Bethany Stephens’ father went looking for his daughter after he hadn’t seen her in over a day. So he decided to seek her out in a wooded area in Goochland, Virginia, where the 22-year-old often took her two pit bulls out for a stroll, according to Richmond.com. That’s when he said he found the two dogs “guarding” the body of his daughter, who police say was mauled and killed by the pets. He called 911 on Thursday night, and officers arrived just over an hour later, WTVR reported. It was a scene that Sheriff Jim Agnew said he likely won’t forget. “It was an absolutely grisly mauling,” he said, according to WTVR. “In my 40 years of law enforcement I've never seen anything quite like it. I hope
In a shocking turn of events, Luke Skywalker used the Force to distract his old apprentice Kylo Ren at the end of "The Last Jedi" to give Rey, Leia and the rest of the group time to escape from the First Order's clutches. In something we've never seen before, Luke uses the Force to project himself into the battlefield, fight Ren (though he's never really there) and then let Ren know of his trick after the Resistance has already escaped. There are two key moments that pay homage to previous "Star Wars" films and iconic scenes within them.
Income tax brackets will change in 2018 if President Donald Trump enacts the GOP tax legislation. The Republican tax plan proposes keeping seven tax brackets, but it changes the income ranges. The final bill proposes eliminating the personal exemption and increasing the standard deduction. Republican leaders appear to have enough votes needed to pass their final tax bill. The bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, was finalized this week by a conference committee made up mostly of members of the House and Senate committees that wrote the versions that those chambers passed. Republican leaders have said they plan to hold a vote on the compromise bill early next week, with a goal of President Donald
Bill O’Reilly claimed vindication Friday after a report from The Hill that attorney Lisa Bloom had solicited wealthy donors and tabloid media to pay women who agreed to come forward to accuse Donald Trump of sexual misconduct.
(Click here if you are having trouble viewing the video on your mobile device.) DEAR AMY: I have been friends with three women since we were 13 years old. We are all nearing 50 now. It has always been tradition for us to get together for birthdays and Christmas, and we give gifts to one another for those occasions. In the past few years, it has been hard for me to afford the gift-giving. I’m working multiple jobs, but I am barely keeping up with my bills. I have told them how difficult it is for me, year after year, but all they tell me is NOT to worry about giving anything. That doesn’t make me feel better. I feel very guilty. I would never feel right about attending one of our get-togethers
Tis the season to drink all the booze. Looking for more ways to imbibe this holiday season? Opt for one of these big batch Christmas punch recipes or fun holiday party cocktails . From Delish
Roy Moore is refusing to accept that he was defeated by Doug Jones in Tuesday’s Senate race in Alabama, but some lawmakers feel his denial is likely a publicity stunt that won't affect the outcome of the election. The former candidate has not conceded the race and has suggested that a recount would lead to a different result. Democrats, on the other hand, are worried that his political posturing could delay Jones's arrival to the Senate, where he could be a key vote against the GOP tax bill.