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Man charged in kidnapping of visiting Chinese scholar who's now presumed dead
An Illinois man was arrested and charged Friday with kidnapping a visiting scholar from China, who authorities now believe to be dead after she disappeared three weeks ago. Brendt Christensen, 28, of Champaign, Illinois, has been charged in a federal criminal complaint with abducting Yingying
'How do I spend the rest of my life without my daughter?'
The family of a missing Chinese scholar had hoped to stay in the U.S. until her remains were found but now plans to return home, awaiting answer thousands of miles away. "I don't know how to spend the rest of my life without my daughter," mother says.
San Diego Zoo Hits the Road to Raise Awareness for Animal Conservation
ABC News' Amna Nawaz meets the animals of the San Diego Zoo to learn more about conservation for species native to North America.
Luxury Lexus Car Buyers May Kiss Price Haggling Goodbye
The car-buying process may become simpler for people looking to purchase a luxury car since Lexus plans to test a pilot program that eliminates haggling. Lexus is introducing a negotiation-free car-buying process at 12 dealerships across the country, a spokesman confirmed to ABC News. Moe Durand, a
Dad's Frantic 911 Call After Forgetting Baby in Car
Officials in Quincy, Mass., arrived on the scene and found the baby safe in the car.
Are Recalled Airbags Still in Used Cars for Sale?
Recalled airbags can be dangerous, but used car dealers aren't required by law to check their cars for recalled parts.
Mystery Surrounds College Wrestler's Death
Dammion Heard’s parents still can’t make any sense of their son’s death. Heard, a scholarship wrestler at Western State Colorado University, was found dead in a field two weeks ago, his SUV located nearby. The 20-year-old’s cause of death was listed as strangulation by hanging. His parents Gary and
Caterpillar Accused of Avoiding Billions in US Taxes
Morning Money Memo: The April 15 tax filing deadline is two weeks from today. As millions of Americans race to beat the deadline, the giant manufacturing and construction firm Caterpillar Inc. is facing questions about its aggressive tax strategy. A Senate report says Caterpillar avoided...
Escaped Texas Inmates May be Armed After SUV Stolen
Two "extremely dangerous" inmates who have escaped from an East Texas jail are feared to have stolen a vehicle with a pistol inside, leading authorities to widen the search and put area schools in lockdown. Brian Tucker, 44, and John King, 39, escaped from Hopkins County Jail in Sulphur Springs,