A New Jersey woman believed to have a severe case of amnesia was reportedly spotted in a South Carolina Walmart — 21 years after she was last seen by family. People who’ve encountered her say she tells them, “I’m looking for my family, I can’t understand why they can’t find me.”
As of today we all live in a completely different world as the latest Instagram update allows for photos and videos that aren’t square. 😱😱😱
Were there real women on Ashley Madison? Investigation finds virtually no female profiles were active
If it seems like we’re only hearing about male cheaters exposed by the Ashley Madison leak, that may be because guys vastly outnumbered women on the website — to a greater extent than initially believed. Whomp-whomp.
Boyfriend of slain Virginia reporter Alison Parker shares heartbreaking message: “We were very much in love”
Chris Hurst, the boyfriend of murdered WDBJ reporter Alison Parker, has shared a heartbreaking proclamation of the love the two shared and kept largely secret for months. Read on for Hurst’s full statement, along with touching photos of the couple.
A terrifying scene unfolded this morning during a live report by WDBJ7 news out of Roanoke, Virginia. Three people have been injured while area schools have been placed on lockdown during this active shooter situation.
The Typo Police are real! 20-year-old Shannon Csapilla of Stamford, Connecticut faces two counts of first-degree criminal mischief after she allegedly took revenge on the boyfriend and gal pal she thought he was cheating with. What sort of revenge did Csapilla take? She keyed their cars, punctured their tires–and wrote “wore” on the girl’s car. Keep reading for all the details, including Shannon’s alleged tantalizing Snapchat post to Stamford police, and her recent statement addressing the attention she’s now receiving online.
A twelve-year-old boy on a class trip to one of the most prestigious art museums in Taiwan got much more than he bargained for when he accidentally used a prominent painting to break his fall. The boy, whose name has not been released, was partaking of the “Faces of Leonardo: Images of a Genius” exhibit […]
It all started with a video posted last week on Facebook by Melissa Estrella. In the video, the mom finds suspicious, sharp “shards” covering her child’s Huggies brand baby wipes. Estrella’s discovery has parents everywhere questioning whether Huggies baby wipes wipes are tainted with shards of glass. Read on to find out more about this discovery and Huggies’ response to the allegations.