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LAPD seek two men linked to woman slain near Manson killings site

Los Angeles police are searching for two men in connection with the 1969 murder of a 19-year-old Canadian woman found brutally stabbed to death near the site of the infamous Manson family killings. The LAPD recently released two sketches of the wanted men, based on witness interviews of how they would have looked nearly a half century ago, when Reet ...

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This Absurd FBI Site That Teaches Teens to Spot Violent Extremists

I’m not saying the FBI’s heart isn’t in the right place. Making sure children know the difference between healthy political discourse and attempts to sway them into extremism is a laudable goal. But the agency’s execution in a new website is just embarrassing. The FBI just announced the launch of its “Don’t Be a Puppet” program. The too-interactive website is ...

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Paul Walker — Candlelight Vigil at Crash Site

Paul Walker fans paid tribute to the 40-year old actor last night by holding a candlelight vigil on the site where he died. The fans showed up in Santa Clarita Saturday evening … leaving flowers and lighting candles in Paul’s memory. The vigil was held very shortly after law enforcement cleared the scene — removing the bodies of Paul and ...

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Yahoo Finance site gets more personal

Yahoo has given its Finance Web site a new look and layout designed to deliver more personalized information. You can now add a list of stocks that you own or want to follow in the upper left corner. The page then displays the current trading price of each one. Clicking on the More button reveals further details, such as the ...

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New York Fights Site Listing Homes for Tourists to Rent

Filed under: Travel, Scandals and Lawsuits, Consumer Issues, Renting, Vacation Planning Airbnb/AP By VERENA DOBNIK NEW YORK — Each night, people in apartments all over New York City are cleaning up, putting out fresh towels and clearing out — to rent their private space to strangers from around the world. Thousands of city residents are using websites such as Airbnb.com ...

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Healthcare.gov chief resigns amid Web site glitches

As bugs and glitches continue to plague the healthcare.gov Web site, the man who oversaw the site’s creation has said he’s resigning. Tony Trenkle, who is the chief information officer at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), sent an e-mail to his co-workers on Tuesday that said he will be leaving on November 15 “to take a position ...

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