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Parents of 2 slain NY kids post feelings online

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This combination image made of photos from the "Lulu and Leo Fund" Facebook page provided on Monday, Jan. 7,  2013, shows Leo Krim, 2, left, and his sister Lulu Krim, 6, from New York. The parents of the slain children, who were allegedly stabbed to death at home by their nanny in New York's Manhattan borough, are sharing their hurt and healing through Facebook as they make plans to carry on with their surviving child. AP, Lulu and Leo Fund, Handout

The parents of two children who police say were stabbed to death by a nanny at home are sharing their hurt and healing with the world on Facebook as they make plans to carry on with their surviving child.

Posted: January 8th, 2013 in Latest News Stories,Photos & Videos,World | Read More »

US teen killed putting head out of party bus

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A teenager headed to a Sweet 16 party was killed after he stuck his head out of the emergency hatch of a double-decker bus and hit the underside of a highway overpass, authorities said.

Posted: September 2nd, 2012 in Latest News Stories,World | Read More »

SUV plunges off US road into zoo grounds; 7 killed

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An out-of-control SUV barrelled across several lanes of traffic on a highway overpass Sunday, then plunged more than 50 feet (15 meters) off the side of the road and landed in a ravine on the grounds of the nation’s largest city zoo, killing all seven people aboard, including three children, authorities said.

Posted: April 30th, 2012 in Latest News Stories,World | Read More »

Early Hitler letter on Jews unveiled in NYC

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This 1936 photo made by Gottfried Gilbert and provided by Alexandra Senfft shows her grandfather Hanns Elard Luding, left, and Hermann Goering, right, standing in front of Adolf Hitler as during a Nazi party convention in Nuremberg, Germany. Ludin, was Hitler's Slovakia envoy who was involved in the deportation of almost 70,000 Jews. After Ludin was hanged in 1947, his widow raised the children in the belief their father was "a good Nazi." In her book, "The Pain of Silence," she describes how a web of lies burdened her family over decades, especially her mother, who was 14 years old when her beloved father was hanged. (AP Photo/Gottfried Gilbert courtesy of Alexandra Senfft)

NEW YORK— The signature under the typewritten words on yellowing sheets of nearly century-old paper is unmistakable: Adolf Hitler, with the last few scribbled letters drooping downward. The date is 1919 and, decades before the Holocaust, the 30-year-old German soldier — born in Austria — penned what are believed to be Hitler’s first written comments [...]

Posted: June 8th, 2011 in Latest News Stories,Photos & Videos,World | Read More »

Montana copper mining heiress dies in NY at 104

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This Aug. 11, 1930 file photo shows Mrs. Huguette Clark Gower, daughter of the late Sen. William A. Clark of Montana, a copper magnate, in Reno, Nev. Clark, the 104-year-old heiress to a Montana copper fortune who once lived in the largest apartment on Fifth Avenue, died Tuesday, May 24, 2011, at a Manhattan hospital even as an investigation continues into how her millions were handled. AP FILE PHOTO

NEW YORK—Huguette Clark, a 104-year-old heiress to a Montana copper fortune who once lived in the largest apartment on New York City’s Fifth Avenue, died Tuesday at a Manhattan hospital, but prosecutors are still pursuing a legal battle over her money and care. The reclusive Clark spent the last two decades of her life in [...]

Posted: May 25th, 2011 in Latest News Stories,Photos & Videos,World | Read More »

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