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Recent articles by Jeff:

What Celebrity Surrogacy Is Really Like from One Mom Who’s Been There: ‘It Was Never About Money’

“It was rewarding to see that instant love they have,” the two-time surrogate tells PEOPLE → Read More

‘Angel of Death’ Nurse Suspected of Killing 60 Children Now Charged in 2-Year-Old’s 1981 Death

Texas authorities have added to the murder accusations against former pediatric nurse Genene Jones, who is suspected of killing as many as 60 children → Read More

Bill Cosby Plans Tour to Warn Men How to Stay Clear of Sex Assault Allegations — Gets Immediate Backlash

The entertainer, awaiting retrial on sex assault charges, will caution others about 'doing certain things they shouldn't be doing' → Read More

Brain Surgeon Accused of Child Sex Abuse Allegedly Wanted to Create ‘Sexual Families’ with Young Children: Docs

Dr. James Kohut, 57, pleaded not guilty in California to 11 child sex abuse counts → Read More

Lawyers for Michelle Carter Say Boyfriend Wanted to Kill Himself and Searched ‘What Meds Shall I Take to Die’

Defense attorneys for Michelle Carter, who is accused of urging friend Conrad Roy to kill himself in 2014, presented evidence at trial on Friday attempting to show Roy was determined to die without… → Read More

Judge Denies Request to Dismiss Case Against Michelle Carter For Allegedly Urging Boyfriend to Kill Himself

Michelle Carter is accused of urging her 18-year-old boyfriend to commit suicide → Read More

Teen Accused of Urging Friend’s Suicide: ‘Hang Yourself, Jump Off a Building

Michelle Carter, 20, faces 20 years if convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Conrad Roy, 17 → Read More

Former Marine Trains Abandoned Shelter Animals to Help Veterans Scarred by War — and Gives New Life to Both

hero, heroes, military heroes, military dogs, dogs, marines, marine dogs, service animals, service dogs, dogs helping veterans, k9, k9 service dogs → Read More

‘I Heard Him Die’: Teen Accused of Pressuring Boyfriend to Kill Himself Allegedly Sent Remorseful Texts to Friends

Michelle Carter is charged with involuntary manslaughter for allegedly encouraging the suicide of Conrad Roy → Read More

5 Things to Know: The Teen Girl Who Allegedly Urged Her Boyfriend to Kill Himself Via Texts

Authorities argue that Conrad Roy, 18, killed himself in 2014 after encouragement in text messages from his then-girlfriend, Michelle Carter → Read More

Who is Andrea Constand, Bill Cosby’s Accuser?

Andrea Constand has accused Bill Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her in his Pennsylvania mansion in 2004 → Read More

Cosby Show Star Keisha Knight Pulliam Walks Into Court with Bill Cosby at Start of His Sex Assault Trial

The actress played Bill Cosby's daughter on the iconic TV show → Read More

Connecticut Dad Sentenced to 70 Years for Dropping Infant Son off Bridge: ‘You Took My Whole World’

Connecticut father Tony Moreno was sentenced to 70 years in prison without parole for throwing his 7-month-old child from a bridge two years ago → Read More

Quadruple Murder Suspect Could Face Death If Convicted of Killing and Burning His Relatives

Grayden Denham, 25, has pleaded not guilty in the 2016 killings of his grandparents, sister and infant nephew → Read More

Thirsty 5-Year-Old Drunk on Mouthwash Leads to Arrests for Child Abuse: Police

A 5-year-old New Mexico boy’s claim that thirst led him to down mouthwash contributed to the arrest of his dad and the dad’s girlfriend on abuse charges → Read More

New PBS Documentary on Youth Prison Finds Salvation in the Arts: ‘It’s Important to Incentivize Hope’

Norman Lear’s son, Ben, makes his directorial debut with documentary ‘They Call Us Monsters’ → Read More

Jury Selection Set to Begin in Bill Cosby’s Sexual Assault Trial

Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday in the sexual assault trial of Bill Cosby in Pennsylvania → Read More

Brain Surgeon, Two Nurses Charged in Child Sex Abuse Case Allegedly Involving Children Ages 3 to 13

An video “showed several adults engaging in lewd acts with children as young as 3 years of age,” a police statement says → Read More

Baylor University Football Players Allegedly Gang-Raped Student in ‘Bonding’ Exercise: Lawsuit

A federal lawsuit filed by a former Baylor University volleyball player alleges she was gang-raped by as many as eight men in an off-campus apartment → Read More

Who Was Ted Bundy? A Look at the Notorious Serial Killer’s Trail of Terror

Serial killer Ted Bundy, who died in Florida’s electric chair in 1989, concealed his terrifying trail of terror for years while moving about the country → Read More