A man was charged today with killing his wife aboard a Princess Cruises ship in Alaska, according to federal court documents. Kenneth Manzanares has been detained and faces murder charges in the death of his 39-year-old wife, who is identified by the initials K.M., according to a criminal complaint filed today in federal court by the FBI. A source with knowledge of the FBI's investigation told ABC News that the victim was Kristy Manzanares of Utah.
The couple decided to risk damnation and enter the theater. They'd heard enough about false teachers growing up in a conservative Christian environment built on "shame, guilt and fear." Ben started listening to Bell's podcasts about a year ago after going through a personal crisis. "I got into a 12-step recovery group, and I sought lots of help within the church community," said Ben Baldwin. "I was being handed Bible verses and told this was what you're supposed to do. The answers I was given were insufficient because I still felt like I was dying inside. Rob Bell was not scared of those questions. He doesn't provide black and white answers." Going to hear a pastor preach on a Sunday afternoon
A major double manhunt has been launched after the sickening back-to-back assault in Birmingham. Detectives said the teen was first attacked in a secluded part of Witton railway station, near the Aston Villa football ground, some time between 7pm on Tuesday and 2am the following morning. The victim had walked to the station with her friend but was led away by a man who approached her. Shortly after that attack the girl walked out of the station and flagged down a passing vehicle to ask for help. But after getting in the car she was raped a second time by another man. A major investigation, involving detectives from the British Transport Police and West Midlands Police, is now underway to try
On Married at First Sight, Cody and Danielle had been married for nearly eight weeks and still had not had sex. With decision day looming they would have to to decide if they were going to stay together or get a divorce and end this marriage experiment. With so much talk about their lack of physical intimacy, Cody had a man to man talk with his buddy saying, "I mean, the one big thing is we still have not had sex, though." His pal was understandably surprised. "That's odd. Have you tried talking to her about it?" The one thing Cody has definitely done is talk about it. Danielle has frequently called it "beating a dead horse" throughout the series. But Danielle simply wasn't ready so Cody and Danielle had a discussion about it in the kitchen. Cody asked, "What would you say is, like, the biggest thing holding you back from that?" Danielle said, "It's not like you're not attractive. You're attractive. You're a very awesome guy, and you have great -- great qualities." And with that vote of confidence it seemed like decision day was pretty much going to be divorce day but shockingly Danielle and Cody both opted to stay married and keep working. Cody was understandably full of high hopes saying, "We've had a lot of fun together, even without sex. But now all the documentation is over, so who knows, you know? Maybe tonight's gonna be the night."
DEAR CAROLYN: My son, who is 46 and lives on the West Coast, has been in a tumultuous relationship with a woman 10 years his junior. He was married previously and has been divorced for over 10 years. He met his current girlfriend about four years ago but the relationship has been off and on, and he never failed to call and cry on my shoulder about it. Recently he brought the girlfriend here to the Midwest to visit and announce their engagement. I got to know his fiancée and like her very much and was thrilled to hear about the wedding plans. A couple of months after this visit, the fiancée texted that my son hadn’t worked for three months, won’t look for a job and is hanging out with unsavory
When a U.S. veteran who lost an arm serving in Iraq took on celebrities and media to voice his support of President Donald Trump’s ban on transgenders in the military Wednesday, he set off a social media firestorm. It began when J.R. Salzman (@JRSalzman), who was injured in 2006 during an enemy attack while serving in the U.S. Infantry, retweeted a post mocking the liberal media’s outrage and overreaction to Trump’s announcement: “Today you'll see how out of touch the media is. No transgenders in the military is an obvious thing. They'll treat it like Jim Crow laws.” Then, when NBC News posted a Tweet about Trump’s ban, Salzman, replied: “And suddenly thousands of people who never served a day
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