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Convicted Serial Killer Tommy Lynn Sells Executed in Texas
Convicted serial killer Tommy Lynn Sells , who was sent to prison in 1999 and claimed responsibility for dozens of murders across the country, was executed Thursday in Texas. Sells, 49, was convicted of killing 13-year-old Katy Harris while she slept in her Del Rio, Texas, home. Her murder landed
Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' Goes Multi-Platinum for Record-Breaking 30th Time
“Good Morning America” revealed a thrilling announcement about the “King of Pop” this morning. The late Michael Jackson has made history once again. His album “Thriller” has gone multi-platinum a record 30 times now, a feat that has never been accomplished before. Exclusive New Michael Jackson
Meghan McCain Fires Back at Ann Coulter's Lethal Joke
They’re at it again– Ann Coulter and Meghan McCain are in a Twitter war. The reason for the bickering? Ann Coulter stated that Meghan McCain should be killed in a blog posted on her own website, as well as Fox Nation. ”MSNBC’s Martin Bashir suggested...
Darius Weems' Next Chapter: Rap Star With Duchenne Muscular Dustrophy Tries Clinical Trial
Darius Weems is on a mission, but even though he is only 23 years old, it's a race against time. Darius, an aspiring rapper and star of the documentary, "Darius Goes West," suffers from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a rare genetic disorder that results in the disintegration of muscle tissue. Legs
New Obama Ad 'Steel' to Air One Day Only
President Obama’s new TV ad attacking Mitt Romney and his record at Bain Capital will air in five battleground states this week. But apparently not for long. The Obama campaign says the full two-minute spot will air just once in targeted markets during the evening...
Abby Huntsman: Romney's Chen Guangcheng Criticism Was 'Very Foolish'
Abby Huntsman Livingston, daughter of the former presidential candidate Jon Huntsman, waded into the controversy surrounding the Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng today, lambasting both President Obama and Mitt Romney for how they have handled the sensitive diplomatic issue. Drawing ...
Jan. 19: Edgar Allan Poe's Birthday
Edgar Allan Poe’s Birthday Famed gothic writer Edgar Allan Poe was born on Jan. 19, 1809, in Boston. Poe is known for his dark and suspenseful poetry and stories, including “The Raven,” “The Tell-Tale Heart,” and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue.” Edgar Allan...
‘Nice Guy Molesters’ Believe They’re ‘Child Lovers’
“I enjoy young people,” Jerry Sandusky told NBC’s Bob Costas Monday. “I love being around them.” That was Sandusky’s explanation after being accused of 40 counts of child molestation charges. He enjoys kids. He started the popular and successful Second Mile charity; he says he even...
Kensington Palace: Home to Princess Diana and 300 Years of British Royalty
Most remember the mountains of flowers and notes and cards that blanketed the lawn of Kensington Palace in the days after Princess Diana's death. Fourteen years later, the scene is not yet totally erased. Watch a special '20/20' Thursday at 8 p.m. ET for a behind-the-scenes look at the life that