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R Kelly trial to continue with opening statements after jury selected in Chicago
US & Canada · Chicago

R Kelly trial to continue with opening statements after jury selected in Chicago

68% Center coverage: 50 sources
Jury selection continues in R. Kelly's federal criminal trial in Chicago. The trial involves five alleged victims, four videos, 13 counts and 24 years of alleged illicit conduct with minors. More than a dozen potential jurors were dismissed in the morning, including one who had a reported medical emergency.See the Story
FBI locates 121 missing kids, child trafficking victims in nationwide operation
US & Canada · Washington

FBI locates 121 missing kids, child trafficking victims in nationwide operation

70% Center coverage: 27 sources
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced Monday that it has located 121 missing children who were victims of human trafficking organizations in the last two weeks.Operation Cross Country has located more than 200 victims in various locations throughout the United States with the cooperation of other federal, state and local agencies. Up to 145 adult victims have been located in this special operation.See the Story
R Kelly's child pornography trial 'about his dark and hidden side', prosecutors say
US & Canada · Chicago

R Kelly's child pornography trial 'about his dark and hidden side', prosecutors say

55% Left coverage: 11 sources
R. Kelly has a "dark" and "hidden" side that the public rarely saw during his career, prosecutors said at the opening of his second federal trial. R. Kelly's lead attorney urges jurors not to accept prosecution's portrayal of her client as "a monster." Prosecutors enter into evidence video that was at the center of Kelly's 2008 trial. A conviction could add decades to a 30-year prison sentence he already received.See the Story

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