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Sad New Details About A Utah Man Who Shot His Wife And Children In A Murder-Suicide - And How His Wife Was Involved In His Plan
Jessica Griffith, 43, and Timothy Griffith, 45, along with their two children, Samantha Badel, 16, and Alexandre Griffith, 5, and pet German shepherd were found dead in their Mapleton home just months after moving to Utah from Switzerland. Timothy was found in an upstairs bedroom "with a shotgun between his legs.” Jessica and the couple’s biological son were hidden under a blanket on the bed with their heads covered by pillows. "I have found multiple text messages from Jessica to Timothy about not feeling well and having headaches.
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A powerful photograph captured former President George H.W. Bush looking at the casket of his wife, former first lady Barbara Bush, on Friday. Bush, 93, appeared in the photograph with his daughter Dorothy “Doro” Bush to pay their respects to the former first lady who died Tuesday at her Houston home at the age of 92. The former first lady and former president were married for 73 years. The former first lady was known for her sharp wit, candor and relentless advocacy for family literacy. Despite the mourning period, the former president was delighted to greet children and others who visited the church to pay their respects to Bush. Bush’s funeral is slated for Saturday at St. Martin’s Church
There was never a shortage of waify muses wandering through Paris in the Sixties and Seventies, but Loulou de la Falaise always stood apart from the rest. Even when she was in her fifties, the New Yorker declared her to have "always been the quintessential Rive Gauche haute bohémienne." Born Louise Vava Lucia Henriette Le Bailly de La Falaise, in England, to a count and a former model—the latter of whom the photographer Cecil Beaton famously said was the only English woman he knew who could be "really chic in really hideous clothes"—de la Falaise was part of high society. But she was also always a hard worker. After becoming a model, designer, and editor in New York, which led her to meet Yves Saint Laurent , she moved to Paris in the early Seventies to join the YSL couture team and become director of accessories. Along the way, she became a core member of his original, party-hard crew . And though she passed away in 2011, de la Falaise has hardly been forgotten; she's in fact now the subject of Loulou & Yves : The Untold Story of Loulou de La Falaise and the House of Saint Laurent , a new oral history written and compiled by Christopher Petkanas , who knew de la Falaise in the Eighties, and reunited with her in 2010, the year before her death at just 64. Featuring 150 original interviews, the book fleshes out how much more there was to de la Falaise than simply being Saint Laurent's muse. Here, a look back at her inimitable style throughout the years.
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos explains his famous one-character emails, known to strike fear in manager's hearts
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos still personally reads customer complaint emails sent to him, even though he doesn't reply to many of them, he said during an on-stage interview on Friday. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has a notorious habit of sending his executives an email which has a single character: a question mark. When the executive gets an email from Bezos that simply says "?" they know that Bezos is concerned about something because a customer complained, Bezos explained during an on-stage interview at the George Bush Presidential Center on Friday.
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A 45-year-old woman has less than a one percent chance of getting pregnant using her own eggs.
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Their marriage was the envy of friends and relatives, until it ended in bloodshed Friday morning, violence that seemed to come out of nowhere. Paul Truss had a sister who was killed by her husband about a decade ago in Kansas City. So Paul "knew that kind of pain," said Angela Monroe, a longtime friend. She was in disbelief that the man she recalled growing up with attending a Pentecostal church in Kansas City, Kan., and later asking to be her child's godfather, would kill his wife, Chantille, and then take his own life. "I know things don't just happen. I'm sure there's something, but to most people in their lives, they were just that couple," Monroe said. "Turbulence" had been building in the