bank of America on Wednesday afternoon when he was trapped, CNN affiliate KRIS reported.
In those type of situations, help is just a text or phone call away — except the repairman left his phone in his truck.
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Baby Charlie Gard’s Parents Storm Out Of Court Hearing:
The parents of baby Charlie Gardstormed out of Britain’s High Court on Thursday amid an emotional hearing as they fight to take him to the United States for experimental treatment for a rare genetic disorder.
At a preliminary hearing Monday before the judge who first heard the case, Charlie’s parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, were given two days to submit new written evidence regarding the viability of having Charlie treated abroad with experimental nucleoside therapy.
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Betsy DeVos’ Huge Step Back For College Women’s Safety:
And yet, this week, Betsy DeVos and Department of Education officials will host a series of “listening meetings” as part of an effort to reexamine, and perhaps begin to reverse, policies put in place by then-President Barack Obama (and championed by then-Vice President Joe Biden). These policies were designed to make it easier for victims to come forward and harder for colleges to mishandle reports of sexual violence on campus.