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News

NXIVM 'Sex Cult' Leader Keith Raniere Convicted of Sex Trafficking

Jurors found him guilty of sex trafficking, racketeering, exploitation of a child, wire fraud conspiracy, and more.
Sarah Berman
6.20.19
crime

The Murder That Spawned South Bank's 'Skateboard Graveyard'

Twenty years ago today, best friends Timothy "Timo" Baxter and Gabriel Cornish were crossing Hungerford Bridge after a night out. Neither of them would make it to the other side.
Simon Doherty
6.19.19
Culture

If Someone Was Murdered at Your House Would the Landlord Tell You?

By law, Australian landlords are supposed to reveal if a previous tenant was murdered. But many don't.
Katie Cunningham
6.14.19
crime

Chinese Man Accused of Stealing Live Chickens to Buy Fuel for His BMW

The man allegedly raided poultry farms in the middle of the night so he could afford petrol for his "thirsty car".
Gavin Butler
6.13.19
El Chapo

The Next Great El Chapo Mystery: How the Hell Did His Family Get U.S. Visas?

The drug kingpin's mother says her family has “humanitarian” visas to visit Chapo in prison. Advocates and federal agents are shocked.
Keegan Hamilton
6.12.19
food news

Man Arrested After Robbing Two Banks Using Nothing But an Avocado

The alleged robber made off with nearly US $8,000 from two separate incidents before his weapon was revealed to be a fruit.
Jelisa Castrodale
6.8.19
Drugs

The Inside Story of Europe's First Narco-State

A young generation of Albanians are caught between organized crime's politics, rampant unemployment, and the fast cash of Class A drugs.
Monty Reed
6.6.19
food news

Hells Angels Showed Up Too Drunk or Too Hungover to Participate in Own Anniversary Ride

Seven hundred bikers were expected to participate, but only about 100 Hells Angels (or Hells Hangers-on) were able to take part in the ride.
Jelisa Castrodale
6.6.19
crime

Modern-Day Slaves Are Still Being Bought and Sold on Britain's Streets

We spoke to two formerly enslaved people about how little has changed since the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act in 2015.
Nick Chester
6.5.19
Australia Today

Police Raid ABC Offices Over Stories Alleging Misconduct by Australian Troops

This happened less than 24 hours after police raided a News Corp reporter's home over a seperate piece of public interest journalism
Gavin Butler
6.5.19
Australia Today

Here's What We Know So Far About the Shootings in Darwin

At least four people were killed in a series of attacks on Tuesday night, and a 45-year-old Caucasian male was arrested.
Gavin Butler
6.5.19
Australia Today

At Least Four People Have Been Killed in a Darwin Shooting

The suspected killer has since been arrested.
Gavin Butler
6.4.19
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