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Susan Powell vanished on Dec. 7, 2009. Her body has never been found. From the beginning, West Valley City, Utah police suspected Susan's husband, Josh Powell, had murdered her. They never arrested him. COLD dives deep into the case files, uncovering never-before-heard details. You'll learn why Susan stayed with an abusive husband, why Josh did what he did and how the justice system failed Susan and her two boys.
 
Murder, or a freak accident? Cover-up, or just rumors? On November 19th, 2011, after a night out with "friends", Jaleayah Davis was struck by her own car and found laying in the passing lane of I-77. Her car? Found 3/10 of a mile north of her body. Her clothes? Found laying over the guardrail. Her friends? The granddaughter of a former sheriff, and the son of a former police officer. The rumors? Running wild.
 
Retired Cold Case Investigator Paul Holes and Investigative Journalist Billy Jensen dig deep into unsolved murders, unidentified remains and missing persons cases. Each week listeners ride shotgun as Holes and Jensen attempt to solve the crime using a variety of methods, from old-fashioned detective work to advanced technologies including familial DNA searches, social media geotargeting, and maybe most important—the skills of their listeners who send in tips and theories, becoming active mem ...
 
Nowadays it seems like everyone is fascinated or intrigued by true crime cases, whether they want to admit it or not. Best friends, Arielle and Amanda, are no different. Join them as they discuss and analyze various true crime cases from murders and abductions to unsolved mysteries. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homicidehomegirls/support
 
Trace Evidence is a weekly true crime podcast that focuses on unsolved cases, from chilling murders to missing persons. Join host Steven Pacheco as he examines each case, diving deep into the evidence and exploring the theories which revolve around them. For each unsolved case, there are the victims and their families, who want answers and the abductors and murders who hide the truth. For more information please visit: Trace-Evidence.com https://www.patreon.com/traceevidence Social Media: ht ...
 
With a mutual fascination for true crime, Emily and Alisha have taken it upon themselves to explore the depravity that holds a special place in the Pacific Northwest. Murder in the Rain examines the brutality, history, and humanity of these notorious murders. With the help of authors, psychologists, detectives, victim's families, and their producer Josh, Murder in the Rain brings an understanding as to who the victims were while investigating the killer's origins and motives. For images and ...
 
A look into the lesser known murders and true crime of Colorado. Learn about dark tales from Colorado and the murderous history of the Mile High City. Contact the host at: coloredredpodcast@gmail.com and find the show on Facebook or Instagram @coloredredpodcast to see photos associated with each case.
 
Horror 'dramedy' podcast. Siblings Andrea and Wren discuss what they're so scared of, and feature all things horror, from true crime to medical mysteries to horror pop culture. The podcast is also interactive in that fans are free to email with their own horror stories for the siblings to discuss in select episodes.
 
The business, market, and ESG news, brought to you by experts, edited for humans. After more than two decades of experience as ESG company and market analysts and eight decades of experience in fact-based snark, we make business and investing news suck less for real people and the investor-curious.
 
Anaheim investigator Julissa Trapp is not like other detectives. She’s the only woman on the homicide squad, and a skilled chameleon: undercover cop in vice stings, crime-scene commander, patient confidante of killers. A master interrogator, she invokes her personal experience – and deepest griefs – as a tool to elicit confessions. When a young woman’s body is found at a trash-sorting plant, Trapp learns the murder may be linked to the disappearance of three other women in nearby Santa Ana. ...
 
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A "small group of whānau" are refusing to help police investigating the death of a baby boy in South Auckland. Officers investigating the homicide of the 10-month-old child are calling for people to speak up, as some within the family have moved to not co-operate. It comes after the child's death on Sunday, September 6, after police were called to …
 
CISA tells the Feds to patch Zerologon by midnight tonight. Cerberus surges after its source code is released. Rampant Kitten, an Iranian surveillance operation, is described. The US bans on WeChat and TikTok were both postponed. Justin Harvey from Accenture marks three years since wannacry with a look at ransomware. Our own Rick Howard on red and …
 
Throughout the 1970s, Lubbock Texas lived up the nickname “Hub City,” though not for the reasons they wanted. It was a hub for criminal activity. The city’s violent crime rate was and is high but a series of unsolved murders from the decade still haunt Lubbock to this day. These are the stories of two of the victims of brutal slayings that both occ…
 
In this episode the doctors talk about the extremely rare crimes of Female Sexual Homicide Offenders, with an overview of current, yet small amount of, current academic research. They also talk about convicted child murderer Melissa Huckaby and The Moors Murders. They also do a quick review on female sex offender typologies. Remember to use the cod…
 
In November of 2017, Cheyann Klus left her home in a Chicago suburb to hang out with a friend. After partying all day and night, Cheyann sent desperate texts to a friend in the early morning hours. After her pleas went unanswered, Cheyann was never heard from again… until twelve days later, when her phone mysteriously called 911. Join Amanda and Ar…
 
Throughout March and April, QuoIntelligence (QuoINT) observed four attacks (i.e. sightings) utilizing various tools from the Golden Chickens (GC) Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) portfolio – they recently declassified their findings, after first notifying their clients. Further, during their analysis of the sightings, QuoIntelligence confirmed the GC Ma…
 
The IPO drought on the New Zealand stock exchange is set to be broken by a cannabis company. Rua Bioscience was founded in 2016 on the East Coast, and the company is aiming to be a leading producer of cannabinoid derived medicines. Up to $20 million in new capital is being sought to fund Rua's next stage of development, support the achievement of s…
 
Facebook takes down three Russian networks for coordinated inauthenticity: a lot of activity but not much evident ROI. Russia calls for confidence-building measures in cyberspace. CISA detects a successful incursion into an unnamed Federal agency. Governments warn of heightened rates of cyberattacks against medical organizations. Mike Benjamin from…
 
Kentucky received $6 million from Congress through the Cares Act for election improvements. We speak with Jared Dearing, executive director of the Kentucky State Board of Elections. And, John Arquilla wrote a book that looks at the strategy and tactics used by the Allies and the Axis powers in World War II. He joins us to discuss how the Allies won…
 
We talk to Graham Brookie of the Atlantic Council about Turning Point USA, a pro-Trump youth group that has been paying young conservatives to make false posts online claiming that mail-in ballots will lead to election fraud. Brookie says this kind of domestic misinformation is more dangerous than foreign because of its scale and scope. Also, a gro…
 
Black Lives Matter and Antifa have made their intentions clear: Destroy every American city until they get their revolution. They are attacking anyone who films their criminal actions, and they use intimidation tactics, threats, and assaults to stop their enemies. They must be exposed. _______________________________________________________________…
 
New Zealand could be days away from losing its "highest-profile international sporting event" should the Government not approve plans for the ASB Classic tennis tournament in January. According to ASB Classic tournament director Karl Budge, organisers have been in talks with the Government for three months but remain in the dark after submitting th…
 
"Shrek 2" has been found living in a forestry block adjoining Wairakaia Station at Muriwai and the long, woolly beast of a sheep will feature at the Spring Show. The Gisborne Shrek rivals the Merino wether found on Bendigo Station near Tarras in Otago in the South Island that gained international fame in 2004. The original Shrek avoided the muster …
 
National leader Judith Collins and Labour's Jacinda Ardern went head-to-head on a raft of issues - in the first televised leaders debate of the election campaign on Tuesday. Collins said she'd had feedback from people in her hometown that they liked she "tells it straight" and said she really enjoyed the debate. Some commentators have said Ardern a…
 
Winston Peters says an Ihumatao deal could have broken the Labour-New Zealand First coalition. In Orewa today, the New Zealand First leader emphasised the party's role in stopping a Government deal over the South Auckland land. Peters says New Zealand First talked with Labour about not having "politically correct policies" that would undermine the …
 
Former Prime Minister Helen Clark is encouraging people to vote yes in the upcoming End of Life Choice referendum, telling New Zealanders not to let "fear or misinformation get in the way of compassion". This is the first time Clark has publicly said which way she would be voting in this referendum, and she has come out strongly in the "vote yes" c…
 
The Antarctic blast heading this way is being billed by weather forecasters as a one-in-10 year storm. From tomorrow evening the weather bomb should bring to the South Island wind, rain - and heavy snow in some areas. Most of the country will feel the wrath of the deep low's strong winds and falling temperatures as it progresses north. MetService w…
 
Emerging at the top of the Supreme Court steps on Thursday, President Donald Trump heard something he doesn't often hear -- at least directed toward him: booing. "Vote him out," crowds began chanting when Trump appeared before the flag-draped coffin containing the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week after a long bout with cancer. W…
 
Today’s episode is different than usual and the best way to kick off spooky season a little early! Sitting down with the 1BR producer - Alok Mishra, Clayton Hoff (Lester), and Naomi Grossman (Janice). You may know her as Pepper from American Horror Story but she does an amazing job playing Janice in this movie! ((SORRY CLAY! I called you “Hoffman” …
 
UNSOLVED: A special edition of Yesterday’s News exploring one of history’s most baffling murder mysteries. The Ordeal Of Hattie LeBlanc Episode 413 is the sordid little tale of a French Canadian girl who gets wrapped up in an ugly situation involving her employers, a womanizing laundry owner and his suffering wife. It only gets uglier when the husb…
 
Zerologon is being actively exploited in the wild. The OldGremlin ransomware gang picks on Russian targets. Thought Fancy Bear was done with NATO? (Think again.) The US Treasury Department sanctions more organizations and individuals for malign influence operations. Betsy Carmelite from BAH on vaccine laboratory cybersecurity. Our guest is Shena Th…
 
After no officers in Louisville, Kentucky, were charged in the death of Breonna Taylor, many people are feeling pain, anger and uncertainty about where to go from here in the fight for justice for Black Americans. Author and historian Ibram X. Kendi joins us to discuss what's next for the movement. And, author Gillian Flynn talks about her new Amaz…
 
Across the country, Americans are remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a woman who dedicated her life to the fight for equality before the law. We talk with professor Jonathan Entin, who once a clerk for the Supreme Court justice. Also, Education Week reporter Andrew Ujifusa discusses Trump's call for patriotic education designed by the 1776 Commission…
 
The Green party co-leader is covering for one of his MPs - after a wealth tax blunder. One of the Green's election policies includes a plan to make Kiwis with a net worth greater than one million dollars, pay one percent of their wealth to the Government - as a tax. At yesterday's MYOB small business panel discussion, Green MP Julie Anne Genter tol…
 
New Zealand Rugby Players' Association boss Rob Nichol isn't losing sleep over a potential player revolt, citing a lot of work still needs to be done for the Rugby Championship to go ahead. A schedule has been released that New Zealand Rugby insist they did not authorise, which sees the All Blacks play their final match on December 12. Based on cur…
 
Profitable fruit pickers are being told to pay staff a proper rate if they want more staff. Francie Perry says she wants to bring in strawberry pickers from the pacific islands, because there are not enough locals who can do the work. Critics have said she should pay more to attract locals but Perry told Kate Hawkesby this morning how they pay. “We…
 
A cool innovation story for you tonight, it's called Upstock, and it's an app which is making waves in the hospitality sector. It's an online stock ordering system for bars, restaurants and cafes, which replaces the pretty-medieval pen and paper systems many use, reducing mistakes, waste and cost.Philip Fierlinger is Upstock's co-CEO and also the c…
 
The Green Party is insisting it doesn't have a bottom line in Coalition negotiations with the Labour Party. One of the Green's election policies includes a plan to make Kiwis with a net worth greater than $1 million pay one percent of their wealth to the Government as a tax. At yesterday's MYOB small business panel discussion, Green MP Julie Anne G…
 
Investigations continue after three people from the same family test positive for Covid-19. 31 people are self isolating after coming into contact with the trio on their travels to Taupo between September 18 and 20. There, they met up with 18 others from five locations around the country. Acting Director of Public Health Dr Harriette Carr told Heat…
 
National's proposed changes to the Zero Carbon Act and significant shifts to the place of agriculture in the Emissions Trading Scheme have drawn scorn from Labour leader Jacinda Ardern. She blasted National's agricultural policy this afternoon, calling it "backwards-looking," and "hugely disappointing". "The policy that has been put out by the Nati…
 
Confessed rapist Bradley Robert Edwards has been found guilty of two murders in the Claremont serial killer case. The mystery haunted Perth for more than 25 years until WA Supreme Court Justice Stephen Hall handed down his verdict on Thursday, bringing an end to the state's so-called "trial of the century". Edwards, a former Telstra technician who …
 
The four northernmost regions in New Zealand now account for more than 50 percent of the country’s population. Northland, Auckland, Waikato, and Bay of Plenty have collectively grown by 321,400 people between 2013 and 2019. Massey University sociologist Professor Paul Spoonley says these figures are surprising. "They grew in the last seven years by…
 
Hopefully someone will fix the Rugby Championship draw so the All Blacks aren't stuck in quarantine on Christmas Day. It's already been reported that senior players with new babies or babies on the way won’t go if this happens. But the question is, if this can’t be fixed, should we expect those players to miss Christmas with their families? Absolut…
 
Facebook takes down coordinated inauthenticity. A ransomware-involved death is attributed to DoppelPaymer. CISA and the FBI warn of coming election disinformation. LokiBot is back in a big way. Operation DisrupTor collars a hundred-seventy Darknet contraband merchants. Joe Carrigan comments on the botched ransomware attack in Germany that led to a …
 
A new report released by Republican senators calls Hunter Biden's role in the Ukrainian energy company Burisma "problematic" and "awkward," but says it's not clear what effect it has on U.S. policy toward Ukraine. Karoun Demirjian, national security reporter for The Washington Post, joins us to discuss. And, Dr. Neelu Tummala talks about the public…
 
The PBs set up a trap for Philadelphia Antifa by pretending to hold a rally so that they would show up, find no common enemy, and then turn on each other. It worked, and Antifa groups not only held one of the saddest rallies in American history, they ended up attacking each other, according to plan. I almost feel bad for these people by now. ______…
 
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