• Bride paralyzed in freak honeymoon accident: 'Her fairytale wedding trip has turned into a horrible nightmare'

    A Texas woman's loved ones are raising money to bring her home after she broke her neck just days after her destination wedding in Maui.

  • A Lime scooter rider died this morning in Washington, D.C., marking the second fatality this month

    Lime, the 18-month-old, San Francisco-based company whose bright green bicycles and scooters now dot cities throughout the U.S., launched a pilot program in Tacoma, Washington, today, but that tiny victory might have felt short-lived. The reason: on the opposite side of the country, a Lime rider was killed today by an SUV while tooling around Washington D.C.'s DuPont neighborhood. It's the second known fatality for the company following a death earlier this month in Dallas, when a 24-year-old Texas man fell off the scooter he was riding and died from blunt force injuries to his head.

  • Student gives professor an awkward nickname, accidentally submits paper without changing it

    We've all had embarrassing written word-related misfortune in our lives, whether it be accidentally sending the wrong text off to the wrong person or hitting send on an email before we finished editing.  But this college student just took text related awkwardness to the next level.  SEE ALSO: Tinder launches Tinder U for the college kids Twitter user @zoeyoxley shared a major edit blunder on Twitter with the caption "a series of unfortunate events." After submitting a paper to her professor, Oxley noticed she had not changed the placeholder name she'd given the professor in question.  That would not have been the end of the world, was it not for the fact that Oxley had chosen the placeholder name "Professor whats his nuts." A series of unfortunate events: pic.twitter.com/xSnT0JTYPV - zo !!! (@Zoeyoxley) September 20, 2018 Let's see a close up of some of those screen shots... Image:  @zoeyoxley Image:  @zoeyoxley Image:  @zoeyoxleyOxley was not the only one who found this placeholder name fail funny enough to share on social media.  The professor - Professor whats his nuts, if you will - also tweeted about the the placeholder name incident.  A student emailed me, profusely apologizing for getting my name wrong at the top of their paper, and I was like, “Thanks, whatever, nbd.” Then I got to their paper and saw their instructor was “Professor whats his nuts” - John Hendel (@Hendyhendel) September 19, 2018 People on Twitter had a lot of feelings about this name mix up. Look, fair warning, any human I meet whose name I can't remember will now be referred to as Professor What's His Nuts. https://t.co/1OaIwc5qqJ - Linda Sawicki (@bookishcoquette) September 20, 2018 “Professor What’s His Nuts” was my father’s name. Please, call me Deez. - Ben (@benhdudley) September 20, 2018 *Laughs out loud*.*Suddenly has a thought**Checks I have put the right names on my dissertation submission**Realises this is another thing now that I will now be checking continuously*#deadlinelooming #studentlife https://t.co/oYJYy496Jg - grace (@GraceREThomas) September 21, 2018 This could happen to anybody, honestly!  WATCH: Architects are building floating neighborhoods on city canals to create affordable housing for students

  • Joe Biden: Christine Blasey Ford 'Shouldn't Have To Go Through What Anita Hill Went Through'

    Former Vice President Joe Biden on Friday defended his handling of Anita

  • Puerto Rico mayor blames Donald Trump for soaring Hurricane Maria death count: ‘It’s a historic failing’

    Puerto Rico's mayor of San Juan has sharpened her attacks against Donald Trump, blaming his administration for "structural negligence" that led to thousands of deaths in the wake of Hurricane Maria. Carmen Yulín Cruz said the president was responsible for the federal government’s slow response to the deadly hurricane estimated to have killed nearly 3,000 people, during an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper on the one-year anniversary of the storm. "This is President Trump’s Katrina," the mayor said, referring to the catastrophic hurricane that struck the US in August 2005.

  • Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian's Latest Text Exchange Is One for the Books

    After Twitter users asked what edge control product Serena Williams uses to last through entire tennis matches, Alexis Ohanian tried to get the answer for them.