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How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Caught Fire And Took Down The 'King Of Queens'

How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Caught Fire And Took Down The 'King Of Queens'Just six weeks ago, when Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was still campaigning in



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Police Say He Cut Off His Pregnant Wife's Arm. He Was Caught Before He Could Swim to Canada

Police Say He Cut Off His Pregnant Wife's Arm. He Was Caught Before He Could Swim to CanadaYong Lu had a lifejacket with him when he was arrested



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Iguanas Caught on Camera Wrestling in Parking Lot of California Starbucks

Iguanas Caught on Camera Wrestling in Parking Lot of California StarbucksIt's not clear what the iguanas were fighting over, but it was quite the sight.



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ER doctor caught on video mocking and cursing at patient who suffered anxiety attack

ER doctor caught on video mocking and cursing at patient who suffered anxiety attackAn emergency room doctor has been suspended after she was caught cussing at a man who had an anxiety attack.



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Patrolling the border, where immigrants wait to be caught

Patrolling the border, where immigrants wait to be caughtPhotojournalist Sergio Flores recounts his day with U.S. Border Patrol near McAllen, Texas.



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Jogger caught throwing homeless man's belongings in lake arrested

Jogger caught throwing homeless man's belongings in lake arrestedInitially only known as “Jogger Joe,” he was identified as Henry William Sintay, 30, after he was filmed on kicking around, throwing in the rubbish, and then dumping a homeless man’s things into the city’s Merritt Lake. The property belonged to Greg “Jarew” Markson as he was later identified. The witness who filmed the incident, JJ Harris, posted it on Twitter and it has been viewed nearly 750,000 times.



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South Korea caught off guard after U.S.-North Korea summit

South Korea caught off guard after U.S.-North Korea summitIn exchange for denuclearizing the Korean peninsula, President Trump agreed to end joint military exercises with South Korea — a major concession to Kim Jong Un at the expense of a close ally.



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New York man caught on camera threatening to get Spanish-speaking restaurant workers deported

New York man caught on camera threatening to get Spanish-speaking restaurant workers deportedA New York man has sparked outrage by assailing restaurant workers who were speaking Spanish with customers. “My guess is they’re not documented, so my next call is to [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] to have each one of them kicked out of my country,” he says, waving his cell phone. Video of the incident posted to Facebook by Edward Suazo had been viewed more than 4.7m times by Thursday morning.



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Waffle House: CEO apologized to man after arrest caught on video

Waffle House: CEO apologized to man after arrest caught on videoAuthorities are investigating the incident in which a police officer wrestled with the man.



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Suspected serial killer caught after relative shares DNA with genealogy website

Suspected serial killer caught after relative shares DNA with genealogy websiteUpdate, Friday, April 27, 1:24 pm ET:
The San Jose Mercury News

identified
the genealogy website
used by investigators
as GEDmatch, a free, open-source service based in Florida.  Think twice before you send companies your spit.  A suspected serial killer was caught when investigators compared his DNA to samples collected by an ancestry website.  SEE ALSO: Facebook's richer than ever, despite data privacy scandals Services like 23andMe and Ancestry have become popular by using DNA from users who want to learn more about their family history. But few people think the DNA samples they send in might be used by law enforcement.  On Tuesday, Joseph James DeAngelo Jr. was caught by police. He's allegedly the "Golden State Killer," the perpetrator of 45 rapes and 12 murders throughout the '70s and '80s. Obviously, if he's guilty, this guy should burn in the hottest of hells. In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, though, the
way he was caught does raise some privacy questions.  Law enforcement compared a blood sample from the scene of a crime with DNA from one of DeAngelo's relatives, according to the
Sacramento Bee. That's right. He wasn't even the one who used the ancestry website —it was someone who was related to him.  That means you don't even have to consent to have your DNA available to law enforcement.  The Sacramento District Attorney's Office confirmed that the
Bee's story was accurate, but wouldn't name the ancestry websites used by investigators to track down DeAngelo. "It’s an ongoing investigation," Chief Deputy District Attorney Steve Grippi said in a statement provided to Mashable. "We have given you as much information as we can at this time. No further information on this subject will be provided." Spokespeople from 23andMe and Ancestry said the companies were not involved in the DeAngelo case.  The former said it's "our policy to resist law enforcement inquiries to protect customer privacy." Ancestry said it "advocates for its members’ privacy and will not share any information with law enforcement unless compelled to by valid legal process." There are other genealogy websites out there that collect DNA, but 23andMe and Ancestry are the most visible of those services — and they absolutely get requests from law enforcement for data.  Both release transparency reports. 23andMe claims it has never shared genetic information with law enforcement. Ancestry says it hasn't over the last three years, but did share data in 2014 with investigators looking into the murder and rape of a woman in Idaho.  Last year, Sen. Chuck Schumer called on the Federal Trade Commission to look into how companies that collect your DNA store and share your data. "Now, this is sensitive information," he said, "and what those companies can do with all that data, our sensitive and deepest information, your genetics, is not clear and in some cases not fair and not right." WATCH: Here's 5 tips for Spring cleaning your digital footprint



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