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Manson has endured as the face of evil for nearly 50 years

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 02:52:49 UT

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Other killers snuffed out far more lives than Charles Manson did in 1969. Yet he has endured for nearly a half century as the personification of evil, even in an age in which mass shootings leave dozens dead at a time. Manson, the hippie cult leader who died Sunday at 83, horrified America more than a generation ago with the way he seemed to have turned young people murderously against everything their parents cherished. That horror continued long after he had been locked up, in large part because of the demonic image that crime experts say he cultivated with his bizarre behavior and his searing, wild-eyed gaze.

US ending temporary permits for almost 60,000 Haitians

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 02:04:23 UT

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration said Monday it is ending a temporary residency permit program that has allowed almost 60,000 citizens from Haiti to live and work in the United States since a 2010 powerful earthquake shook the Caribbean nation. The Homeland Security Department said conditions in Haiti have improved significantly, so the benefit will be extended one last time — until July 2019 — to give Haitians time to prepare to return home. "Since the 2010 earthquake, the number of displaced people in Haiti has decreased by 97 percent," the department said in a press release. "Haiti is able to safely receive traditional levels of returned citizens.

The Latest: Moore campaign fires back against media, accuser

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 01:37:51 UT

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (all times local): 8:30 p.m. Alabama Republican Roy Moore's campaign is going on the offensive against the media and one of the women who accused him of sexual misconduct. Moore's campaign has issued a Monday night statement questioning the account of Beverly Nelson, who said Moore assaulted her when she was a 16-year-old waitress. The campaign is quoting two restaurant employees who did not remember Nelson or Moore eating there. Six women have accused Moore of pursuing romantic relationships with them when they were teenagers. Two have accused him of assault or molestation. The campaign says voters will "see through the fake news.

Justice Dept. sues to stop AT&T's $85B Time Warner deal

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 01:16:45 UT

NEW YORK (AP) — The Justice Department is suing AT&T to stop its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, setting the stage for an epic legal battle with the telecom giant. It could also create a new headache for President Donald Trump, whose public statements have raised suspicions that he might have interfered with the department's decision, potentially undermining its legal case. DOJ's antitrust chief, Makan Delrahim, has said the president did not tell him what to do. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday she wasn't aware of any specific action related to the case taken by the White House.

Prosecutor seeks probe of US personnel in Afghanistan

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:57:43 UT

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The International Criminal Court prosecutor asked for authorization Monday to investigate reported human rights abuses in Afghanistan, including allegations of rape and torture by U.S. military and the CIA, crimes against humanity by the Taliban and war crimes by Afghan security forces. The request marks the first time that ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has targeted Americans for alleged war crimes. Bensouda said an investigation under the auspices of the international tribunal could break through what she called "near total impunity" in Afghanistan. The prosecutor's formal application to judges at the court also sets up a possible showdown with Washington.

Warming to make thunderstorms larger and more frequent

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:40:19 UT

WASHINGTON (AP) — Summer thunderstorms in North America will likely be larger, wetter and more frequent in a warmer world, dumping 80 percent more rain in some areas and worsening flooding, a new study says. Future storms will also be wilder, soaking entire cities and huge portions of states, according to a federally-funded study released Monday in the journal Nature Climate Change. The U.S. in recent years has experienced prolonged drenchings that have doused Nashville in 2010, West Virginia and Louisiana in 2016 and Houston this year. The disasters cost about $20 billion a year in damage.

CBS suspends Rose, PBS halts his show following allegations

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:28:04 UT

NEW YORK (AP) — Charlie Rose is the latest public figure to be felled by sexual misconduct allegations, with PBS halting distribution of his nightly interview show and CBS News suspending him Monday following a Washington Post report with the accusations of eight women. The women, who all worked for Rose or tried to work for him, accused the veteran newsman of groping them, walking naked in front of them and telling one that he dreamed about her swimming nude. Rose, 75, said in a statement that he was "deeply embarrassed" and apologized for his behavior. "PBS was shocked to learn today of these deeply disturbing allegations," the public broadcasting service said in a statement.

Investigators: Roy Halladay performed turns before crash

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:16:10 UT

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Retired star pitcher Roy Halladay sped his small sports plane low over the Gulf of Mexico minutes before his fatal crash two weeks ago, climbing sharply in the final seconds before diving into the water, federal investigators said in a preliminary report released Monday. National Transportation Safety Board investigator Noreen Price placed no blame for the Nov. 7 accident near Tampa, simply laying out the facts as gleaned from the plane's data recorder and eyewitnesses. A final report with conclusions could take one to two years.

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:01:49 UT

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday: 1. HOW TRUMP IS SQUEEZING PYONGYANG The president announces that the U.S. is putting North Korea on America's terrorism blacklist. He also promises a new wave of sanctions. 2. CHARLIE ROSE HIT WITH HARASSMENT CLAIMS Eight women reportedly accuse the veteran newsman of multiple unwanted sexual advances and inappropriate behavior 3. WHY EPIC LEGAL BATTLE LOOMS The Justice Department is suing AT&T to stop its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner. 4. 'HE HAD THAT MANIACAL LOOK' Other killers snuffed out far more lives than Charles Manson.

Charles Manson used charm to turn youths into mass killers

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 23:51:00 UT

LOS ANGELES (AP) — In summer 1969, a scruffy ex-convict with a magnetic hold on young women sent some of his disciples into the night to carry out a series of gruesome killings in Los Angeles. In so doing, Charles Manson became the leering face of evil on front pages across America and rewrote the history of an era. Manson, the hippie cult leader who died of natural causes Sunday at age 83 after nearly half a century behind bars, orchestrated the slayings of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six other people, butchered at two homes on successive August nights by intruders who scrawled "Pigs" and "Healter Skelter" (sic) in the victims' blood. The slaughter horrified the world.