Radhika Jones named new editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair

Jones, who starts at the magazine December 11, had joined The New York Times last November as Editorial Director, Books

NEW YORK, NY  – November 13, 2017 – Condé Nast today announced that Radhika Jones has been named editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair, the fifth person to hold this distinction since its modern revival in 1983. In her new role, Jones will oversee all content development, production and consumer experiences for Vanity Fair’s digital, social, video, print and experiential platforms. Jones will lead Vanity Fair through its 24th annual Oscar Party in March, the fifth annual New Establishment Summit, the brand’s 105th anniversary and the continued digital expansion of The Hive, the title’s newest brand launch. Jones succeeds Graydon Carter, who is stepping down after 25 successful years at the helm. Her appointment takes effect on December 11th.

Jones has a distinguished career

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People Magazine Investigates: Case of Missing DeOrr Kunz …

The campout in a remote patch of the Idaho mountains promised a fun time for 2-year-old DeOrr Kunz, who went on vacation with his parents, grandfather and his grandfather’s friend.

With the assurance that “Grandpa Bob” Walton would keep an eye on him, DeOrr’s mom, Jessica Mitchell, and father, who is also named DeOrr Kunz but also goes by Vernal, walked off from the campsite to go fishing on July 10, 2015 — but when the boy’s dad returned, the son they lovingly called “Little Man” was nowhere to be found.

More than two years later, the enduring mystery of what happened to the still-lost little boy is the focus of tonight’s episode of People Magazine Investigates, which airs at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery.

After DeOrr’s parents called 911, law enforcement believed the boy had wandered into the woods surrounding the Timber

Read more at: http://people.com/crime/people-magazine-investigates-deorr-kunz-vanished-woods/

People Magazine Investigates: Case of Missing DeOrr Kunz

The campout in a remote patch of the Idaho mountains promised a fun time for 2-year-old DeOrr Kunz, who went on vacation with his parents, grandfather and his grandfather’s friend.

With the assurance that “Grandpa Bob” Walton would keep an eye on him, DeOrr’s mom, Jessica Mitchell, and father, who is also named DeOrr Kunz but also goes by Vernal, walked off from the campsite to go fishing on July 10, 2015 — but when the boy’s dad returned, the son they lovingly called “Little Man” was nowhere to be found.

More than two years later, the enduring mystery of what happened to the still-lost little boy is the focus of tonight’s episode of People Magazine Investigates, which airs at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery.

After DeOrr’s parents called 911, law enforcement believed the boy had wandered into the woods surrounding the Timber

Read more at: http://people.com/crime/people-magazine-investigates-deorr-kunz-vanished-woods/

People Magazine Investigates: What Happened to 2-Year-Old DeOrr Kunz, Who Vanished in Idaho Woods?

The campout in a remote patch of the Idaho mountains promised a fun time for 2-year-old DeOrr Kunz, who went on vacation with his parents, grandfather and his grandfather’s friend.

With the assurance that “Grandpa Bob” Walton would keep an eye on him, DeOrr’s mom, Jessica Mitchell, and father, who is also named DeOrr Kunz but also goes by Vernal, walked off from the campsite to go fishing on July 10, 2015 — but when the boy’s dad returned, the son they lovingly called “Little Man” was nowhere to be found.

More than two years later, the enduring mystery of what happened to the still-lost little boy is the focus of tonight’s episode of People Magazine Investigates, which airs at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery.

After DeOrr’s parents called 911, law enforcement believed the boy had wandered into the woods surrounding the Timber

Read more at: http://people.com/crime/people-magazine-investigates-deorr-kunz-vanished-woods/

PREVIEW: Investigation Discovery to air hour-long DeOrr Kunz special tonight

DeOrr Kunz Jr.

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IDAHO FALLS — Investigation Discovery and People magazine have partnered to examine the case of DeOrr Kunz Jr. in an hour-long special called “Where is Baby DeOrr?” that will air tonight (Nov. 13).

The Idaho Falls toddler vanished in July 2015 while on a camping trip in Lemhi County with his parents, great-grandfather and a friend of his great-grandfather. There has been no sign of DeOrr since that day, and nobody has been charged in connection to his disappearance.

A producer and camera crew with People Magazine Investigates visited east Idaho in May and spent several days speaking with individuals involved in the case. The show includes interviews with Jessica Mitchell (DeOrr’s mother), Trina Bates Clegg

Read more at: https://www.eastidahonews.com/2017/11/preview-investigation-discovery-air-hour-long-deorr-kunz-special-tonight/

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TV series chronicles Oklahoma murder case of young woman who wouldn’t back down

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Find out more about Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda’s book

Lt. Joe Kenda

Lt. Joe Kenda has been out promoting his book I Will Find You

Lt. Joe Kenda of Investigation Discovery’s Homicide Hunter has been out promoting his new book, I Will Find You.

Kenda needs little introduction to anyone interested in true crime and has an illustrious career as a law enforcement officer. He investigated 387 murders during his two decades as a homicide detective with the Colorado Springs Police Department and had a very high rate of success when it came to solving them.

Lt. Joe Kenda's new book cover for I Will Find You

Lt. Joe Kenda’s new book I Will Find You

I Will Find You: Solving Killer Cases from My Life Fighting Crime, takes you behind the scenes of some remarkable and shocking crimes, together with the fascinating investigation process that results in them being

Read more at: https://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/find-out-more-about-homicide-hunter-lt-joe-kendas-new-book/

Solimando’s ‘Numb3r5 Up!’ column to be featured in TV show ‘Deadly Women’


Jeff Solimando

Jeff Solimando




Trentonian Columnist Jeff Solimando will appear as a guest commentator on Investigation Discovery’s “Deadly Women,” Friday, Nov. 10 at 9 p.m. The episode, called “In the Family,” reenacts the story

Read more at: http://www.trentonian.com/article/TT/20171108/NEWS/171109741

Politically motivated? FBI investigating attack on Rand Paul

Does an attack on a Republican senator reflect a danger from the Left, the nuttiness of one man, or a run-of-the-mill neighborhood dispute getting out of control? Rand Paul suffered more serious injuries than first announced in an assault perpetrated by his neighbor, retired physician and inventor Rene Boucher. At first, his office assured reporters that Paul was only slightly injured, but breathing difficulties revealed that the senator from Kentucky suffered five broken ribs — no small matter:

Rand Paul was recovering Sunday from five broken ribs, including three displaced fractures, after he was assaulted by a neighbor who tackled him from behind at the senator’s Kentucky home, officials said.

Senior Adviser Doug Stafford said it is unclear when the Republican senator will return to work since he is in “considerable pain” and has difficulty getting around, including flying. Stafford said this type of injury is marked by severe

Read more at: https://hotair.com/archives/2017/11/06/politically-motivated-fbi-investigating-attack-rand-paul/