Inside the World’s First-Ever Space Crime

Inside the World’s First-Ever Space Crime

While this story might not be “Tiger King” levels of wild, it’s still quite a ride. Jealousy, revenge and–yes–astronauts. Read on to learn more about the world’s first ever “space crime.” What Happened? Lt. Col Anne McClain is an astronaut and combat veteran, having flown combat missions in Iraq before …

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‘Zoombombing’ Isn’t a Prank, It’s a Federal Crime

‘Zoombombing’ Isn’t a Prank, It’s a Federal Crime

Zoom has become one of the most popular ways for people to stay in touch during the coronavirus pandemic. As an unprecedented number of people work–and socialize–from home, the video conferencing app is essential. But it isn’t all funny backgrounds and filters. Hackers have discovered an easy way to hijack …

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Serial Killer Found Dead in Prison

Serial Killer Found Dead in Prison

Lonnie Franklin Jr.–better known as the Grim Sleeper–was found dead in prison last week. The 67-year-old convicted serial killer murdered at least 10 women in California. The Grim Sleeper His serial killer moniker was coined by “LA Weekly” in 2008 after his earlier murders in the 80s were linked to …

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Surprising Ways COVID-19 Is Impacting Crime Rates in Major Cities

Surprising Ways COVID-19 Is Impacting Crime Rates in Major Cities

As cities like New York and San Francisco issue strict “shelter-in-place” orders, it might seem like a no-brainer that crime rates are falling. After all, people can’t go outside to do crimes, right? Well, there’s more to the story than that. Certain types of crime are trending way down–but others …

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