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At nanny murder trial, mother recounts 'horror' of seeing her 2 kids dead: 'She killed my best friends'
The mother of two young children stabbed to death in their New York City home, allegedly by their nanny, in court today recounted the moment she came home to find her son and daughter covered in blood in the bathtub. “She killed my best friends," Marina Krim said of her former nanny, Yoselyn
Trial begins for nanny accused of killing 2 children as parents channel grief into charity
Jury selection for the nanny who allegedly killed two young children in a New York City home begins today. Yoselyn Ortega is accused of killing 6-year-old Lulu Krim and 2-year-old Leo Krim at the Krim family's Upper West Side apartment in October 2012. Their mother, Marina Krim, was coming home
Net neutrality repeal sparks praise and disappointment: 'We cannot let this happen'
After the Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday along party lines to repeal net neutrality regulations imposed in 2015, the reaction was swift from technology companies, internet service providers, lawmakers and other stakeholders in both support and opposition to the move. Critics of
'More women with more power' is a solution to sexual misconduct, Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg says
The way to stop the wave of sexual harassment in the workplace is to hire and promote more women, Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg said. Sandberg also warned against the potential backlash against women as more of them come forward with claims of sexual harassment. “The percentage of men who will
Sheryl Sandberg warns of #MeToo backlash
"The View" co-hosts discuss the Facebook COO's warning that the #MeToo movement will create backlash against working women.
Sheryl Sandberg meets with lawmakers investigating Russia-linked Facebook ads
Sheryl Sandberg , Facebook's chief operating officer, met with top lawmakers investigating Russian efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election at the Capitol Wednesday, after which the leaders of the House Intelligence Committee said they would release some of the thousands of
Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Google execs among business leaders asking Trump to preserve DACA
Hundreds of major business leaders signed an open letter Thursday night encouraging President Trump to preserve the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program ( DACA ), and asking Congress to pass the bipartisan DREAM act. DACA is an Obama-era immigration policy that allows undocumented
Why Blake Lively banned the word 'bossy' from her house and how other stars are raising feminist kids
Blake Lively doesn't claim to be a parenting expert, but she said she has learned a thing or two since becoming a mother in 2015. In an interview with Glamour magazine , the actress said that she and her husband, Ryan Reynolds , are doing everything they can to ensure their two girls will grow up
'GMA' roundup of summer's must-read books
If you are still searching for the best summer reading material, here is the " Good Morning America " roundup of this season's must-read books. Whether you're looking to get lost in a thriller -- or just for a fun read to take with you on vacation -- here are some of this season's top thrillers,
Patton Oswalt slams critics who say marriage plans too soon
Patton Oswalt is defending his engagement from online critics who say the comedian is getting married too soon after his wife's death last year.