The man said the fire would be "worth it" if it caused "a little delay" in someone receiving abortion services at the Planned Parenthood clinic.
The mother initially called 911 to report her son being unresponsive. First responders quickly realized that it was not a medical call but a crime.
In a note left behind in their car, the man explained that his wife was suffering from "chronic health conditions."
Investigators had initially believed that the victims died by suicide, but later found out that their relatives killed them to exact revenge.
The suspect met the teenager online and traveled from Illinois to Michigan to meet her in person.
The woman attended the school for four days and spent most of her time with the school's guidance counselors.
Officials have not revealed the exact relationship between the suspect and the victim.
A lithium-ion battery is believed to have started the fire in the basement of a two-story home in Queens.
A 36-year-old man in Oklahoma was arrested and charged after allegedly posing as a psychic to rape his daughter's 11-year-old friend.
The 5-year-old had gangrene on one of the toes, which was rotting and black, prosecutors said.
National Irish Coffee Day is observed on Jan. 25 every year to celebrate the classic beverage.
The procedure was carried out by a team consisting of three pediatric surgeons, two anesthetists and a plastic surgeon, according to reports.
After leading deputies on a chase, the woman barricaded herself inside her home for hours before being taken into custody.
Her employer initiated a probe and recommended termination, but she chose to resign instead.
The incident happened in an Indian state where the state government has a policy that does not allow a person to apply for or hold a government job if they have more than two children.
The suspect who reportedly committed the crimes for more than a year was eventually arrested while he was "about to do another one."