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Original Forensic Drawings of Jane Doe Found Near Manson Killings Were 'Inaccurate,' Sister Says
The sister of the Jane Doe who was found near the Charles Manson killings in 1969 in Los Angeles said the original forensic sketches of the body were "inaccurate." The Los Angeles Police Department announced on Wednesday that "Jane Doe No. 59" had finally been identified as 19-year-old Reet Silvia
Today in History
Today in History Today is Thursday, Aug. 18, the 231st day of 2016. There are 135 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Aug. 18, 1846, during the Mexican-American War, U.S. forces led by Gen. Stephen W. Kearny occupied Santa Fe in present-day New Mexico. On this date: In 1587,
Sister of Sharon Tate Calls Leslie Van Houten a 'Monster'
The sister of Sharon Tate says Leslie Van Houten , the “Manson family” member who was just recommended for parole, is a “monster” who is “still capable of great brutality.” “I sit as far away from her as you and I are now. You can feel the vibe,” Debra Tate told Robin Roberts today on “ Good
Golden Globe Highlights
Hollywood's biggest stars celebrate the best in film at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards.
David O. Russell: I'd Work With Lily Tomlin and George Clooney Tomorrow
The Oscar nominated director of "American Hustle," reveals his filmmaking recipe and sets the record straight on his infamous on-set spats.
6 Adaptations We'd Watch Over '50 Shades of Grey'
The 50 Shades of Grey adaptation has finally found its leading couple . "Sons of Anarchy" star Charlie Hunnam will star as Christian Grey, and former "Ben and Kate" star Dakota Johnson has been tapped to play Anastasia. This is good news in that these two are solid, charismatic, charming actors,
Snowden and 7 Other Infamous Asylum Seekers
Last weekend, Edward Snowden was offered asylum in Nicaragua, Venezuela and Bolivia. While Snowden is the most recent high-profile asylum seeker, he is not the first person to very publicly ask another country for refuge. Here are seven other important -- and sometimes infamous -- asylum seekers
Open Homicides Possibly Linked to Manson Family
The LAPD continues to battle for audio tapes that could hold clues to a dozen open homicides potentially linked to the murderous "Manson family," officials told ABC News. The open cases came to light during a legal battle first reported by the Los Angeles Times and confirmed by ABC News. "We do
Sigourney Weaver on 'Alien,' 'Ghostbusters' Sequels
Actress explains latest news on sequels to "Alien," "Avatar," and "Ghostbusters."