A 22-year-old former nursing student pleaded guilty to the murder of one person and the attempted murders of 53 others in connection with a 2019 deadly shooting at a Southern California synagogue on the last day of Passover, effectively ending the possibility of facing the death penalty. John T. Earnest entered a similar guilty plea on July 20 on state charges in San Diego Superior Court and agreed then to serve the rest of his life in state prison without the possibility of parole. In the federal case, sentencing has been set for Dec. 28.
European soccer leader has threatened boycott if FIFA goes ahead with plan to hold men's World Cup every two years rather than the current four.
The woman offered to pay him $40,000 to “get rid of her ex-husband for good.”