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Cleveland kidnap hero Charles Ramsey inks book deal

Cleveland - One day turned an unknown dishwasher into a local hero and unlikely celebrity. Now that man, Charles Ramsey, who helped rescue the three women held captive in a Cleveland house over a decade, has signed a contract for a book deal to tell his story.

The Lost Girls — Those who were found and those who were not

Machynlleth - The funeral of April Jones was held today. Only a few fragments of bone were found. Thankfully, not all stories of this nature have entirely unhappy endings.

Video: Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, Michelle Knight say thank you

Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, three women held captive in a Cleveland home for almost a decade, have released a YouTube video in which they thank everyone for support and encouragement, and for giving them a chance to start new lives.

Cleveland hero Charles Ramsey becoming paid speaker

The hero of Cleveland Charles Ramsey, who helped three young women and a baby to freedom ,now has a management company and can be hired for speaking engagements. He freed Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight, and Berry's baby, on May 6.

Ohio kidnap hero Ramsey to receive free hamburgers for life

After coming to the rescue of kidnapping victims Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight, Charles Ramsey has been offered hamburgers for life by Cleveland-area restaurants.

Review: ‘The Cleveland Captives — What Really Happened?’ Special

Cleveland - A decade ago, a young woman and two girls disappeared from the streets of Cleveland. To the astonishment of the entire world, they were all three found alive, if not well, earlier this month.

Op-Ed: The fallacy of Missing White Woman Syndrome

The elation over the recent case of Amanda Berry and two other women prompted one overpaid black academic to allude to this as a case of Missing White Woman Syndrome. But does such a phenomenon really exist?

Pedro, Onil Castro: 'If we knew, we'd have reported him' (Video)

The Police have released Pedro, 54, and Onil Castro, 50, brothers of Ariel Castro, 52, accused of kidnapping three Cleveland women, holding them captive for a decade and abusing them mentally and physically.

BAFTA honours Doctor Who’s 50 years of achievement

Doctor Who is to be celebrated at tonight’s BAFTA awards ceremony in London, marking the half-century of the BBC’s iconic science-fiction drama series.

Cleveland kidnaps: A perspective from earlier lengthy abductions

Cleveland - The release of three Ohio women, kidnapped, then unlawfully imprisoned for nearly 10 years, has made headlines recently. But the ordeal of the Ohio three is only the latest in a series of long-term kidnapping cases.

Op-Ed: Amanda Berry and the psychic charlatans

The rescue of Amanda Berry and two other girls missing presumed murdered surprised the people of the world. And of the other world, according to some reports.

Op-Ed: What is Missing White Woman Syndrome?

Cleveland - White victims get more media coverage than black ones. Who says so? The obviously overpaid black academic Charlton McIlwain.

Charles Ramsey has criminal record for domestic violence

Cleveland - Charles Ramsey, 43, the Cleveland man who shot to Internet stardom after he rescued kidnap victim Amanda Berry and her daughter served time in jail for domestic violence, according to The Smoking Gun (TSG).

Rush Limbaugh on Amanda Berry's child and 'welfare benefits'

While an entire nation rejoices over the miraculous rescue of three captive women in Cleveland, Ohio, Rush Limbaugh has other things on his mind: Amanda Berry's 6-year-old daughter and welfare benefits.

Whatever happened to Ashley Summers?

Cleveland - The 14-year-old was last seen in July 2007 in the same section of Cleveland where Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight were abducted. Authorities and family members of Ashley Summers are wondering if the teen is alive and being held captive.

Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus kidnapping: Reports of bondage rituals

Cleveland - Neighbors of Ariel Castro, suspect in the case involving Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight, said they saw naked women crawling on all fours in the backyard of Castro's house with dog leashes around their neck and three men leading them.

Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, Michele Knight: New details emerge

Cleveland - New details are emerging about the experience of three Ohio women, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, rescued after they were kidnapped nearly a decade ago.

Man who discovered missing Ohio teens tells his story

Cleveland - An Ohio man has become something of a national hero after he helped rescue three women who were kidnapped in the early 2000s.

Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus found alive in Cleveland after 10 yrs

Cleveland - Amanda Berry disappeared on April 21, 2003 when she was 16. Gina DeJesus disappeared on April 2, 2004 when she was 14. The two have been found alive in a house in Cleveland where they were "tied up with chains in basement dungeon for ten years."

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