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Dad pleads guilty in killing of 5-year-old son

Dad pleads guilty in killing of 5-year-old son

Andressian is expected to face a sentence of 25 years to life in prison. Andressian Jr. disappeared April 22 while in the custody of his father. The remains of Aramazd Andressian Jr. The couple are in the middle of a contentious divorce. The report indicates that Andressian Sr. told investigators from the sheriff's department the location of his son's body in the days surrounding his arrest in Las Vegas on June 23, the San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports.


Couple ends up paying $1M for wedding photos they hated

Couple ends up paying $1M for wedding photos they hated

The NBC5 story and interview with the couple aired January 2015 , at the start of Polito's primary booking season. The couple had already reached out to various television stations, including NBC News affiliate KXAS-TV, to spread the word that Polito was "holding their photos hostage".


United States wants dialogue with North Korea 'at some point': Tillerson

United States wants dialogue with North Korea 'at some point': Tillerson

Speaking to reporters at the State Department days after Pyongyang tested its second intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), Tillerson reiterated that Washington sought to persuade North Korea to give up its missile and nuclear weapons programs through peaceful pressure.



Red Sox place Dustin Pedroia on 10-day disabled list

You'd have to be wearing deeply tinted carmine-colored glasses to think the Red Sox are playing a better brand of baseball than the Yankees these days. "You mean the Golden State Warriors? ". "Yeah, yeah, I think the Golden State Warriors have significantly made some moves". I expected it. I would've been surprised if they didn't.


Christopher Wray confirmed as new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Christopher Wray confirmed as new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

The 50-year-old Wray inherits the FBI at a particularly challenging time given Trump's ousting of Comey, who was admired within the bureau. Tuesday's vote comes as multiple congressional committees, as well as the Justice Department's investigation overseen by special counsel Robert Mueller, are probing Russia's election interference and potential ties between Trump campaign officials and Moscow.