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Survivor of 10 years' captivity in Ohio reveals her marriage
One of three women who escaped a Cleveland home after being held for a decade has revealed she's married
Jury awards Rebecca Zahau family $5M in woman's mysterious Coronado mansion death
A civil jury in San Diego Superior Court has found Adam Shacknai responsible for the mysterious death of Rebecca Zahau and awarded her family $5 million in punitive damages. Zahau's July 2011 death at Spreckels Mansion in Coronado, California, had been ruled a suicide by authorities, but in 2013,
Vivica A. Fox opens up about her new memoir on 'GMA'
The actress discusses her new book "Every Day I'm Hustling," which features strategies for success in business, lessons she's learned in love and behind-the-scenes stories from some of her movies.
Author and legal expert Areva Martin talks about her new book 'Make it Rain!'
Martin tells ABC News' David Wright some tips to enhance your business and brand.
Dead woman's family refuses to believe she committed suicide: Part 3
Rebecca Zahau's boyfriend Jonah Shacknai says she may have felt responsible for his son's fatal fall.
Woman and her boyfriend's son mysteriously die days apart from each other
The San Diego Sheriff's Department conclude that Rebecca Zahau's cause of death was suicide, while 6-year-old Max Shacknai's death was an accident.
The mysterious death of Rebecca Zahau: Where this bizarre case stands today as the civil suit goes before a jury
Nearly seven years after Rebecca Zahau 's mysterious death, in which she was found naked and bound at a multimillion-dollar, historic mansion in Coronado, California, her family's wrongful-death lawsuit is now going before a jury in San Diego Superior Court. San Diego authorities ruled the
VA secretary criticized on Capitol Hill for travel decisions
Members of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs criticized the agency's Secretary David Shulkin during a budget hearing Thursday, a day after a blistering report released by the VA Office of the Inspector General alleged Shulkin improperly accepted a gift of Wimbledon tickets during a work trip
As 1st Christmas goes by since unsolved killings of Indiana teens, mom is confident 'we'll have our answers'
The joy of the holidays was dampened this year for two Delphi, Indiana, families experiencing their first Christmas since the mysterious killings of eighth-graders Abby Williams and Libby German. Abby, 13, and Libby, 14, who became good friends as volleyball teammates, were enjoying a day off from
The View 12/20/17
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