Today in the city Apache Junction 21.11.2018
Suspect dances on truck, takes off shirt during standoff

Cordes Junction, AZ - A stolen-car pursuit came to a bizarre ending along I-17 Tuesday evening. The incident started around 4:30 p.m., as Phoenix police started following a suspect truck in the north...


With 'Ralph Breaks the Internet,' Walt Disney Animation Studios enters a new chapter in its history

When Rich Moore and Phil Johnston first began developing the 2012 Disney animated feature “Wreck-It Ralph,” they had one overriding goal: to make a genuinely funny movie. Not cute. Not chuckling quiet...


Jonestown massacre: 40 years later

“Drinking the Kool-Aid” is a phrase bandied about regularly in corporate life, especially when someone wants to take a dig at people with a cult-like belief in a business philosophy or those fanatical...



40 Years Later, Jonestown Offers A Lesson In Demagoguery

In 1978, more than 900 followers of the Rev. Jim Jones committed mass suicide in Guyana. Jeff Guinn explains how Jones captivated so many in The Road to Jonestown. Originally broadcast April 11, 2017.


Jonestown victims drew public scorn, but now we know the story of their betrayal

Forty years ago today, an American preacher and madman named Jim Jones orchestrated the largest mass murder in recorded history when he forced more than 900 men, women and children to drink a cyanide-...


Jim Jones’ sons recall Jonestown massacre, describe cult leader’s drug addiction in new doc

Forty years ago, on Nov. 18, 1978, more than 900 members of cult group People’s Temple were led by its leader Jim Jones to commit mass suicide by cyanide in the Jonestown settlement of Guyana — and hi...


Reporter's 1978 account of deadly ambush, Jonestown tragedy

Forty years ago this week, a California congressman and a group of journalists traveled to Guyana, South America, to see Jonestown, a remote settlement created by an American church, and investigate r...


Reporter's dispatch after Jonestown mass murders, suicides

Forty years ago this week, a California congressman and a group of journalists traveled to Guyana, South America, to see Jonestown, a remote settlement created by an American church, and investigate r...


Jonestown survivors lost only life they knew, built new ones

The mass murders and suicides of more than 900 people at Jonestown in Guyana, South America, took place 40 years ago this week.


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