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Reformed skinhead endures agony to remove tattoos

Julie Widner was terrified — afraid her husband would do something reckless, even disfigure himself. Full story

3 face new charges in Philly basement-captive case

Three suspects arrested in an alleged Social Security fraud plot in which police say mentally disabled people were kept in a basement now face additional charges over the abuse of a victim who was kept locked in a closet for at least two weeks, prosecutors said Friday. Full story

Putin says smash faces of Russian fraudsters

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir, already in campaign mode for a third term as president, said fraudsters who siphon off state money should have their faces smashed. Full story

Woman mauled by chimp says happy with new face

A Connecticut woman who was mauled by a chimpanzee says she's pleased with her new transplanted face. Full story

US teen guilty of killing friend, burning body

A jury has convicted a teen of fatally shooting his 17-year-old friend, dismembering the body and burning it in a backyard bonfire. Full story

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A former high school teacher accused of having sex with five students pleads insanity. NBC’s Kevin Tibbles reports.

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