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  • Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reveal name of their fourth child

    Welcome to the family, Psalm West. Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West finally made public the name of their fourth child, more than a week after they welcomed the baby via surrogate. “Psalm West,” the reality star/mogul tweeted Friday. She tweeted an image of what appears to be a series of Mother’s Day texts and a photo of Psalm from her husband. “Beautiful Mother’s Day. With the arrival of our fourth child. We are blessed beyond measure,” the texts read. […]

  • Arkansas woman sentenced to prison after posing as deputy, springing boyfriend from jail

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A Fayetteville woman was given 15 years in prison for posing as a California sheriff’s deputy in order to spring her boyfriend from jail. Maxine Feldstein, 30, pleaded guilty Monday in Washington County Circuit Court to forgery, third-degree escape and second-degree criminal impersonation. Judge Mark Lindsay sentenced her to 30 years in prison but suspended half of the sentence. Feldstein presented false paperwork to the Washington County Detention Center in July 2018, which fooled the jailers into releasing her […]

  • Former WWE Superstar Ashley Massaro dies at 39

    SUFFOLK COUNTY, N.Y. – The wrestling community is mourning the death of ex-WWE Superstar Ashley Massaro, the organization said in a statement Thursday. “We are saddened to learn of the tragic death of former WWE Superstar Ashley Massaro,” The WWE wrote. “She performed in WWE from 2005-2008 and was beloved by her fellow Superstars and fans around the world.” TMZ reports that the 39-year-old died early Thursday at a hospital near her Suffolk County, New York home. Officials told TMZ […]

  • Report: SAT will assign a new score that factors in where you live and how much your parents make

    The nonprofit group that administers the SAT will assign an adversity score to each student who takes the test to reflect social and economic backgrounds, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. The move comes amid heightened scrutiny that colleges are facing over the admissions process and the diversity of their student bodies. “There are a number of amazing students who may have scored less (on the SAT) but have accomplished more,” David Coleman, chief executive officer of the […]

  • Video shows parent apparently trip player during youth basketball tournament

    ROCKLIN, Calif. — Video captured the moment a parent sitting courtside at a youth basketball tournament in California appears to trip a player from the competing team. Players, coaches and parents from the Cornerstone Basketball Academy based in Vallejo traveled miles away to take part in the Hardwood Palace tournament Saturday against the Folsom Elite Basketball Academy. “This specific team is our 10-year-old and under team,” Eugene Solano, the director of the Vallejo team, said. Solano told KTXL he was […]

  • FDA recalls tattoo inks contaminated with potentially harmful bacteria

    CHICAGO — The Food and Drug Administration has a warning for people who have tattoos or are planning to get them. Six kinds of tattoo inks were recalled Wednesday after recent inspections found bacteria that could be harmful human health. The bacteria could lead to infection and serious health injuries if injected into the skin. Symptoms include rashes or lesions in the area of the tattoo. The FDA reports the following tattoo inks have been recalled: All lots of Scalpaink […]

  • Urine sample odor causes evacuation of Virginia VA building

    HAMPTON, Va. — The Hampton VA Medical Center was evacuated Wednesday afternoon due to a potential hazmat situation that was determined to be the smell of a urine sample, according to fire officials. Dispatch said the call came in at 2:16 p.m., according to Hampton Division of Fire and Rescue spokesman Battalion Chief Anthony Chittum. John Rogers with the VA told WTKR there was a pungent, overwhelming odor, determined to be the smell of a urine sample, on the first […]

  • Missing Kentucky toddler found alive days after he disappeared from home

    MAGOFFIN COUNTY, Ky. — Authorities announced an update in the disappearance of a Kentucky toddler who had been missing for nearly three days. WKYT reports the boy was found at an old strip mine, about a mile from his home. A search team told the TV station they heard the boy crying. He was found at the bottom of a 50-foot incline at the mine; they rescued him using a rope and basket. The Magoffin County Sheriff’s Office had been looking for 22-month-old Kenneth […]

  • Harvard magazine apologizes for sexualizing Anne Frank

    The Harvard Lampoon is apologizing after publishing a cartoon that sexualized Anne Frank. Frank died at 15 in the Nazi concentration camp at Bergen-Belsen in 1945 before British soldiers liberated it. The posthumous publication of the young Jewish girl’s diary, which shed light on life under Nazi occupation, made her an important figure from the Holocaust. “Gone before her time” began a recent cartoon caption in the Ivy League school’s humor magazine. It went downhill from there — quickly: “Virtual […]

  • Missouri school employee says CBD oil caused her to fail drug test, lose job

    EUREKA, Mo. – A Rockwood School District Employee says she is out of a job after CBD oil caused her to fail a drug screening. Lorraine Jeffries, who worked as a school bus monitor for the district, said her doctor recommended she take CBD oil for her joint pains. She said she purchased the “Pure Kana” CBD online. Jeffries’ doctor, who recommended she take CBD oil said in a letter, “in order to avoid overly toxic prescription medications I often […]

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