A police mug shot taken in Lancaster County, S.C., is drawing attention across the country for what appears to be a blond woman with black eyes. The mug shot is of 24-year-old Morgan Joyce Varn, who faces charges of kidnapping, armed robbery and property damage in Lancaster County. She remained in the Lancaster County jail Friday without bond. It is the kind of case that typically doesn’t get attention beyond county lines, but the story was being picked up across the nation Friday due to Varn’s striking image: Full head of blond hair, pale forehead covered in tattoos, and the whites of her eyes appearing to be black and reflective like glass. Social media commenters quickly picked up on the photo,
Well, we’re definitely impressed. Britney Spears posted a pool stunt on Instagram that showed how incredible her balance is. Of course, she…
It’s a strange time in the sports media world after ESPN fired 100 employees on Wednesday. The massive staff chop spawned strong opinions about who did and did not deserve to remain at the network. Most of those predictably have come from your average Twitter troll - “You spilled Starbucks on yourself, Adam Schefter? Well at least you still have a job” - but some of have come from within the industry. Former Sports Illustrated writer Jeff Pearlman used Stephen A. Smith as the face of the problem with ESPN’s layoffs - and the industry as a whole. In an essay, which specifically noted it was not Smith’s “fault” that he is paid exponentially more than anyone who was fired this week, Pearlman decried
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An 18-year-old man has been arrested in California in connection with an attack that left an elderly woman dead. Neven Glen Butler, a North Highlands resident, allegedly attacked an 86-year-old woman and a 61-year-old woman as they exercised on a school track early in the morning. According to investigators, the two friends were walking some distance apart when Butler jumped out from a hiding place and attacked the 61-year-old woman.
Howard Stern predicted this would happen. Donald Trump told Reuters in an interview this week that he misses the days before he was president. "I loved my previous life. I had so many things going," he said. "This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier." 12 days into Trump's presidency, Stern, the radio shock jock and Trump's longtime friend, publicly predicted this moment. During the Feb. 1 broadcast of his show, Stern said he'd told Trump early on that the presidency wouldn't be good for him. "I really was sincere, I said, 'Why would you want to be the president of the United States? You're not going to be beloved, it's going to be a f*cking nightmare in your life,"