The FBI have searched a remote rural location hoping to find clues about the disappearance of a 17-year-old girl who was allegedly abducted, gang-raped, shot and then fed to alligators. The bureau was searching a rural area of South Carolina on Friday (24 March) in connection to the disappearance of Brittannee Drexel, which occurred almost eight years ago. Last summer Taquan Brown, who is serving 25 years for an unrelated manslaughter case, testified that Drexel was abducted, gang-raped and then shot dead when she tried to escape in 2009.
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On Saturday, President Donald Trump hosted 25 living recipients of the Medal of Honor at the White House in recognition of the rarely-celebrated Medal of Honor Day. But being awarded the the nation's highest military award doesn't happen often. The medal has only been conferred just 18 times after more than a decade of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. Many recipients lose their lives in the act that the award recognizes. But some, like retired Marine Cpl. Kyle Carpenter - who received the award in June 2014 - survive and learn from the president that they are being given the highest possible recognition for their courage. So how does that discussion actually go? Fortunately, that moment when Carpenter
Under Armour (UA) sneakers have gotten knocked in their past for their lack of cool. But sneaker heads may be forced to pipe down when feasting their years on one upcoming launch. The sportswear company will debut the UA ArchiTech Futurist on March 30 for the lofty price of $300, it revealed on Wednesday. They will be the next Under Armour line to use a 3D printed sole. Also, the sneakers will not have laces, instead using a compression system combined with a smaller zipper to keep one's foot secure (picture below). To be sure, Under Armour could use an innovative new product such as the UA ArchiTech Futurist to begin changing the discussion on its future. The UA ArchiTech Futurist Under Armour's
Supporters of President Trump holding a rally on a popular Southern California beach clashed with counter-protesters on Saturday and four people were arrested, law enforcement said. Multiple fights broke out and at least one Trump supporter was doused with pepper spray when pro-Trump demonstrators marching along Bolsa Chica State Beach encountered a small group opposed to the Republican president who had gathered to denounce the rally. Four counter-protesters were arrested, three for illegal use of pepper spray and one for assault and battery, Kevin Pearsall, a spokesman for the California State Parks Police said on Saturday evening. (Reuters) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr.
LENOIR CITY, Tenn. - The state of Tennessee has billed a dead teen nearly $3,000 to replace the guardrail that killed her in a car crash in November. Around 5:44 a.m. ET Nov. 1, Hannah Eimers, 17, was driving her father's 2000 Volvo S80 on Interstate 75 northbound near Niota, Tenn., when the car left the road, traveled into the median and hit the end of a guardrail with the driver's side door, according to a Tennessee Highway Patrol crash report. Instead of deflecting the car or buckling to absorb the impact, the guardrail end impaled the vehicle, striking the teen in the head and chest and pushing her into the back seat, according to the report. Four months later, Steven Eimers of Lenoir City received a $2,970 bill from the Tennessee Department of Transportation, dated Feb. 24 and addressed to Hannah for the cost of labor and materials to install 25 feet of guardrail at the scene of the crash.
DEAR AMY: I have been married for 33 years. I love my husband, but I have totally enabled him - to the point where I am now feeling abused. For instance, this morning, he was in a minor car accident. Through my business relationships, I have an excellent contact in the repair business, and so I kindly took his car in, gave him mine to use in the interim and picked up the rental. I asked him to drive the rental so I could have my car back, and he refused. I told him I felt used. He basically said I should get over it. Because of my family background and decades of behaving this way, I am now at the point where I feel incredibly put upon because of all of the expectations, as well as the total