‘House of Horrors’ parents sentenced to life in prison

A California couple, David Allen Turpin and Louise Anna Turpin, were sentenced to life in prison after they admitted to imprisoning and torturing 12 of their 13 children.

Lawyer: abused children ‘humbled that people care

A California couple who pleaded guilty to years of torture and abuse of 12 of their 13 children have been sentenced to life in prison with possibility of parole after 25 years. An attorney says the children are moving on with their lives. (April 19)

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Here’s the latest for Friday, April 19: California couple sentenced to life in prison for the torture of 12 children; Trump tweets about ‘Crazy Mueller Report;’ Hurricane Michael upgraded to Category 5; Paris marks Good Friday near Notre Dame.

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Couple sentenced to life for severe child abuse

A California couple who for years starved a dozen of their children and kept some shackled to beds were sentenced Friday to life in prison, ending a shocking case hidden by a veneer of suburban normalcy. (April 19)

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The Teens Running Former Sen. Mike Gravel’s Presidential Campaign (HBO)

What happens when you mix the online snark and progressive idealism of the podcast-listening teen and the dgaf attitude of a 88 year-old lefty?

You get the Mike Gravel For President campaign.

A group of massively online college and high school students heard about Gravel a little while ago on Chapo Trap House, the podcast of record for the Bernie set. Gravel got famous in 1971 when, as senator from Alaska, he read the Pentagon Papers into the Senate record, effectively declassifying them. Then he dropped off the radar for a long while until 2008, when he ran a quixotic bid for president. He didn’t get very far, but he got far enough to create a few viral moments on the debate stage. Gravel was the anti-war conscience in the primary.

That’s the role the college and high school students want Gravel to play in the 2020 Democratic primary too. Most of them are supporters of Bernie Sanders, but they think getting Gravel on the debate stage again could help Sanders by giving him an ally and help push the entire party to the left.

So the teens talked Gravel into running again. But this time, Gravel doesn’t really want to leave his California home. He’s given the kids control of his online identity, and they’ve used it to raise thousands of dollars — and attack just about every other Democratic candidate.

VICE News met up with Gravel as he hosted the teens in real life for the first time.

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Racing to prevent the next wildfire disaster

The AP, USA TODAY Network-California, McClatchy and Media News have collaborated to find what can be done to reduce the devastation from California wildfires.

Kim Kardashian studying law, wants to become attorney

American television star Kim Kardashian, known for her reality shows and marriage to hip-hop artist Kanye West, is studying law and hopes to pass her California bar exams by 2022, the magazine Vogue reports.