Police say a 24-year-old man fell to his death from the 21st floor of a high-rise building in a busy shopping and entertainment area of Chicago.
Poland's leading archbishop has deplored comments by a senior conservative priest who had wished Pope Francis a quick death if he does not open to "wisdom."
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A Florida teen has been accused of stabbing another boy to death during a sleepover earlier this week, in a purportedly planned attack that also left a lawyer and her 13-year-old son with dozens of stab wounds, PEOPLE confirms. Jovanni Sierra was killed on his 13th birthday early Monday at a friend’s home inside the BallenIsles Country Club, a gated community in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, authorities revealed at a news conference this week. Jovanni had his throat slashed as he slept and was stabbed repeatedly, according to officials. The teen’s suspected killer is 17 and has not been charged as an adult. (PEOPLE does not identify juveniles accused of crimes.) A grand jury will soon decide whether the older teen should be indicted as an adult on charges of murder and attempted murder. He
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David Chavez-Macias is getting deported to his possible death today. Two decades ago, Chavez-Macias was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome, a “rare and sometimes fatal genetic syndrome causes the aorta, the blood vessel that carries blood to the heart, to grow could be fatal without proper medical treatment,” reports the Reno Gazette Journal. But in that time, he’s gotten the case he needs and has never stopped moving, working as a landscaper and paying his taxes. But Chavez-Macias is also undocumented, and despite living here for three decades with no criminal record, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has ordered him to buy a one-way ticket to Mexico: [Attorney Dee] Sull said the 52-year-old man's medical condition is grave and it is unlikely he will have access to medicine or treat
A telephone company says its database did not provide the wrong Missouri address and phone number to police dispatchers leading to the shooting of three officers, one fatally.
A group of mostly migrant protesters clashed with police in Madrid Thursday and Friday, with demonstrators setting fire to trash bins and parked vehicles after the death of an African migrant who witnesses claim was trying to flee from cops cracking down on illegal street sales.
The Ohio Parole Board is ready to recommend whether a condemned killer should be spared ahead of next month's scheduled execution.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Alabama on Thursday executed a 50-year-old man convicted for the kidnapping and murder of a woman in 2000, and Georgia put to death a man dubbed the "stocking strangler."