Police in Utah are investigating a potential link between 'van-life' woman Gabby Petito's disappearance and the murder of a woman who worked at the Moab co-op where Petito and fiancé Brian Laundrie had an explosive fight. Six days after Petito and Laundrie had a physical altercation at Moonflower Community Cooperative, store worker Kylen Schulte, 24, and her wife Crystal Turner, 38, were found dead and partially undressed where they had been camping. Schulte and Turner told friends about a 'creepy man' that had been bothering them and that 'if something happened to them, that they were murdered.' On August 18, their bodies were found at a campsite in the La Sal Mountains, an hour away from Moab. Around the time Schulte and Turner were killed in Utah, police across the state line in San Miguel County, Colorado warned campers after they found more than 30 weapons at a man's campsite in Telluride, just over two hours away from Moab. Police said his whereabouts were unknown and it is unclear if police eventually arrested him.
Gen. Mark Milley downplayed George Floyd riots as 'penny packet protests', telling Trump 'they used spray paint, that's not an insurrection,' new book claims
Milley reportedly downplayed the unrest in the country last May, and rejected Trumps' suggestion protesters were 'burning America down.' 'Mr. President, they are not burning it down,' Milley said, according to Peril by Watergate journalist Bob Woodward, and Washington Post reporter Robert Costa
Shackled Alex Murdaugh is granted $20K bail but must return to rehab after being charged in 'suicide hitman plot' to defraud $10m in life insurance: Attorney reveals he is BROKE and has been addicted to opioids for 20 YEARS
Alex Murdaugh arrived at Hampton County jail Thursday morning where he was slapped with charges for paying a hitman to kill him as part of a botched insurance fraud scheme - three months after the unsolved double-murder of his wife and son. The high-powered South Carolina attorney, 53, was filmed being driven to the jail in a pewter-colored SUV accompanied by a police escort after he agreed to surrender to authorities. He emerged from the vehicle sporting bright red sneakers, gray trousers and a light-colored shirt. Murdaugh was arrested and charged with insurance fraud, conspiracy to commit insurance fraud and filing a false police report and was booked at the Hampton County Detention Center.
Furious China issues bone-chilling warning subs deal could 'make Australia a potential target for a NUCLEAR strike'
As part of a new three-way alliance with the UK and US, Australia will be given the technology to build at least eight nuclear-powered - but not nuclear armed - submarines as the West counters China's growing assertiveness in the Indo-Pacific region. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the 'AUKUS' alliance 'seriously damages regional peace and stability, intensifies the arms race, and undermines the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.' And China's Global Times news website - a mouthpiece for the communist government - went one step further, saying the move could result in a nuclear strike on Australia. Left: In January China shared video of it testing a DF-26 or Dongfeng-26 missile.
'Obviously me and my family want Gabby to be found safe': Brian Laundrie's sister breaks family's silence on missing van girl after her brother is named a person of interest
Brian Laundrie's sister Cassie (pictured) is the first Launderie family member to speak out after the disappearance of her brother's girlfriend Gabby Petito. In her interview with ABC News she said: 'Obviously me and my family want Gabby to be found safe. All I want is for her to come home safe and sound and this to be just a big misunderstanding.' She spoke out after Launderie was named a person of interest in the disappearance and Petito's family asked the Launderies for help finding Gabby. Petito was last seen on August 24 with Laundrie in Salt Lake City, Utah, during the couple's cross-country campervan trip which they started early July.
'You know where Brian left Gabby. We beg you to tell us': Parents of missing 'van-life girl' plead with her boyfriend's family to tell them where she is
Struggling to contain his emotions, father Joe Petito he made the appeal at a press conference on Thursday in North Port, Florida, where the young couple were living before their cross-country road trip. 'What I need from everybody here is help. The goal is to bring Gabby home safe. I am asking for help from everyone here. I am asking for help from everyone at home,' the father said, as was wife Tara (main), Gabby's stepmom, who fought tears. Gabby, 22, (top right) was reported missing on Saturday after her family hadn't heard from her in 13 days. She had been traveling with Brian Laundrie (with her bottom right) since July - and last spoke to relatives on August 25. North Port police chief Todd Garrison (inset) expressed his continued frustration that Laundrie not coming forward to help solve the mystery of Gabby's disappearance.
Dog walker, sushi restaurant diners and homeless woman become victims of Chicago gang terrorizing the locals with drive-by PAINTBALL shootings
A Chicago gang has been terrorizing Wicker Park locals with paintball guns, shooting Taylor Mogged (pictured top right) as she walked her dog, a woman sleeping on a bench, diners at a sushi restaurant (pictured left) and two groups of pedestrians walking along sidewalks. 'It makes it kind of crazy that it's 2021, as if there's not enough going on,' one neighbor told NBC. 'I could be on a peaceful walk, and someone can shoot a paintball at me. That's pretty scary.'
Father and son suspects 'who shot dead four friends in a Wisconsin cornfield' were 'family friends' of one of the victims: Dad, 56, is arrested as son remains on the run described as 'armed and dangerous'
The suspects in the slaying of four close friends are a father and son and were known to at least one of the four victims whose bodies were found in a Wisconsin cornfield, the family of victim Nitosha Flug-Presley, 30, has confirmed to DailyMail.com. The older man, Darren McWright, was arrested Wednesday night while his son Antoine Suggs, remains on the loose, believed to be in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. Suggs is described by police as armed and dangerous.
Pennsylvania school district clashes with students and parents over its 'book ban on anti-racist literature' including Malala Yousafzai's autobiography and Rose Parks children's book
The district also banned documentaries like I Am Not Your Negro and multimedia resources like CNN's Sesame Street town hall on racism. The district has refused to lift the ban for a year. Students argue that the ban jeopardizes their chances of having an inclusive education and is disruptive for both educators and students. 'I want to hear all of it. I don't want everyone to be worried about how we feel because no one was worried about how BIPOC members of the community felt,' said a student.
ELEVEN out of 15 New York City restaurants tested at random are NOT enforcing proof-of-vaccination mandate
In a segment airing Thursday, INSIDE EDITION visited fifteen different restaurants at random to see if they're enforcing the city mandate. Of the fifteen restaurants they visited, 11 did not enforce proof of vaccination and a matching form of ID for restaurant indoor dining.
Thousands of Haitian migrants pour across the border at Del Rio as makeshift camp swells to 10,000 - after Biden admitted those illegally crossing the border WON'T have to get vaccinated
Thousands of migrants continue to converge in a makeshift camp under the bridge that connects Del Rio, Texas and Mexico's Ciudad Acuña, in the latest border emergency and humanitarian crisis facing US President Joe Biden. The camp had swelled to some 10,000 migrants on Thursday, with thousands seen wading across the Rio Grande River daily. Most are Haitians, with some Cubans, Venezuelans and Nicaraguans also present. Amid the surge of the highly infectious Delta variant, the crowded conditions of the camp also raised concerns about the possibility of COVID-19 outbreaks endangering the health of the migrants.
'I'm vaccinated, b****!' 'Karen' attacks California restaurant worker with cleaning spray for not wearing a mask and demands to see her vaccine card before hitting another staff member
The unnamed woman, branded a 'Karen' after the cellphone footage went viral, was filmed pushing, throwing things at and spraying cleaning spray at a female employee at Market Broiler in Huntington Beach, California. Despite not wearing a mask herself, the Karen attacks the restaurant supervisor, demanding to see her vaccination card and bragging that she herself didn't need to wear one because 'I'm vaccinated b****!' The nearly seven minute-long video begins with the already hysterical customer screaming in the face of the staff member that she 'doesn't know what it feels like' to be discriminated against'.
Soviet chess legend files $5million defamation suit against Netflix over 'Queen's Gambit' for 'sexist and belittling' portrayal of her career
Nona Gaprindashvili, 80, from Georgia is a pioneer of women's chess and the first woman to be awarded the grandmaster title in chest. She claims Netflix's portrayal of her was 'sexist and belittling.' Gaprindashvili argues in the lawsuit that by the year the episode where she's mentioned is set in, 1968, she had already competed against 59 men throughout her career - beating 28 of them simultaneously. The suit also contends that Taylor's character is an Americanized and fictionalized version of the real-life female Georgian prodigy, and that Gaprindashvili is Georgian, not Russian.
Former President Trump was irate when TikTokers pulled a prank on him that left thousands of empty seats at his rally in Oklahoma, calling the event the 'biggest f***ing mistake.' 'I shouldn't have ever done that f***ing, f***ing rally,' Trump said at an Oval Office meeting in July 2020, after the rally, according to 'Peril,' a forthcoming tell-all from The Washington Post's Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. The book also claims Trump called Brad Parscale a 'f***ing moron.' One month later he fired the campaign manager. The Oklahoma excerpt was first reported by Insider.
'There is no end in sight': EIGHT additional miles of Kentucky's Mammoth Cave have been uncovered that extends the 10-million-year-old structure to at least 420 miles long
A non-profit found 8 additional miles of the Mammoth Cave. The team has been exploring the structure for the past 60 years and found nearly 400 miles of passageways. The 10-million-year-old cave was first discovered in in the late 1790s by a team of pioneers, but humans have used the massive structure for about 5,000 years.
Steve Jobs' daughter Eve competes at the international equestrian Longines Global Champions Tour of Rome under watchful eyes of mom Laurene Powell Jobs who' sworn to leave her daughter nothing of her $21.7B fortune
Eve Jobs (left), 23, was ranked fifth out of the 1,000 best riders under 25 in the world. She competed on Thursday in Rome, Italy, after training at a $15million, 3.5-acre ranch in Wellington, Florida, her mother bought in 2016. Laurene Powell Jobs (right), 57, inherited the Apple founder's $21.7billion fortune when her husband passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2011. The inheritance made Powell Jobs the 35th-richest person in the world but she doesn't plan to give any of her three daughters a single dollar of the fortune. She told The Times she's 'not interested in legacy wealth buildings, and my children know that'. 'Steve wasn't interested in that,' she added.
Patrick Dempsey is accused of 'terrorizing the set' of Grey's Anatomy causing 'HR issues' and leaving cast with 'PTSD' before his character was killed off
Patrick Dempsey has been accused of 'terrorizing the set' of Grey's Anatomy and even giving certain castmates 'PTSD' from their experiences with him. The people behind the his medical drama revealed the dark side of Dr. McDreamy in the unauthorized oral history of the hit medical drama, How to Save a Life: The Inside Story Of Grey's Anatomy. In a scathing excerpt from the book published by The Hollywood Reporter, executive producer James D. Parriott explained: 'There were HR issues. It wasn't sexual in any way. He sort of was terrorizing the set.
Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond, 52, talks moment she hit 'rock bottom' while binge-eating on chips and salsa that led to her 60lb weight loss
Ree Drummond opened up about her dramatic weight loss in a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight. The Pioneer Woman, 52, said she decided to lose the weight after a night of binge-snacking. She said,'I have a cooking show, I write cookbooks, I have a cooking website. I have a restaurant, a bakery. So you know, it just kept creeping up and in January of this year, we took my son Bryce to college.
'Worst nightmare': Moment brave Orlando deputy officers risk their lives to rescue animals from pet shelter fire that killed 13 cats
Thirteen cats were killed when a fire broke out at an Orlando animal shelter. Orange County Fire Rescue found flames 'through the roof' when they arrived at the shelter. Rescue crews were able to safely evacuate all 26 dogs at the center, as they were further away from the fire's point of origin. Forty-five cats were rescued and four remain missing.
Wendy Williams 'was taken to hospital for psychiatric evaluation after skipping promotional duties last week and days after she was spotted looking frail in hospital socks outside her apartment'
Talk show host Wendy Williams was reportedly taken into a hospital earlier this week for a mental check after she skipped out on promotional duties for her show and was spotted looking frail in hospital socks outside her Manhattan apartment. Williams, who recently canceled all promotional events for her hit show to deal with 'ongoing health issues' is reportedly struggling with 'loneliness' 'It has been a very difficult time for Wendy,' a source said. 'She's a single woman with very few friends. She lost her marriage, her mom, and is living alone.'
Blow for 'worried' Prince Andrew as New York judge in sex abuse case says papers can be served to his LA legal team after the Duke challenged bid
A US judge said Virginia Giuffre's (right) plan to deliver papers to his US lawyer was 'reasonably calculated to bring the papers served to the defendant's attention'. District Judge Lewis Kaplan (inset) in Manhattan said it did not matter whether the Duke of York (left, this week at Balmoral) 'authorized' the lawyer to accept them. The lawyer, Andrew Brettler, had no immediate comment and Ms Giuffre's lawyers did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Earlier the Prince had challenged a High Court ruling that he can be served with papers in his US sex case. In what was being seen as another delaying tactic by the duke, his legal team said it would look to overturn the decision on a legal technicality. It comes as the Prince's mood has reportedly changed over the past few days and he has become 'worried' and is 'not his usual blasé self'. He is said to be readying himself for a brutal legal battle that he fears could cost him millions of pounds.
Squeeze into the Manhattan property market with New York City's NARROWEST home! Historic 9-foot-6 wide townhouse that was once home to Pulitzer-winning poet Edna St. Vincent Millay hits the market for whopping $4.9 million
New York City is known for its tight living quarters, but at just 9-feet and six-inches wide, this historic residence is Manhattan's narrowest home - and it's now on the market for a whopping $4.9 million. While the townhome is notoriously narrow, it is definitely not one of New York's smallest homes. The skinny red brick home list three bedrooms and two bathrooms in the nearly 1,000 square feet building. Although it is only 9 feet and 6 inches wide, the place is 30 feet deep. It's place as the city's narrowest home was officiated by The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. The historic residence was once home to Pulitzer prize-winning poet Edna St. Vincent Millay.
Drew Barrymore and ex-husband Will Kopelman take their girls to Hamilton with his new wife, Vogue editor Alexandra Michler
Drew Barrymore proved she and ex-husband Will Kopelman had no bad blood while out with their two daughters and his new wife Vogue Director Alexandra Michler on Tuesday night. The duo got together for a night out to the theater, seen enjoying a dinner at the Japanese BBQ Gyu-Kaku before heading to Broadway to catch a performance of Hamilton. Drew, 46, looked stylish in a long navy coat and crisp white blouse as she lead her daughter Frankie, seven, by the hand.
Covid-infected man threatens 'dog' doctors and nurses while demanding to leave hospital because the air conditioning is 'too cold'
A TikTok video of a man with Covid-19 who shows him abusing doctors and nurses as 'dogs' while demanding to be discharged because the air-conditioning was too cold in the ward. 'If you want to call the police go call the police, I'm not staying here,' the man tells hospital staff.
Tragic Venezuelan mother saved her two children after shipwreck by BREASTFEEDING them for four days while she drank her own urine before finally dying
Mariely Chacon, 40, sacrificed her own life to save those of her six-year-old son and two-year-old daughter by trying to stave off dehydration so they had a fighting chance of surviving the harrowing shipwreck. She was left adrift with her kids, found clinging to their dead mum, and their 25-year-old nanny Veronica Martinez for four days in baking temperatures after heading out on a boat trip with family and friends that turned to disaster after a huge wave smashed the vessel's hull. They had left Higuerote in their native Venezuela for the uninhabited Caribbean island of La Tortuga off the country's north coast on September 3 but never made it. This sparked a rescue operation that led to the discovery of three of the survivors on an improvised lifeboat and their transfer to hospital.
300 migratory birds are killed after slamming into NYC World Trade Center in less than 24 hours: Conservationists beg occupants to switch off lights and treat reflective glass to avoid confusing birds
Melissa Breyer, a volunteer at NYC Audubon, picked up 291 dead birds outside of the World Trade Center towers on Tuesday. More birds are moving south as migration season starts. Glass buildings, like the WTC, confuse birds who get disoriented from the lights, causing them to crash fatally into the buildings. One WTC already has glass fins on the first 200-feet of the building to curb deaths. Three, Four, and Seven have encouraged employees to limit lights at night and the other towers are installing special glass.
Deaf woman breaks down in tears after being 'REFUSED service at Dunkin' because server wouldn't remove her mask so she could lipread'
Shannon Heroux, 32, from California, shared her story on her @shannon_heroux TikTok account, where her videos about the alleged incident have gone viral. She explained in her first clip she was refused service at a Dunkin' location in Encino after she told an employee that she was deaf and needed to lip read. Instead of pulling her mask down, she said the employee got her manager. According to Shannon, she could tell he was 'going off,' but she couldn't understand what he was saying because he also refused to pull down his mask. The TikToker noted that she had her mask on and was socially distanced, saying she has been discriminated against the entire pandemic because she is deaf. Shannon demanded an apology from Dunkin', and later shared in a follow-up video that she was in contact with the franchise's corporate office.
This simple workout will give you a 'peachy bum' FAST: Personal trainer shares her go-to regime for banishing fat
A personal trainer has shared her simple workout for blitzing fat from your bum, and revealed why squats and lunges won't get you the results you want (client transformation pictured right). Rachael Attard (left), from Sydney, said hundreds of her clients struggle with fat on their bum, and while it is impossible to 'spot reduce' weight from any area, if you do a workout that is more focused on your 'booty and inner thighs', you'll be more likely to see results.
From a cheesy grin by 'Snooty' the shark to adorable penguins... and shocking pollution: The stunning winners of the 2021 Ocean Photography Awards
Showcasing the deep blue sea and the life within in all its beauty and complexity, photographers around the world swam through shark-infested waters and blooms of jellyfish to get the perfect shot. The 2021 Ocean Photography Awards winners have been revealed, putting a spotlight on themes of underwater conservation, adventure and exploration. The judges say: 'The Ocean Photography Awards has a simple mission: to shine a light on the beauty of the ocean and the threats it faces.' Here's MailOnline Travel's pick of the winners...
Disturbing moment pregnant woman tries to jump out second-floor window before being dragged back inside by her abusive husband in Brazil
This is the moment a woman who is 10 weeks pregnant attempts to jump from a second-floor window to escape the alleged beating inflicted by her husband before he pulled her back into their apartment in Brazil. The disturbing incident was recorded Saturday by residents in the Rio de Janeiro town of Duque de Caxias. Video footage shows María José, 35, placing her left leg over the window, but her spouse Vitor Batista, 32, appears to pull her head and drags her back into the apartment.
Aggressive 'park Karen' accused of verbally abusing a young girl feeding geese a slice of bread - before calling the cops because SHE was 'fearing for her life'
A mother has claimed another woman verbally abused her daughter who was innocently feeding geese in a Sydney park before allegedly calling police because she 'feared for her life'. The mother of the child posted a warning to other families in the Bondi Local Loop Facebook page on Friday, describing the aggressive interaction alongside an image of the supposed 'park Karen' who had brought her daughter to tears. 'If you are in Centennial Park with your children, watch out for this woman,' the mother wrote online.
Consumer experts share the microwave mistakes you should never make - so how many are YOU guilty of?
The top microwave mistakes you should never make have been revealed - including zapping food without a cover and failing to clean spills immediately. Consumer watchdog Choice revealed the eight top mistakes you should avoid making and explained how the common errors could ruin your microwave or make you sick (stock images pictured).
Two women, 23, who were swapped at birth in a Sicilian hospital reveal how their mothers moved into the same house and raised them as SISTERS from the age of 3 after discovering the mix up
A hospital mix up in Mazara del Vallo in Sicily meant that Caterina Alagna and Melissa Fodera (pictured left as children and right, now), both 23, were raised by the wrong mothers until the age of three. It was only then that the mistake was discovered, but so much time had passed, their biological mothers chose to bring them up together and even went so far as even moving into the same house in a bid to make everyone feel as comfortable as possible. Speaking to The Times, one of the mothers, Marinella Alagna, 51, explained how she was picking up her daughter Melissa (pictured, bottom inset) from nursery school three years later when she noticed the striking similarity between one of the other children, Caterina (top, inset), and her two daughters.
Man's best fiend! Moment pet owner visiting his friend is dragged off porch and ten feet across the lawn after his dog chases a couple of local mutts
The man, who has not been identified, visited his friend in Kansas City on September 10, along with his pet dog, when he ended up getting dragged across the lawn. As the man checked his phone while waiting for his friend to come to the door, his pet, which was on an extendable lead, decided to run at speed after a pair of other dogs. The man's humiliating ordeal was captured on his friend's doorbell camera.
Naomi Campbell looks chic in a checked grey ensemble as she is announced as an ambassador for The Queen's Commonwealth Trust
Naomi Campbell was announced as The Queen's Commonwealth Trust Platinum Jubilee Global Ambassador at London's Hotel Café Royal on Thursday evening. The supermodel, 51, looked a vision in a checked grey ensemble for the celebratory occasion. She did not hold back from beaming a wide smile as she attended a press conference, her elegant look emphasised by glowing makeup and her poker straight raven locks.
Amateur astronomers capture the moment mysterious object slams into Jupiter and causes bright flash lasting two seconds
Two amateur astronomers captured footage of what may be the 8th recorded impact on Jupiter. A bright flash appeared in the planet's atmosphere on Monday and lasted for just two seconds. What the object was is still a mystery, but some experts say it was an asteroid.