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Man's Fall From Cliff Ruled a Hate Crime 30 Years Later

Man's Fall From Cliff Ruled a Hate Crime 30 Years Later

By Donyae Lewis | Dec 10
With his clothes folded neatly into a pile and student I.D. left out along with other miscellaneous items, young gay teen Scott Johnson fell to his death from a cliff in Sydney, Australia. The year was 1988.

Gay SF Man Charged in Murder

Gay SF Man Charged in Murder

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Dec 9
A gay San Francisco man has pleaded not guilty to murder, robbery, and other charges related to the death of a man he had reportedly been caring for.

Watch: Ky. Gay Couple Suffer Broken Eye Sockets, Fractured Noses in Possible Hate Crime

Watch: Ky. Gay Couple Suffer Broken Eye Sockets, Fractured Noses in Possible Hate Crime

Dec 8
A gay couple is speaking out after being brutally beaten in what may be labeled as a hate crime.

Only In Florida: Ballet Beauty Beats Beau in Dispute Over Sex Toys, Laptop

Only In Florida: Ballet Beauty Beats Beau in Dispute Over Sex Toys, Laptop

Dec 7
This nutcracker is anything but sweet.

Neb. Woman Found Dead After Tinder Date with Another Woman

Neb. Woman Found Dead After Tinder Date with Another Woman

Dec 6
The body of a Nebraska woman has been recovered three weeks after she was reported missing, following a Tinder date with another woman.

Los Angeles, NYC, London Chase Growing Mass of Sex Cases

Los Angeles, NYC, London Chase Growing Mass of Sex Cases

By Colleen Long And Michael Balsamo | Dec 3
Police in London, Los Angeles and New York are working to untangle an ever-growing mass of sexual assault and harassment complaints against powerful men, creating challenges even for big cities used to handling celebrities.

How The Kate Steinle Case Became an Immigration Flashpoint

How The Kate Steinle Case Became an Immigration Flashpoint

Dec 2
A jury's decision to acquit a Mexican man in the 2015 slaying of Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier has reignited the furor of critics who in the two years since have pointed to Steinle's death as evidence of the need for tougher immigration policies.

Police: Retiree Made Ricin, Tested It On Neighbors

Police: Retiree Made Ricin, Tested It On Neighbors

By Lisa Rathke | Dec 2
A retirement community resident made ricin and tested the deadly toxin on her Betty Miller told an FBI agent that she wanted to "injure herself" and was testing the poison's effectiveness on other residents at the Wake Robin senior living facility.

San Francisco Defends Sanctuary Status As Backlash Mounts

San Francisco Defends Sanctuary Status As Backlash Mounts

By Paul Elias And Janie Har | Dec 2
The attacks on San Francisco and other cities with similar immigration policies began moments after a jury acquitted a Mexican man of killing a woman on a popular pier, some calling for a boycott of the city.

Man Who Posed as Justin Bieber to Entice Girls Sentenced

Man Who Posed as Justin Bieber to Entice Girls Sentenced

Nov 29
A Connecticut man who pretended to be pop stars like Justin Bieber and Harry Styles to entice young girls into performing sexual acts during online video chats has been sentenced to 17 years in prison.

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