Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton discusses the debate surrounding the Senate filibuster and Democrats’ controversial push for campaign finance reform.
Dennis Rader is the infamous serial killer known as BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill). A new documentary on A&E tries to make sense out of how he became a psychopathic killer. Forensic psychologist Katherine Ramslend has been talking with Rader by phone for over ten years, trying to understand him. She says that every serial killer has a unique set of factors that turns them into monsters. She pointed to his chilhood, when he began to trap and torture kittens before killing them.
No one likes to show up to a party wearing the same thing as another guest — let alone three others. That’s what happened when four brothers arrived at their family’s Thanksgiving, only to see the others dressed in the same exact green and white flannel shirt. But Justin, Skyler, Blake, and Jesse Ence didn’t plan it — their wives did! Jesslin, Brittany, Alyssa, and Alisa told Inside Edition how they pulled off the stunt from miles apart.
Wearing the right mask matters now more than ever, and there’s good news – they can be worn longer than you might think. Dr. Jack Caravanos from NYU’s school of public health says an N95 mask offers the best protection against the Omicron variant, and can be worn about a week before disposing of it. KN95 masks are also good for five days of use, and even longer if you disinfect them with hot steam. But cloth masks aren’t going to offer much Omicron protection, according to a new study.
Police officers were just in time to save a pilot whose plane went down near train tracks. LAPD officers responded to the scene in Pacoima where a pilot crashed after missing a landing at a nearby airport. He was injured, but officers knew they had to move quickly as the train was coming. They pulled him out and dragged him away from the impending crash. The pilot was taken to a hospital where he was treated for his injuries. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.
The daughter of Dennis Rader, the convicted murderer known as the BTK Killer, is speaking out about the harassment she has endured from her serial killer father and his supporters after she cut off ties with him. Kerri Rawson said she wants nothing to do with Rader, who was convicted of killing 10 people in Wichita and Park City, Kansas, over 17 years. Rawson said that after she cut contact with her father, he told his followers to harass her.