A 36-year-old teacher convicted of having sex with a person under the legal age of consent in California is suing the student she slept with for defamation. Tara Stumph, who is currently serving a 180 day sentence for having sex with a 16-year-old student, says that statements made by the young man hurt her reputation and her career. Stumph was named alongside her former employer, the Lucia Mar School District, in the lawsuit brought against her by her victim’s family.
Saturday Night Live (SNL) has said goodbye to Melissa McCarthy’s portrayal of Sean Spicer after his resignation as White House press secretary. The show paid tribute to “Spicey”, with a hilarious montage of some of McCarthy’s best moments in the role. McCarthy’s portrayal of the former press secretary received acclaim from fans across the globe, with many taking to social media to express their disappointment it has now come to an end.
Trump nominated Sam Clovis to be the lead scientist of the Department of Agriculture, even though he has no agricultural experience.
In case you watch golf with the sound off, Johnny Miller generally doesn't get as excited as the rest of the golf world when someone goes low in a major. Afterall, his 63 in the final round of the 1973 U.S. Open at Oakmont stood as the gold standard of major golf scores for what feels like forever. And Saturday at Royal Birkdale - when Branden Grace fired the first 62 in men's major championship history - was no different, as shortly after Grace signed his scorecard, Miller gave the 29-year-old some credit before hedging it with, “It was set up really, really easy today, folks, but still a heck of a round.” One guy that definitely saw this coming was Justin Thomas, who has a history with Miller
The Oscar-winning actor opens about what is was like to deal with her mother killing her father.
NEW YORK ― When attorney Cesar Vargas first met his teenage client Ivan Ruiz, a newly arrived undocumented immigrant from Honduras, he noticed Ruiz seemed to wear the weight of his traumatic childhood on his sleeve.
At last, Saudi Arabia seems to be doing what it takes to reduce the world's most visible oil glut: the one in the U.S. Unfortunately, its renewed vigor comes as OPEC's deal to reduce excess crude stockpiles starts to show signs of unraveling elsewhere, a subject that will be wrestled with by the group's oil ministers as they and other producer nations meet in St Petersburg on Monday. Saudi Slump Weekly U.S. crude oil imports from Saudi Arabia have fallen sharply since early June Sources: Bloomberg, EIA Data published last week by the U.S. Energy Information Administration show that imports from Saudi Arabia in the week to July 14 fell to their lowest for seven years: just 524,000 barrels a day.