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Yahoo! ArtsOct 30, 2020
After 50 Years, a Suspect Emerges in a Cold Murder Case
Rosalie Sanz was a teenager in 1969 when she looked out the window of her family's San Diego home on a dark November night and saw two men in suits. She remembers her mother listening quietly to the detectives telling her that her 23-year-old daughter, Mary Scott, had been murdered."It was very brief," Sanz said. "They closed the door, and my mom came and told me that my sister had been killed."The case went cold for half a century.But on Tuesday, the San Diego Police Department announced that with the help of forensic genealogy, a suspect had been identified. On Oct. 24, John Jeffrey Sipos, 75, was arrested in Schnecksville, Pennsylvania, in the murder of Scott, the police said. Sipos is being held in the Lehigh County Detention Center awaiting extradition to San Diego, they said.Charges will be filed this week in the "cold case murder," Tanya Sierra, a spokeswoman for the San Diego County District Attorney's Office, said in an email.The case is one of the latest to benefit from advances in DNA and genetic genealogy, which have given new momentum to dormant murder files in the United States, helping investigators track down suspects and families find justice.The first high-profile case to be cracked with genetic genealogy, which relies on identifying DNA collected at a crime scene by searching for the perpetrator's relatives in genealogy databases, was that of Joseph James DeAngelo, also known as the Golden State Killer, who was arrested in Sacramento, California, in 2018.DeAngelo, who pleaded guilty to a series of

Yahoo! ArtsOct 30, 2020
David Perdue: Georgia senator pulls out of final debate after 'brutal' takedown by Democrat goes viral
Video of debate where Democrat Jon Ossoff calls Republican incumbent a ‘crook' has been viewed more than 11m times on Twitter


Yahoo! ArtsOct 30, 2020
Two same-sex couples in military marry in first for Taiwan
Two lesbian couples tied the knot in a mass wedding held by Taiwan's military on Friday in a historic celebration with their peers. Taiwan is the only place in Asia to have legalized same-sex marriage, with more than 4,000 such couples marrying since the legislation passed in May 2019. The mass wedding with 188 couples was the first time same-sex couples have been wed and celebrated at a military ceremony.


Billboard Music NewsOct 30, 2020
Sam Smith Makes ‘Late Show' Debut With Sparkling ‘Diamonds' Performance: Watch
Smith stopped by "The Late Show" for the very first time for a sparkling performance of "Diamonds."

New York Times BooksOct 29, 2020
12 New Books We Recommend This Week
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

Billboard Music NewsOct 29, 2020
‘Despacito,' ‘Gangnam Style' & More: Which YouTube Top 10 Music Video Can You Not Stop Watching? Vote!
BTS and Halsey just joined the Billion Views Club on YouTube this week with their "Boy With Luv" music video. And while they've joined an elite club, the top 10 most-watched music videos of all time on YouTube have racked up many billions of views.

Billboard Music NewsOct 29, 2020
20 Questions With The Goo Goo Dolls: Why They Made a Holiday Album During ‘The Sh-tiest Year Ever'
Goo Goo Dolls' John Rzeznik answered Billboard's 20 Questions about their new Christmas LP, his humble beginnings and the Netflix show he's binge-watched multiple times.

Yahoo! ArtsOct 29, 2020
Daylight-saving time ends this weekend in the US. It's one of the world's stupidest rituals.
At 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 1, daylight-saving time will end. Clocks will fall back by one hour.


Yahoo! TVOct 29, 2020
Judge Judy's New Courtroom Series Lands at Amazon's IMDb TV
"Judge Judy" may be leaving the daytime syndication airwaves after this season, but Judy Sheindlin isn't ready to hang up her robe quite yet.Sheindlin has partnered with Amazon Studios for a new courtroom show she will host that will air on IMDb TV, Amazon's free streaming platform. When Sheindlin announced the end of her longrunning "Judge Judy," she teased she was already working on a follow-up series, "Judy Justice" and would be looking for a streaming distributor.The series, which is now untitled, "will feature no-nonsense, expeditious Judge Sheindlin's signature adjudication style with a new array of cases, litigants and judgments," according to Amazon's description.Also Read: Who Is Primed to Replace 'Judge Judy' on the Syndication Throne?"I'm over the moon to be in business with Amazon Studios and continuing this incredible journey with them on a new platform is so exciting," said Sheindlin. "I used to yell at my husband, Jerry, for all the packages he had ordered from Amazon every day. I have enough mouthwash in the cabinets to keep the entire planet's breath fresh until the next millennium. The doorbell never stops ringing. The dogs don't even bark at the delivery people anymore. After I signed this deal, I apologized to Jerry. Who would have thought that the Sheindlin's and Amazon would be mishpachah?"Sheindlin has hosted "Judge Judy" since 1996, netting a mammoth $47 million salary that put her at the top of Forbes' list of highest-paid TV hosts in 2018. For the last 11 years, "Judge Judy" has led

Billboard Music NewsOct 29, 2020
Diane Warren on #MeToo Musical ‘The Right Girl': ‘Music Is a Powerful Tool to Get Voices Heard'
The 11-time Oscar nominee, Harvey Weinstein accuser Louisette Geiss and Broadway rainmakers Susan Stroman and Howard Kagan created a sexual harassment musical that will screen as a Zoom movie before a live audience.

Yahoo! BooksOct 29, 2020
Row over basmati rice causes latest India and Pakistan friction
Tensions are once again boiling over between India and Pakistan - only this time over basmati rice, the long-grained aromatic staple of dinners around the world. Islamabad has taken offence to New Delhi's plans to seek permission from the European Union (EU) to export the grain as a product unique to India, known as protected geographical indication (PGI). Other products the EU currently recognises as having PGI status, described as possessing "qualities, reputation or characteristics relating to its place of origin", include Stilton cheese and Scottish whisky. Pakistan fears that if India is able to obtain this qualification standard, it will suggest that Indian basmati rice is superior to the Pakistani equivalent and harm its exports. Currently, the EU imports two-thirds of its approximately 900,000 metric tonnes of basmati rice annually from India, although Pakistan makes up the remaining third.


Yahoo! BooksOct 29, 2020
USPS admits delivery times are plummeting, says there's no "constitutional right" to timely delivery
USPS data shows that less than 70% of first-class mail arrived on time on Wednesday — and only 42% in Philadelphia

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