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She never missed her weekly hair appointment. So, when the 82-year-old woman didn't show up for her regular 3 p.m. appointment at a hair salon in Marblehead, Mass., last Thursday, Lisa Buswell called the house. There was no answer.
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Police believe the four people found dead in a car in rural northern Alabama were killed by one another in either a suicide pact or murder-suicide.
Study: Two percent of counties produce most executions
Sixty-two jurisdictions prosecuted the majority of criminals executed in the United States in recent decades, according to a new study.
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