When Ariel Castro was first arrested and charged with imprisoning and raping three women in his house on a tough Cleveland street over a decade, his attorneys said evidence would show that he was not a monster.Full story
CLEVELAND (Reuters) - Prosecutors want to bring additional charges as soon as possible against a former Cleveland school-bus driver accused of holding three women captive in his home and torturing them for a decade, authorities said on Wednesday. Full story
As the Castro brothers speak for the first time about their brother Ariel’s disgusting behavior, AP reporter Meghan Barr shares her stories from the other friends and family who knew Castro’s monstrous side, especially his abuse of the mother of his children.
For Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight’s mothers, this mother’s day may the happiest they’ve had in a very long time.
Grandmother of kidnapping victim Amanda Berry talks with her for the first time in nearly 10 years. WCYB's Megan Brantley reports.
“Studio 360” host Kurt Andersen, Salon.com’s Joan Walsh, Glenn Thrush from Politico, and MSNBC’s Craig Melvin join Alex Wagner to discuss new details in the case of three women in Ohio who were held captive for nearly a decade.
Amanda Berry’s former teacher, Joe Kapostasy, discusses what kind of student Amanda Berry was and how she could have survived this 10-year ordeal.
This frame grab image from a July 2, 2013 video courtesy of Hennes Paynter Communications shows freed kidnapped victim Amanda Berry, as she speaks at the law offices of Jones Day in Cleveland, Ohio. The three young Ohio women freed two months ago from a decade of captivity in the home of a former
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, the three Cleveland women who escaped in May after about a decade of captivity, released a thank-you video to show their appreciation to all the people who have offered their support.
Amanda Berry speaks in a video to express gratitude to people from Cleveland and across the world who have offered support to her, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight in a video that was filmed last week in the offices of the law firm managing a trust fund established for the three women and released J