A 14-year old Redding male has been charged with possession of child pornography, obscenity, and harassment, after sharing a photo of another Redding student, police said.
According to newstimes.com, the cops investigated this teen for three months. Three. Entire. Months. How many police resources were tied up while the officers were busy figuring out why two teens were sexting each other?
A lawyer who represented the so-called “D.C. madam” says he has phone records that could influence the outcome of the presidential election, and he’s threatening to release one or more names on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court if he’s denied a hearing on his right to distribute them.
During the workshop, students can participate in several activities that “examine white privilege and how it is more powerful than other types of benefits afforded by society.” One activity in particular, called the “white privilege survey,” requires students to quantify their privilege based on their responses to a series of statements.
The Department of State has apologized after attempting to use Twitter to issue a bizarre series of recommendations to those enjoying spring break.
A new analysis published by the personal finance website WalletHub finds that Washington, D.C. is more financially illiterate than any of the 50 states.
“This is not a zoo, people live here,” female resident Amina told Die Welt in an interview Wednesday, adding that the barricade is set up to preserve “an important cultural and political place.”
One such popular app, Hide It Pro, disguises itself on phones as an “Audio Manager.” Even after opening the app, its true intention is still hidden. It shows up as a false app that helps to control the volume level of one’s phone. However, after holding the title bar down, it will ask for a password to unlock all of the user’s hidden content.
Yeah, she is lying.
in fact, prove she deserved it.