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She Had Teenage Sex; Now She's a Mom and a Sex Offender for Life: Marshall Project
From the Marshall Project:  Shawna isn't some serial rapist or violent pedophile, but a young woman who happened to hook up with the wrong guy when she was 19 and he, it turned out, was 14. Fifteen years later, condemned to life on the sex offender registry, she still pays the price for that...
Man Indicted in Sex Cult Case at Sarah Lawrence: Fox5/New York
Lawrence Ray appeared in federal court in Manhattan to answer nine federal counts, including sex trafficking, extortion, and forced labor. Behind him were four rows of young men and women who looked to be college-aged. It is unclear if they were victims, family, or friends moved by reports he...
The Controversy Behind Nike’s Vaporfly Running Shoe: Wall Street Journal
Nike’s Vaporfly shoes have become a popular choice for both elite and amateur runners. But the shoes may soon be banned in professional competitions if World Athletics, the world governing body of track and field, decides they offer an unfair advantage.
New Video Shows 2 Missiles Hit Ukrainian Plane: CBS News
New video has emerged, showing two Iranian missiles striking a Ukrainian jetliner last week. All 176 people on board died. Read More Here.
German Shipping Companies and the Arms Trade: Deutsche Welle
Germany’s secret service, the BND, is heavily involved in the delivery of weapons to crisis areas of the world. As this documentary shows, it has - among other things - played along with arms deals made by German shipping companies. Top secret operations are carried out silently, bypassing...
Carlos Ghosn on Why He Escaped Japan: Wall Street Journal
Appearing for the first time publicly since his escape from bail restrictions in Japan, Carlos Ghosn said he was innocent of financial-crimes charges and blamed Japanese prosecutors and former colleagues at Nissan for his downfall.  
Prospects of Iran and the U.S. Going to War: Al Jazeera
The targeted killing of Major General Qassam Soleimani, who led the elite Al-Quds force in Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, was ordered by President Trump. An American air strike hit Soleimani's convoy, near the airport in Baghdad. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned there...
Dossier Compiler Steele Had Connection to Ivanka Trump: ABC News
Nearly a decade before the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka met British intelligence officer Christopher Steele when he ran the Russia desk for British intelligence -- and when the agent left his covert service and moved into private practice in 2010, she stayed...
Investigating the Rise of the Digital Human: Wall Street Journal
The technological innovations that helped make a younger version of Robert De Niro for “The Irishman” are becoming more widely available to people who want their own digital twin. WSJ’s R.T. Watson created his own digital avatar to learn more about the appeal and some of the risk...
1,500 Complaints About Unwanted Sexual Behavior on Apps Sold Through Apple: CBS News
A Washington Post investigation has uncovered 1,500 complaints about unwanted sexual behavior on "random chat apps" sold through the Apple store. Washington Post reporter Reed Albergotti explains to CBSN how these apps could put children at risk.
Politico's Marc Caputo Discusses Covering Russian Hack of 2016 Election: CBS News
Bill Whitaker spoke to Politico's Mark Caputo about Politico's reporting on the Russian hack of the Democratic Party in 2016.
Prince Andrew’s Interview Spurs Growing Fallout: NBC News
There is new fallout facing Prince Andrew in the wake of a rare and controversial interview about his ties to Jeffrey Epstein. His decision to speak out has brought a new avalanche of criticism. NBC's Stephanie Gosk reports on TODAY.
Attorney General Barr Speaks of Damage to Nation From the 'Resistance': Fox
U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr delivers the Barbara K. Olson Lecture at the Federalist Society's 2019 National Lawyers Convention. He spoke on the second day of the public impeachment proceedings. Read More Here. Transcript Here
How Photography is Affecting Our Brains: WIRED
We take millions of photographs. How are all of our snaps affecting our eyes, brains, and bodies? WIRED Senior Editor Peter Rubin looks at the ways that selfies can distort our self perception, shoots with a pro photographer, and examines the way that all those images are affecting our moods and...
Manchester Stabbings Suspect Detained Under Mental Health Act: ITV News
A terror suspect arrested after a New Year's Eve stabbing at Manchester Victoria station which left three people hurt, has been detained under the Mental Health Act. Greater Manchester Police said the 25 year-old, who is being held on suspicion of attempted murder, has been assessed by specialist...
Russia Says Mysterious Hole Drilled From Inside Space Capsule: NBC News
A Russian cosmonaut who explored a mysterious hole in a capsule docked to the International Space Station said the opening was drilled from inside the spacecraft. Russian law enforcement officials are investigating what caused it.
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