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After her sister's body was discovered in a New York swamp, Sarra Gilbert was diagnosed with schizophrenia, her lawyer says.

"I'm strictly joined at the hip to Hillary Clinton," she told an Arizona newspaper, "and I've admired her all of her life."

Start your morning with a quick read of the day's top 10 stories.

The 54-year-old spent two years looking for an elusive box of treasure. It cost him his life.

Eric Aniva is a "hyena," someone is paid to have sex with widows and young women — often children — as part of ritualistic "sexual cleansings" in Malawi.

Researchers claim that only ten to 14 hours of game play could make a big difference.

"The stuff that they teach our kids nowadays, you have to un-brainwash them when they get out," the Republican senator said.

After TV exposé, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called Tuesday for a royal commission to investigate.

"Miss Cleo" wasn’t actually Jamaican, nor was she actually a psychic. Nor, it turned out, were most of those readings touted in those TV commercials actually free of charge.

A trail of blood ran "from the water's edge all the way to the turtle, which was approximately 75 feet away," according to the police affidavit, as reported by the Dallas Morning News.

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