A teenager who attends Beaumont High School in Southern California discovered that her choice of undergarments was actually subject to her teacher's approval.
Jolee Callan, 18, was shot twice in the head by former partner Loren Bunner after he convinced her to go hiking in east Alabama in August 2015. Three more photos show Ms Callan walking the dog and later holding the dog while looking out at a view after hiking up a mountain in Cheaha State Park. Police said Bunner called 911 to report he had “murdered his ex-girlfriend” while driving home from the crime scene and pulled over to wait for the authorities, according to the Shelby County Reporter.
If Donald Trump so desperately needs babysitters, he's probably not fit for office. As Donald Trump's administration has careened from humiliating disaster to dangerous defense of hate groups to xenophobic and Islamophobic immigration policies and a million other terrible stories that are not worthy of the presidency, there has been a recurring refrain from critics. Where are the public and dignified stands against all of the things they are more than happy to distance themselves from while talking off the record to Maggie Haberman? "You have no idea how much crazy stuff we kill": The most common response centers on the urgent importance of having smart, sane people around Trump to fight his worst impulses.
This article contains spoilers about Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones. Viserion was felled by a giant ice spear that the Night King threw at him, and was later fished out of the frozen water to become a zombie ice dragon. As we noted earlier, Vanity Fair describes that an ice dragon can "breathe cold, a chill so terrible that it can freeze a man solid in half a heartbeat." Um, totally terrifying! Viserion's death reminds us that Daenerys' (Emilia Clarke) dragons are not a deus ex machina - they can be killed just like any other living thing, and can even be used as a weapon against the saviors of Westeros.
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Game of Thrones spoilers below, y'all. I don't know about you guys, but I'm still shaking over Sunday night's episode of Game of Thrones. Zombie dragons? A gross bag of faces? An official acknowledgment of Daenerys and Jon Snow wanting to bone? Not only is it season seven's most shocking episode so far, but it might also be the most memorable installment in Game of Thrones history. Now, hidden within all of those aforementioned moments, you might have missed a tiny, bizarre detail concerning Jon's beloved sword, Longclaw. The rare, Valyrian steel sword plays an important part in "Beyond the Wall," since Jon attempts to give Longclaw back to Ser Jorah Mormont earlier in the episode. The sword