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Indigenous Women Are Disappearing — Can New Legislation Quell The Epidemic?

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America has finally broken its silence regarding the hundreds of Indigenous women that have gone missing or have been murdered in recent years. On September 21, 2020, the House passed Savanna’s Act and the Not Invisible Act to help law enforcement respond to this horrifying yet massively invisible crisis. In order to become law, the fates of both bills rest in the hands of President Trump.

Alaskan Serial Killer Released His Victims Into The Wilderness — Then Hunted Them Down Like Game

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From the outside, Robert Hansen looked harmless. With his black horn rim glasses, a shabby haircut, and an awkward smile, he fit most people’s stereotype of a nerd. He was a baker and a family man, but behind the normal facade lurked a serial killer who liked to torture and rape women before hunting and killing them like wild game.

Dentist filmed extracting tooth while on hoverboard found guilty on 46 counts

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A dentist in Anchorage, Alaska, has been convicted on dozens of charges after he was filmed extracting a patient’s tooth as he stood on a hoverboard, according to the Alaska Department of Law.

Seth Lookhart was convicted on 46 felony and misdemeanor counts in Anchorage Superior Court on Friday by Judge Michael Wolverton, who called the evidence presented by the state during a five-week bench trial “overwhelming,” the Department of Law said in a news release.