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The Yankees take took their 27th World Series title after beating the Phillies last night! As the Yankees titles increase, so does the bodies found in Anthony Sowell's house. There has now been 11 bodies found in this serial killers house in Cleveland, and has people wondering how this could go unnoticed for years, and did police simply ignore missing people reports? Things just keep increasing. the Senate voted on Wednesday to lengthen unemployment benefits by up to 20 weeks and to extend the $8,000 home buyer tax credit.
A 14-year-old California boy Raul Renato Castro told police he drowned his 4-year-old neighbor on Friday because the child had threatened to tell his mother the older boy had molested him. Talk about a case, the U.S. Supreme Court Monday refused to review the 2007 conviction of a former Ku Klux Klan member in the 1964 kidnapping and murder of two black teenagers, leaving in place the trial judge's decision to let the prosecution go forward more than 40 years after the crimes, despite questions about a five-year statute of limitations on kidnapping. That is bad news for the defense team, and there is also bad news for the Essence team. After relaunching their Website last week into a more blog-like look, Essence magazine laid off its Web team today citing budgetary reasons.
On good news, 2009 SOUL TRAIN AWARDS' Show Taping will be on Tuesday, November 3. More good news, President Barack Obama launches yearly summit to hear the concerns of American Indians. Not sure if you can call this good or bad news, but John Allen Muhammad, DC Sniper, is set to die by injection in a Virginia prison Nov. 10, seven years after he and his teenage accomplice terrorized the area in and around the nation's capital for three weeks.