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,
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A Virginia mother is demanding answers from officials at her daughter`s high school after she says a school resource officer helped a complete stranger pull her daughter out of class and confront her about an alleged stolen phone.
Britt McHenry is the latest big-name talent who has been told to go home by sports broadcaster ESPN. In 2015, McHenry was suspended by ESPN for berating a tow-lot attendant with incendiary remarks that went viral. “I’m in the news, sweetheart, I will f--g sue this place,” McHenry, a Washington-based reporter, said at the time. The video, available via LiveLeak, shows McHenry going on a verbal assault, disparaging a clerk about her job, education and looks. “Yep, that’s all you care about, is just taking people’s money,” McHenry says. “With no education, no skillset, just wanted to clarify that. … Do you feel good about your job? So I could be a college dropout and do the same thing? Why, cause
Antarctica’s Blood Falls were first discovered in 1911 - a cliff stained with blood-red water, pouring into the sea. It rapidly became known as Blood Falls - and experts assumed that algae in the water were behind the strange red colour. Researchers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks say that the ‘rusty’ water comes from a small saltwater lake trapped beneath a glacier, which may have been there for a million years.