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Director David Ayer teases that 'something will happen tomorrow' on his Twitter page for his upcoming 'Suicide Squad' movie. [...]
There is a great deal to look forward to in David Ayer's Suicide Squad, from the look of the first ever live-action Harley Quinn to the chemistry that exists within the ensemble, but right at the top of the list is the fact that the movie will be bringing us a brand new cinematic version of The Joker. Show More Summary
Suicide in Fast Rise Among Some Americans, Study Shows Suicide rates for adults between the ages of 40 and 64 has risen sharply in recent years—and astronomically since 2007—leading researchers to believe that the U.S. economic downturn has played a significant role in the increase, a study...
“Another message to America and its allies,” says the grisly video, released Friday by the jihadist group ISIS, or the Islamic State. This time, the victim is British hostage Alan Henning. “Because of our Parliament’s decision...Show More Summary
In the comic book movie world, there are fewer productions currently gaining more steam than David Ayer's Suicide Squad. The movie announced most of its stacked ensemble in early December, and filming is set to begin in the coming weeks. Show More Summary
A Pennsylvania man accused of killing his wife with an ax on Christmas Eve died after a suicide attempt.
[Update]: The case involving a Massachusetts teen who faces involuntary manslaughter charges in the death of her depressed friend has sparked a national debate over the reach of the law. Saturday, cops spoke to reporters about developments in the case of suspect, Michelle Carter, 18, and the deceased, Conrad Roy III. Show More Summary
CNN has acquired phone recordings that raise questions about Bill O'Reilly's presence at the suicide of a figure involved in the investigation of JFK's assassination. Then a reporter at WFAA, a televisions news station in Dallas, O'Reilly...Show More Summary
A Massachusetts teenager is facing involuntary manslaughter charges after police say she encouraged her friend to commit suicide.
We can’t let it be the elephant in the room. Because it will still sit there, taking up space, whether or not we ignore it.
A young girl suspected to have been planning a suicide bombing was beaten to death and then set on fire in a Nigerian vegetable market. The girl, who was traveling with another young woman, refused to be searched at the market's entrance which alarmed the community. Show More Summary
Before he became the Islamic State’s most high-profile executioner, Jihadi John considered killing himself.
A Massachusetts teen, Michelle Carter, was charged with involuntary manslaughter after police say she encouraged her friend Conrad Roy III to commit suicide. Following Conrad’s death, Carter became the center of attention as she sponsored charity events in the dead teen’s honor. Show More Summary
BAUCHI, Nigeria (AP) — A crowd beat to death a teenage girl accused of planning to be a suicide bomber and then set her body ablaze Sunday, according to police and witnesses at a northeastern Nigerian market. A second suspect, also a teenage girl, was arrested at Muda Lawal, the biggest market in Bauchi city. Show More Summary
Jamie Lyall reflects on an all-too-familiar afternoon of disappointment and turmoil at Murrayfield on Saturday.
LONDON (AP) — Newly published emails suggest the man who became known as "Jihadi John" had suicidal thoughts before leaving Britain for Syria. In an email exchange with the Mail on Sunday five years ago, he talked of taking too many sleeping pills and sleeping forever as a way to get away from British security service scrutiny. Show More Summary
(BAUCHI, Nigeria) — A crowd beat to death a teenage girl accused of being a suicide bomber and then set her body ablaze Sunday, according to police and witnesses at a northeastern Nigerian market. A second suspect, also a teenage girl, was arrested at Muda Lawal, the biggest market in Bauchi city. A spate of…
Before he was ISIS' notorious executioner, Mohammed Emwazi was an upscale Londoner —and one who apparently felt persecuted, according to old email correspondence between Emwazi and journalist Robert Verkaik dating back to 2010 and 2011. In them, published yesterday in the Daily Mail, Emwazi discusses feeling like MI5 is scrutinizing...
Islamic State militants buy young boys and train them to become Jihadists and suicide bombers.