According to deputies, the woman’s caregiver — who stops by twice a week — walked in on the sick afternoon sex assault. But as the suspect fled, she snapped a photo of him, which she gave to investigators.
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THE REAL REASON JOHN LENNON DIED
Chilling truth 40 years after tragic murder
QUEEN OUTSMARTS SCHEMING MEGHAN!
Orders Eugenie out of Frogmore o Harry will have a home in Britain!
TEXAS AIN'T HOG HEAVEN ANYMORE!
Shoot-on-sight order as dangerous wild pig population explodes
KIM & KANYE FOOD FIGHT!
His fatty treats make her want to gag!
CAITLYN'S SKIN CANCER HORROR!
Doc removes spots on the scalp after surgery on star’s nose
KELSEY AIN'T NO CRY BABY!
But Frasier icon weeps at drop of a hat
GLAUCOMA BREAKTHROUGH WORKS AT DOC'S OFFICE!
No surgery! No drugs!
EPSTIN MADAM'S $30M JAIL BREAK!
Terrified & tortured Ghislaine Maxwell risks family fortune to buy her freedom
Loretta Lynn & Dolly feuding over Nashville TRASH TALK!
ANGELINA JOLIE CAUGHT IN DEPP CHEATING SCANDAL
Shocking details to be exposed in Johnny’s court fight with Amber
Domestic Abuse Battery Affects All Ages
Every day in court, dockets are being filled with do-mestic abuse battery cases.
The Christmas Clock
It was December 2012, a week before Christmas. I was sitting alone at my kitchen table in Missouri, watching the hands of my Christmas clock tick toward the hour. I was waiting to hear it play “Silent Night,” which it did every night at 11 o’clock. The tune always lifted my spirits. But the second hand passed the hour mark without a peep. My heart sank. The music mechanism must have broken. You couldn’t have picked a better metaphor for my life—I kept on ticking, but the joy was missing.
Mapping My Mother
In isolation, a writer connects her mother’s attempt to protect her from “never-being-able-to-leave-Cuba-itis” to her own desire to protect her children amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum talked with San Francisco-based artist Linday Stripling about watercolors, dreams, and making the leap to being a full-time artist.
Four for Dad
One at the head, one at the foot and one on either side
The sweet hereafter
Despite a tumultuous year on- and off-screen, DAYS’s Suzanne Rogers is doing just fine
Donna Teti sat next to her mother, Jean, at a wedding reception table. A stream of guests filed past, greeting them—the mother and grandmother of the bride.
Brain Fitness Can Help Fight Memory Loss
It’s a common problem many of us encounter as we age — we forget more things and it seems to happen more frequently. It can be a frustrating experience and even a frightening one as we worry that serious issues of dementia are just around the corner.
It was a Saturday afternoon.
The Scoop On This Key B Vitamin
Studies link low folate levels to depression, cognitive diffculties, stroke, heart disease, and more