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Holly Bobo’s Remains Found And Identified


The remains of the missing nursing student Holly Bobo were found Sunday in Decatur County and properly identified as the victim. Holly Bobo was a 20-year-old nursing student who vanished from her home in Tennessee on April 13, 2011. Three years later, human remains were found near a prime suspect, Zachary Adams, and an arrest… Read more »

Texas Dog Brings Home Human Skull, Leaves Owners Terrified!

Dog brings home human skull

A Texas dog gave a nasty surprise to its owners on Monday morning when the beloved pet bought home something really terrifying. How would you feel if you played fetch with your dog, and instead of getting back the ball you threw, it brings home a human skull? That’s somewhat similar to what happened with… Read more »

The Fight Against The ISIS Has Moved Online

ISIS regime

Many people are aware of the situation happening the Middle East and the battle occurring between the Islamic State (ISIS) and the United States government. President Obama has ordered several drone strikes recently, killing the leader of the Al-Shabaab and other ISIS members. But the war against the ISIS has taken a bizarre turn and… Read more »

Facebook Bans Gun Rights Activist Over Holocaust Post

facebook bans guns post

Facebook banned a gun rights activist due to a post entitled, “Connecticut’s Gun Ban Is Worse Than Hitler’s Gun Ban.” A recent video of a kitten in a burning bucket was deemed to be in line with the social network’s “community standards,” but the pro-Second Amendment article was not. Gerry Emery received an alert that… Read more »

Saiqa Akhter: Mom Who Admitted Killing Her Children Found Not Guilty

Mom Found Not Guilty

A Texas mom, who admitted killing her children, was found not guilty by reason of insanity. In 2010, Saiqa Akhter choked and killed her 5-year-old son and 2-year-old daughter with a wire. Although she was arrested and charged with murder, she will not spend any time in prison. Instead, Akhter will remain in a mental… Read more »

Climate Change: Hundreds Of Bird Species At Risk

Global Warning

Climate change is threatening bird species throughout North America, according to newly released data. Studies conducted by the National Audubon Society suggest as many as 314 species are being be forced out of their current geographical range. The data was collected over a period of 30 years by the Audubon Society and the U.S. Geological… Read more »

Elderly Nuns From Italy Raped And Killed In Burundi

Nuns in Burundi raped and killed

The landlocked country of Burundi in Southeast Africa is in the news for three gruesome incidents of rape and murder. Three nuns from Italy serving the people in the capital of the country, Bujumbura, were raped and killed by a group of unknown attackers, reports Yahoo. What is even worse is the fact that all… Read more »