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New DNA technique leads to arrest in 1993 Alaska murder

Officials in Alaska have arrested a 44-year-old man in Maine, Steven Downs, in the 1993 murder of Sophie Sergie, a 20-year-old woman found slain at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1993. They used genetic genealogy, the same technique used to identify the "Golden State Killer" suspect. WGME's Taylor Gleason reports.

Engadget /
Amazon's new movie strategy includes 30 releases per year

Now that Amazon's Studios head Jennifer Salke has had some time to settle in, the company is about to shake up its movie strategy -- and you'll definitely notice the difference. Salke told Hollywood Reporter in an interview that Amazon is aiming to...

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Zac Taylor isn't worried about candidates turning down Bengals DC job: 'Just need the right person'

Several candidates have decided to remain in their current jobs rather than join the Bengals

UPI /
Look: Miley Cyrus kisses her dog in new wedding photos

Miley Cyrus posted pictures with mom Tish Cyrus, sisters Brandi and Noah Cyrus, and one of her beloved pets from her nuptials to Liam Hemsworth.

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Woman who wrote racist 'ape' post about Michelle Obama defrauded FEMA $18K, report finds

Pamela Taylor admitted to illegally taking FEMA benefits in 2016. The same year, a Pamela Taylor also made headlines for a racist Facebook ...

E! Online /
Lil Xan Expecting His First Child 5 Months After Noah Cyrus Breakup

There's some big news for all those Xanxiety fans out there: Lil Xan is going to be a father! On Sunday, the rapper revealed on Instagram that he ...

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College basketball winners and losers: Big 12 foes shake up the top of the bracket, bubble

Heated conference battles continue to shake up the projected NCAA tourney seed lines. Kansas State faltered while Iowa State and Texas Tech moved up.        

The Guardian /
Aurora police name five victims killed in shooting by dismissed worker

Police in Illinois say they believe 45-year-old gunman probably knew he was going to be laid off and planned to begin shootingFive people who died in a mass shooting at an Illinois warehouse were identified on Saturday, described as victims of a disgruntled employee who had just been dismissed.In a press conference, Aurora police chief Kristen ...

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College intern on first day among Illinois factory shooting victims

Trevor Wehner was working his first day as a human resources intern at Henry Pratt Company in Aurora, Illinois, when a worker who had just been fired killed him and four of his colleagues.

E! Online /
Gotham Star Robin Lord Taylor Joins You Season 2

Robin Lord Taylor is ditching Gotham City for Los Angeles with a new role in You season two. The Gotham star, who has spent the last five seasons as ...

NY Times /
Jack Taylor, Scourge of the Wrecking Ball in Manhattan, Dies at 93

An amateur landmark preservationist, his legacy includes the Ladies’ Mile Shopping District and Tammany Hall. But there were also defeats.

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'Forrest Gump' star receives heartwarming tribute video from celebs, vets

“Forrest Gump” star Gary Sinise, who played Lt. Dan Taylor, has dedicated his life to giving back to veterans and their families since the film’s release 25 years ago.

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Shake Shack's Danny Meyer changed the restaurant industry by breaking all the rules. Here's how

NYC restaurateur Danny Meyer is one of the most powerful people in hospitality. But he didn't get there without questioning long-established rules and taking huge risks. In fact, some of his greatest achievements evolved from breaking tradition.

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Trevor Noah on Trump's weird, waffling national border emergency

Isn't an emergency something that's usually called quickly? The comics discuss this odd declaration in Best of Late Night.         

USA Today /
Trevor Noah on Trump's weird, waffling national border emergency

Isn't an emergency usually called quickly? Comics on this odd declaration in Best of Late Night. Vote for your favorite joke at usatoday.com/opinion.         

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Nigeria voters yearn for meaningful change on eve of election

On the eve of Nigeria's election, the spectacle of campaign expenditure is at odds with the rampant ...

UPI /
Interview: 'Kim Possible' villains Taylor Ortega, Tyler Stashwick rely on old fans

"Kim Possible" reboot stars, Taylor Ortega and Todd Stashwick, talk to UPI about their villainous roles as Shego and Dr. Drakken.

CBC /
Tech-savvy real estate firms aim to shake up how we buy homes

While the Redfin model is a challenge to conventional brokerages, more radical changes are being rolled out by other players in the U.S. market. Is this the early days of a real estate revolution?

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Bengals, Zac Taylor still without a defensive coordinator after another candidate rejects advances

The Bengals have been without a defensive coordinator for three months now

The Wall Street Journal /
Nvidia's Revenue Sinks 24%, but Wall Street Feared Worse

Nvidia reported a 24% drop in quarterly revenue and signaled work ahead to shake off a funk in cryptocurrency mining and revive demand for its chips ...

USA Today /
Trevor Bauer says he suffered 'character assassination' but insists there's no ill will with Indians

Bauer was awarded a $13 million contract in the hearing, the second time he defeated Cleveland in the process, which proposed a $11 million ...

USA Today /
Opinion: Trevor Bauer's radical idea on MLB contracts could benefit everyone

The Indians right-hander says wants to sign only one-year contracts for the rest of his career.        

Fox News /
Shamrock Shake returns to McDonald’s menu, gets mixed response on Twitter

Naturally, Twitter had feelings about the drink’s return.

Washinton Post /
Nationals begin spring training workout as spending contenders. That’s rare across baseball.

Some of Washington's new additions, such as Patrick Corbin and Trevor Rosenthal, took the field for the first time on Thursday.

Washinton Post /
Nationals begin spring training workout as spending contenders. That’s rare across baseball.

Some of Washington's new additions, such as Patrick Corbin and Trevor Rosenthal, took the field for the first time on Thursday.

ESPN /
Bauer accuses Indians of 'character assassination'

After beating the Indians in arbitration for the second year in a row, pitcher Trevor Bauer said the team ended the hearing by using "character assassination" tactics against him.

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