Unbiased headline news for Monday March 25, 2024 – Authorities in Utah’s Washington County have unveiled a comprehensive collection of evidence amassed during their child abuse investigation into convicted YouTube parenting influencer Ruby Frankee.

The extensive cache encompasses 29 videos, audio recordings, photographs, and documents, meticulously detailing the harrowing escape of Frankee’s 12-year-old son as he sought refuge at a neighbor’s residence belonging to Frankee’s business partner and co-defendant, Jodi Hildebrandt. The videos provided by Washington County authorities encompass doorbell camera footage, police bodycam recordings, and police interviews of Frankee herself.

A somber incident unfolded aboard a Holland American cruise ship last week, resulting in the tragic loss of two crew members, as reported in a statement from the cruise line.

The company’s Nieuw Amsterdam vessel was docked at Half Moon Cay in the Bahamas when the two crew members perished in an “incident within an engineering compartment,” according to the statement issued by Holland America. A spokesperson from Holland America confirmed to various media outlets that the incident occurred around 9:20 a.m. local time on Friday.

The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to hear arguments on Tuesday in a case that could potentially reshape how women access muf-ah-pristone, one of the two pills utilized in the most prevalent form of abortion nationwide.

The crux of the dispute revolves around whether the Food and Drug Administration disregarded significant safety concerns when it facilitated easier access to mifepristone, including through mail-order pharmacies. The FDA initially approved Muh-fuh-pri-stone in 2000, deeming it a safe and effective method for terminating early pregnancies.

Catherine, Princess of Wales, and her husband, Prince William, “are profoundly touched” by the global outpouring of support in response to her cancer diagnosis, Kensington Palace conveyed in a statement on behalf of the couple, reiterating their appeal for privacy during this challenging time.

The princess, also known as Kate Middleton, publicly disclosed her diagnosis last week, following an abdominal surgery in January that prompted her highly scrutinized absence from the public eye.

New York City’s mayor has shelved a planned visit to the U.S.-Mexico border due to security concerns.

Mayor Eric Adams had intended to travel to Brownsville and McAllen, Texas. However, Adams’ spokesperson, Amaris Cockfield, revealed on Sunday that the U.S. State Department had flagged potential safety risks at one of the mayor’s proposed stops in Mexico, prompting his office to postpone the trip.

A tragic shooting incident outside a bar in Indianapolis claimed one life and left five others injured, including an off-duty police officer, according to law enforcement statements.

At approximately 1:30 a.m., two officers, who were in uniform but off-duty, were present at a bar when a disturbance erupted in the parking lot, as disclosed by Indianapolis Metro Police during a press conference. A firearm was recovered from the parking lot, police confirmed.

An 18-year-old man, Chase Daniel Jones, has been arrested and charged with four counts of vehicular homicide for allegedly causing a devastating four-car collision in a Seattle suburb that claimed the lives of a woman and three children traveling in her van, according to online jail records.

Jones was taken into custody late Friday and is being held on a $1 million bail, as indicated by the King County Correctional Facility records. While the jail records list the charges and bail amount, they do not provide information regarding legal representation for Jones, and the case did not appear in online King County court records as of Saturday.

Republican Representative Mike Gallagher, who had previously announced his decision not to seek reelection, has now revealed that he will be resigning from Congress next month – further shrinking the House Republicans’ already narrow majority.

The Wisconsin Republican stated that his last day in office will be April 19. Gallagher’s departure will leave House Republicans with a one-vote majority, holding 217 seats compared to the Democrats’ 213. Notably, Gallagher did not provide a reason for his early resignation.