Indian Couple Sues Son And Daughter-In-Law For $650,000 For Not Giving Them A Grandchild
After spending $257,000 to raise their son, arranging his marriage, financing the wedding, and paying for his honeymoon, Sanjeev and Sadhana Prasad are demanding a grandkid — or else.
Cats Can Learn Each Others’ Names And Those Of Their Owners, Study Says
The study might give millions of cat owners around the world a reason to rejoice, as their pets are not only more attentive than they thought — but literally know their names.
The Chilling Case Of Cindy James, The Nurse Found Dead After Six Years Of Disturbing Harassment
From threatening phone calls to violent attacks, Cindy James suffered years of terror before her death — though some investigators think she may have staged every bit of it.
An Indiana Man Who Murdered His Wife Just Won A Republican Primary Election From Jail
Despite confessing to murdering his wife and dumping her body into a river, Andrew Wilhoite will advance to the general election in November.
Inside The Gruesome Murder Of Stacey Stanton And The Wrongful Conviction Of Her Black Friend
Elizabeth Stacey Stanton was a North Carolina waitress whose grisly 1990 stabbing murder shook up the small town of Manteo. Then her friend Clifton Spencer was thrown in prison for it — despite almost no evidence.
Meet James J. Braddock, The Real-Life ‘Cinderella Man’ Boxer Who Became A Depression-Era Folk Hero
A down-and-out dockworker, James J. Braddock shocked America when he took the world heavyweight champion title from Max Baer in a legendary boxing match in 1935.
The Shocking Story Of Christie Downs, The Little Girl Who Survived Being Shot By Her Own Mother
In 1983, eight-year-old Christie Downs miraculously survived after her mother Diane Downs shot her and her siblings, Danny and Cheryl, in the backseat of their car in Oregon.
The True Story Of Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, The Cartel Lord Who Built A Massive Drug Empire
Better known as Don Neto, Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo trafficked tens of thousands of tons of marijuana and cocaine in the 1980s before the execution of a DEA agent brought his empire down.
Inside The Childhood Home Of Jeffrey Dahmer Where He Bludgeoned And Dismembered His First Victim
Over the decade that Jeffrey Dahmer lived in this quaint house in Akron, Ohio, he developed the sadistic obsessions that fueled his 13-year reign of terror.
Inside Gram Parsons’ Tragic Death And The Bizarre Cremation That Followed
When country-rock singer Gram Parsons died of an overdose on September 19, 1973, his friends carried out his final wish — by stealing his body and burning it at Joshua Tree National Park.
Marine Scientists Keep Finding Creepy Dolls Washed Ashore On This Texas Beach
The director of a Texas nature reserve has found at least 30 dolls on a stretch of Texas shoreline — and they just keep coming.