Student activists said they are saddened but not surprised at the findings in the report released Wednesday by Sen. Claire McCaskill. “McCaskill’s survey gives us the data to support what we know anecdotally: Schools aren’t handling sexual assault well.”
“Imagen … Seinfeld as Emoji”
Two University of Miami linebackers were arrested on charges of sexual battery, kicked off the football team, and suspended from school after they admitted raping a 17-year-old girl in a campus dorm room.
The FBI can continue to classify Juggalos as “criminal gang members.”
An Oklahoma farmer lost his cellphone last October after it fell in 140 tons of grain. Nine months later, he got it back after it had traveled to Japan and back.
A rape victim’s college essay about “what made her who she is” has led to her stepfather’s rape conviction. He was sentenced to 18 years in prison in Brooklyn on Monday.
Magnises is “Latin for absolutely nothing. The name is made up, but it sounds grand, doesn’t it?” If you’re lucky, you’ll get on the wait list.
An Albuquerque veteran collapsed a four minute walking distance from the emergency room, but due to regulations, he had to wait for an ambulance.
The Verrückt, located in Kansas City, is 168 feet and 7 inches tall.
“This was a case where you just lost control of normal restraint. … You simply could not resist,” said Judge Michael Mettyear.
A video posted online Saturday claims to show Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic extremist group ISIS, giving a speech at a mosque in Mosul, Iraq.
A recap of my weekend attending the 16th annual Del Close Marathon, a festival of nonstop improv hosted at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater in New York City.
A documentary called “After Spring” shows how taekwondo is helping children traumatized by war in the their home country learn self-respect and discipline. “The taekwondo school is a surprisingly uplifting story in the midst of all this tragedy.”
The so-called “Cannibal Cop” was convicted in March 2013 of planning to kidnap, rape, kill, and cook women. A judge granted his release on $100,000 bond after his conviction was tossed.
If anybody needs a dog walker, you know who to ask.
At least 13 are reported dead and 25 wounded after a suicide bomber blew himself up in a market in Iraq. Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is suspected.
“If the United States administration tacitly approves or supports the release of this film, we will take a decisive and merciless countermeasure.”
OMG. TRL is coming back. With Ariana Grande. But… it’s just for one day. And it’s called “Total Ariana Live.”
The pregnant Sudanese woman who was sentenced to death over her Christian faith last month was freed and rearrested as she tried to leave Sudan.
The last of Syria’s 1,300-ton stockpile of chemical weapons, including mustard gas and raw materials for making sarin nerve gas, have been loaded onto Danish and Norwegian ships off the coast of Latakia, Syria, the Associated Press reports.