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    • Posted 04/10/2018 04:15 PM

      The mother of a five-year-old autistic boy has been arrested two days after her husband was charged with murdering their son after allegedly beating him to death and then claiming he had run away.

      Joe Clyde Daniels was reported missing from his home in Dickson, Tennessee last Wednesday by his parents who had told a 911 dispatcher that the little boy must have unlocked the door and escaped.

      His 28-year-old father, Joseph Ray Daniels, was charged on Saturday after he told police he had beaten Joe to death, put his body in the trunk of the car and then disposed of him in a 'remote area'.

      As the investigation continued, police arrested Joe's mother, Krystal Nicole Daniels, 28, on Monday and charged her with one count of aggravated child neglect or endangerment.

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    • Posted 03/07/2018 10:11 PM
    • A 45-year-old butcher from Hyderabad in southern India was so angry that his son had continued to watch pornography despite repeated warnings that he chopped off part of his son's hand on Monday (March 5).

      According to local media reports, Mohammed Qayyum Qureshi had used a butcher's knife to commit the act against his 19-year-old son Mohammad Khalid Qureshi.

      Khalid, who works for a local cable television operator, had recently bought a smartphone and became addicted to watching movies and pornography, reported the Hindustan Times newspaper.

      On Sunday, Mohammad Qayyum discovered his son was watching a porn film and tried to snatch his mobile phone away.

      However, Khalid resisted and even bit his father on the hand before leaving home. He returned that night and continued to watch the films.

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    • Posted 03/06/2018 01:34 PM
    • Around the world, parents have typically preferred to have sons more than daughters, and American parents have been no different. But there are signs that's changing. It may be because there's less bias against girls, and possibly more bias against boys.

      Gallup surveyed Americans 10 times from 1941 to 2011, and their answers remained virtually unchanged: If they could have one child, 40 percent would prefer a boy and 28 percent a girl (the rest showed no preference).

      A new study, however, measured that preference in a different way. While having a daughter versus a son used to make American parents more likely to keep having children, theoretically to try for a son, now the opposite is true: Having a daughter makes it less likely that they keep having children. Some data from adoptions and fertility procedures that allow parents to choose the sex of their baby also shows a preference, to varying degrees, for girls.

      First- and second-generation American immigrants, the new study found, continue to show a preference for sons. They are more likely to keep having babies after having a daughter - particularly if they are from countries with less gender equity and lower female labor force participation.

      Across cultures, the bias against daughters has been closely tied to women's second-class status. Sons have been more likely to be successful, carry on the family name and earn money to support family members in old age.

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    • Posted 02/18/2018 08:42 PM

      A judge on Saturday denied bail for a man accused of threatening violence and hurling racial epithets at a young African-American mother and her 12-year-old son at a suburban bus stop earlier in the week.

      Robert P. Morris, 54, is facing two counts of felony hate crime in connection to an incident that occurred Thursday at a bus stop in the 1200 block of Burnham Avenue in Calumet City, about a mile east of the River Oaks shopping center.

      Morris was sitting on a bench at the bus stop when the 27-year-old woman and her son arrived, the boy sitting on the opposite end from him, authorities said. While the mother spoke with her son, prosecutors said Morris told the woman "shut your f------ mouth, you black b----!"

      Morris then went on a tirade where he repeatedly threatened to stab the woman, slit her throat, knock her out or punch her in the mouth, according to prosecutors. Morris called the woman and her son "n-----" and "black b----" throughout his apparently unprovoked diatribe.

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    • Posted 02/16/2018 07:43 PM
    • The mother of Gabriel Fernandez, the 8-year-old Palmdale, California, boy who died in 2013 after being routinely beaten and starved, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder on Thursday and admitted her son's death involved the infliction of torture.

      Under the terms of the plea deal, Pearl Fernandez, 34, is expected to be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, according to NBC Los Angeles. Her sentencing date is June 7.

      Pearl Fernandez's boyfriend, Isauro Aguirre, 37, was convicted of first-degree murder in December. Jurors recommended the death penalty for his role in fatally torturing the young boy. Aguirre is scheduled to be sentenced on March 8.

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    • Posted 02/10/2018 04:27 PM
    • Immigration and Customs Enforcement plans to deport an undocumented man from Mexico whose child is battling cancer.

      On Thursday, ICE denied an extension to remain in the U.S. for 30-year-old Jesus Berrones, who lives in Arizona with his pregnant wife and five children. The immigration agency ordered Berrones to appear on Monday to be deported, according to his lawyer Garrett Wilkes.

      Berrones has been living in the U.S. since he was 1½, when his parents brought him here in 1989, according to his wife, Sonia. In 2006, at age 19, Berrones was caught driving with a fake license and deported to Mexico. He then twice re-entered the country unlawfully to rejoin his family.

      In 2016, ICE granted Berrones a stay of removal based on his son's illness. Even when it has grounds for deportation, the agency can use its discretion to grant stays and has commonly done so in the case of individuals caring for a sick child.

      Last year, under the new Trump administration, Berrones went to ICE to refile a stay, and officials told him it was not necessary because he was no longer a deportation priority, Wilkes said. But in January, Berrones got a notice from ICE that he would be deported. The lawyer filed another request for a stay, but it was recently denied.

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