The third victim in the Kansas shootings, Terri LaManno, was remembered as a “beautiful soul” by her daughter. She was shot in the parking lot of the Village Shalom Retirement Center on Sunday en route to visiting her elderly mother, as she did every Sunday. Two sisters were visiting their mother at the time of the incident, not knowing their sibling had been gunned down . . .
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On Saturday, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress passed resolutions to amend China’s one-child policy. The resolution is equivalent to a legal document in China. Reforms were also implemented on the re-education through labor, or laojiao, camps…
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Nada al-Ahdal, 11, fled from her parents after learning of their plan to marry her off to a rich man. In a video which now has over 7 million views on YouTube, Nada takes a strong stand against child marriage . . .
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Michael Madison, 35, was charged with three counts of aggravated murder and three counts of kidnapping Monday after the bodies of three women were found in East Cleveland, Ohio. The accused’s bail is $6 million dollars, and he has waived rights to a preliminary hearing . . .
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Aaron Swartz, 26, Internet freedom activist, Reddit co-founder, and computer programmer, committed suicide Friday, with his funeral was held Tuesday in Highland Park, Ill. His father, Robert Swartz, spoke at the funeral and told mourners his son was “killed by the government” and that it “hounded” him . . .
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CHICAGO – Alderman Sandi Jackson (7th Ward), wife of former congressman Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.), has vowed not to resign unless something ‘catastrophic’ happens. She also says she’s not a candidate to fill her husband’s congressional seat and is undecided about if and when she’ll take up permanent residence in Chicago . . .