Pope Francis says police should exercise the Christian virtue of mercy—even when dealing with Italy's notorious traffic. At a meeting with officers in charge of the nation's roads Monday, he praised their work but urged them to show mercy in the situations they encounter daily, the BBC reports. "Mercy...
Debra Tate, sister of slain actress Sharon Tate, said she wasn't relieved on Sunday when she heard that Charles Manson, the notorious cult leader and convicted murderer responsible for her sister's death, had died in prison.
"I knew from the start that I wouldn't be caught," D.B. Cooper wrote in the newly released letter.
Charles Manson is dead and the timing is definitely appropriate. The most notorious inmate in the California prison system died this week at 83 of natural causes in a Bakersfield hospital where he had been taken from Corcoran State Prison. Death came not long after an abdominal condition from which he suffered had been found […]
Charles Manson, the man who convinced his followers to commit a notoriously brutal spree of murders in 1969, has died. But as far as pop culture is concerned, Charles Manson is alive and well.In the half-century since Manson’s acolytes killed pregnant actress Sharon Tate and four others on an August ... More »
When cult leader Charles Manson and his "family" carried out their infamous nine-person killing spree in 1969 Los Angeles, the events sent shockwaves across America. Born from the the hippie scene of late-60s California, Manson's murders landed him a life sentence in prison. Show More Summary
Charlie Rose interviewed the notorious cult killer, who has been called an "evil, sophisticated con man with twisted and warped moral values"
Notorious cult killer Charles Manson gave a rambling jailhouse interview to Charlie Rose in 1986 that aired on CBS News' Nightwatch. Manson died Nov. 19, 2017 at a California hospital after being imprisoned for more than 45 years.
Charles Manson, a cult leader whose crimes loom large in the American psyche, died in the early hours of Monday, the Associated Press confirmed. He was 83.
After spending more than 43 years in prison, Charles Manson, the notorious cult leader behind the Tate-Labianca murders has died.
A Catholic priest in Italy is facing criticism this week after he compared a prominent pro-abortion politician to a notorious mafia boss. The Rev. Francesco Pieri, of Bologna, Italy, argued that “morally there is no difference” between an abortion activist supporting the killing of unborn babies and a mob boss ordering that people be killed, […]
Twenty years after orchestrating the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969, Charles Manson was asked to describe who he was in one sentence. After taking a pause for dramatic effect, he continued: "I'm nobody. Show More Summary
Charles Manson, the '60s cult leader behind one of the most notorious killings in American history, died Sunday in California after a prolonged illness, officials said. He was 83. Manson -- housed at Corcoran State Prison since 1989 -- died at 8:13 p.m. Show More Summary
Charles Manson, notorious leader of a murderous cult in the 1960s, is dead at 83. He had been imprisoned since 1971 and died of natural causes at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Continue reading…
“Charles Manson, one of the most notorious murderers of the 20th century…” has died, reports The New York Times. Manson was 83 and died of natural causes, the paper said. The Times story adds, “Mr. Manson was a semiliterate habitual...
He reportedly died of natural causes at a California hospital. Charles Manson, the notorious leader of a racist cult serving a life sentence for ordering his followers to commit murder in 1969, died in a California hospital of natural causes on Sunday night at the age of 83, NBC confirms. Show More Summary
Notorious cult leader Charles Manson, whose followers went on a murder spree in Los Angeles in 1969, plunging the city in fear and the country in shock, passed away on Nov. 19 at a hospital in Kern County, California. … death on Twitter. While some rejoiced at the cult leader’s passing away,...
Manson had already been hospitalized in January with an unnamed condition described as "serious."
The New York Times reports: Charles Manson, one of the most notorious murderers of the 20th century, who was very likely the most culturally persistent and perhaps also the most inscrutable, died on Sunday in Kern County, Calif. He was 83 and had been behind bars for most of his life. Show More Summary
As former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic — the notorious "Butcher of Bosnia" — awaits a verdict on genocide charges in the custody of the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal, … Click to Continue »