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Topic - nancy
The father of Adam Lanza — the 20-year-old who sent on a shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School after he shot and killed his mother — said in his first public statements on the incident that his son would've killed him, too, had he found the chance.
Still strong, their love was just different by the end. Confused and unable to speak in sentences, 62-year-old Mary "Maggie" Depcik, dying in the family's Buffalo Grove home, no longer could be the funny, outspoken mom and wife taking care of others. In their 41st year of marriage, Dennis Depcik found himself as much caretaker as husband.
Jim Lange, the first host of the popular game show "The Dating Game," has died at his home in Mill Valley, Calif. He was 81.
The 1970 Dodge Charger accelerated down a road curved along Lake Overholser. Five juvenile friends panicked; the gas pedal was stuck. When the vehicle struck a tree, all passengers suffered bodily harm. 16-year-old Mary Cordell, occupant of the front passenger seat, sustained leg and brain injuries. A young mother, she wouldn't see her infant children again for nearly four decades.
With two visits in less than a year to the sprawling Sunnylands estate in Southern California, President Barack Obama is helping to fulfill the dream of the late philanthropists Walter and Leonore Annenberg, who hoped the desert property they used as a winter home would become the "Camp David of the West."
It was a snowy Saturday night 41 years ago when Mark Wolfe decided to make a pass by his family's lumber and trucking businesses in South Union Township.
Like a real-life Indiana Jones, Dr. Jim Pittman had a flair for adventure, despite his bow-tie wearing academic appearance as dean of the UAB School of Medicine.
A man sentenced to die for the slayings of an Arkansas gun dealer and his family is to argue before a federal judge on Friday for a new sentencing hearing on grounds that the results of an invalid test were put before the jury.
The Wall Street Journal's David Bird has been missing since Saturday afternoon and hundreds are currently on the search.
Employees at a western Michigan manufacturing company might not all agree with the Catholic owners' religious stance on birth control, but that doesn't mean any of them want their generous health benefits to change.
Do not play with fire, unless contained within Apple's portable tablet in this imaginative experience burning with creativity.
The body of the man who massacred 26 people at a Connecticut elementary school was claimed by his father, a family spokesman said Monday, but the public may never know what happened to the remains.
With security stepped up and families still on edge in Newtown, students began returning to school Tuesday for the first time since last week's massacre, bringing a return of familiar routines - at least, for some - to a grief-stricken town as it buries 20 of its children.
At the bar, everybody knew her name. Nancy Lanza was the one who, if she heard you were short on cash, regularly offered to pick up the tab at My Place.
He died Tuesday morning after suffering a heart attack, his wife Nancy told The Associated Press Wednesday.
The result was the most fruitful cooperation possible, based on trust that was truly mutual: "Giving Marshall a silver tea service to remember her husband by, Dill's widow Nancy wrote to say: 'He really loved you, George, and your mutual affection meant a great deal to him — he always trusted you implicitly.'