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Jennifer Deutschmann



Alcoholism And Eye Color Linked In Recent Study

Alcohol Dependence

Alcoholism and eye color were linked in a study conducted by the University of Vermont. The researchers, who published their work in the American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics, determined subjects with light-colored eyes were more likely to consume alcohol than those with dark-colored eyes — and were therefore more likely to… Read more »

Brain-Eating Amoeba Blamed In The Death Of 21-Year-Old California Woman

Naegleria fowleri

Brain-eating amoeba are blamed in the death of a 21-year-old California woman. Health officials confirmed the unidentified woman reported to the Northern Inyo Hospital on June 16 with symptoms that mimicked meningitis. However, as her condition continued to deteriorate, she was later diagnosed with a rare infection caused by Naegleria fowleri. As reported by the… Read more »

Woman With Amnesia Identified, Ashley Manetta Reunited With Her Family

Ashley Manetta

A woman with amnesia, who called herself “Sue,” was identified and reunited with her family on Wednesday evening. Although her identity was not confirmed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, family and friends are certain she is 53-year-old Ashley Manetta. On February 1, the mystery woman was discovered by firefighters in Carlsbad, California. She was… Read more »

Julie Hamp Resigns Amid Drug Smuggling Accusations


Julie Hamp has resigned amid accusations that she smuggled narcotic medication into Japan. According to official reports, the former Toyota executive was arrested and detained on June 18. Although she was not formally charged, Hamp is being held on suspicion of importing 57 oxycodone pills into the country in a package she mailed to herself…. Read more »

Yemen Prison Escape: 1,200 Inmates Flee Amid Unrest

Yemen Crisis

The latest Yemen prison escape involved an estimated 1,200 inmates. At this time, it is unclear who orchestrated the breach. However, local officials confirmed the escapees fled the prison amid “heavy fighting.” According to reports, an unknown number of escaped inmates had suspected ties to al-Qaeda. As reported by Al Jazeera, one security official blamed… Read more »

Facebook Rainbow Filter: Another Psychological Test?

Facebook Experiment

Facebook’s rainbow filter tool allows users to add some color to their profile photo, and display their support for LGBT rights. Although more than 26 million people have used the filter, some sources suggest the “Celebrate Pride” tool is part of a social experiment. It is unclear whether Facebook offered the feature in an attempt… Read more »

Supreme Court Approves Lethal Injection Drug Blamed For Botched Executions

Death Penalty

The Supreme Court has approved a lethal injection drug that is blamed for several botched executions. Although several inmates were reportedly “tortured to death” when the drugs did not work as intended, the Supreme Court determined the inmates were not subjected to “cruel and unusual punishment” as defined by the The United States Constitution. The… Read more »

Istanbul Gay Pride Parade Interrupted With Rubber Bullets, Tear Gas, Water Cannon


Attendees of Istanbul’s gay pride parade were assaulted with rubber bullets, tear gas, and a water cannon. According to witness reports, Turkish police officials used the weapons to disperse participants and spectators — without prior warning. Istanbul’s gay pride parade has taken place for the last 12 years without incident. Although attendees are protesting government… Read more »

Trevor Moore: Sailor Is Still Missing, Coast Guard Suspends Search

Missing Olympic Sailor

Olympic sailor Trevor Moore is still missing off the coast of Miami, Florida. However, the Coast Guard has suspended all search and rescue efforts at this time. In a combined effort with Florida Fish and Wildlife, Miami Dade Fire-Rescue, the Miami Dade Police Department, and the National Park Service, the Coast Guard searched more than… Read more »

Trevor Moore: Olympic Sailor Missing, Empty Boat Found Off Miami Coast

Olympic Sailing

Trevor Moore, an Olympic sailor, was reported missing on Thursday. Authorities in Miami, Florida, confirmed Moore’s 15-foot boat was discovered near the Dinner Key Marina on Thursday evening. Although the Olympian’s personal belongings were found inside the boat, his whereabouts remain unknown. CBS Miami reports the sailor departed from the U.S. Sailing center at approximately… Read more »

Jessica Barth: Love Scene With a Teddy Bear Was ‘Awkward’

Ted 2

Jessica Barth’s love scene in Ted 2 was more far difficult than it may appear. In a recent interview, Barth revealed the teddy bear, which was prominently featured in the film, was not actually present during the filming of many of scenes. Instead, the 36-year-old actress was often forced improvise. Ted 2, which is the… Read more »

Whole Foods: Inspectors Confirm Overcharging, Mislabeled Products

Grocery Chain

During a recent sting operation, New York’s Department of Consumer Affairs discovered Whole Foods is not only overcharging their customers, but many of their products are mislabeled. Whole Foods is celebrated for offering customers a diverse selection of fresh and healthy products. However, the grocery chain has faced stark criticism for their unusually high prices…. Read more »

Walter Scheib: Autopsy Reveals Former White House Chef Drowned

White House Chef

Walter Scheib’s autopsy revealed his death was indeed accidental. On Wednesday, the New Mexico Department of Public Safety confirmed the former White House chef drowned in a drainage ditch near the Yerba Canyon hiking trail. Authorities said they have no reason to suspect foul play. According to reports, Scheib began his hike June 13 and… Read more »

Audrey Hepburn Weighed 88 Pounds, Was Reportedly Malnourished After WWII

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn weighed 88 pounds and was “extremely malnourished” by the end of World War II — according to her son. Although the iconic actress was known for her delicate and slender frame, Luca Dotti confirmed his mother’s physique was caused by malnutrition. In his new book, Audrey at Home, Dotti details Hepburn’s early years… Read more »

Paul McCartney Honors Charleston Shooting Victims During Firefly Festival [Video]

Charleston Church Shooting

Sir Paul McCartney honored the Charleston shooting victims during Dover, Delaware’s, Firefly music festival. On Friday evening, the legendary musician dedicated his performance of “The Long and Winding Road” to the victims and their families. On June 17, an armed gunman opened fire and shot 10 members of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. Authorities… Read more »

Tainted Liquor In Mumbai Blamed For 41 Deaths

Tainted Alcohol

Tainted liquor is blamed for killing at least 41 people in Mumbai, India. Authorities confirmed 21 others were hospitalized and are currently listed in critical condition. Police Chief Atulchandra Kulkarni said all 62 victims were residents of Malvani. Although it is illegal, homemade and diluted liquor are popular among India’s poorest residents. As it is… Read more »

Tiger Woods Greeted With ‘Cheater’ Banner At U.S. Open

U.S. Open

Tiger Woods was greeted with a “cheater” banner during the 115th U.S. Open championship. According to witnesses, the banner was attached to a small plane, which circled University Place, Washington’s, Chambers Bay range — repeatedly. Although he attempted to ignore the embarrassing display, the PGA legend was obviously distracted. Photo: There was a “Cheater” Banner… Read more »

Toyota PR Chief Arrested: Julie Hamp Accused Of Smuggling Drugs

Julie Hamp

Toyota’s PR chief was arrested and detained on suspicion of smuggling drugs into Japan. Authorities confirmed Julie Hamp was arrested in Tokyo on Thursday and remains in custody. It is unclear whether charges were, or will be, filed. As reported by Financial Times, an undisclosed number of Oxycodone pills were found inside a package —… Read more »

Ellen Pao Ordered To Pay $275,966 In Failed Discrimination Lawsuit

Kleiner, Caufield, Perkins & Byers

Ellen Pao was ordered to pay $275,966 in attorney fees and court costs associated with a failed discrimination lawsuit. In 2012, Pao filed a $16 million lawsuit against her former employer, Kleiner, Caufield, Perkins & Byers. As stated in the complaint, the venture capitalist believes she was denied promotion because she is a female. During… Read more »

Trace Adkins’ Divorce Settled During Mediation

Country Music

Trace Adkins’ divorce was reportedly settled out of court, during private mediation. The country music superstar’s estranged wife, Rhonda, originally sought a $20 million settlement and full custody of their three daughters. However, the former couple eventually compromised and have reached an amicable agreement. As reported by TMZ, Rhonda originally filed for divorce in March… Read more »

NASA: Water Table Levels Are Becoming Critically Low


According to NASA, water table levels are becoming critically low — worldwide. Two studies, which were conducted by the University of California, Irvine, suggest human consumption has depleted an estimated 33 percent of the world’s largest groundwater basins. The study, which was published by Water Resource Research, examined groundwater levels of the planet’s largest aquifers…. Read more »

Journey Drummer Arrested: Deen Castronovo Charged With Domestic Assault

Deen Castronovo

Journey drummer Deen Castronovo was arrested and charged with domestic assault early Sunday morning. According to reports, the 49-year-old musician physically assaulted a member of his household. Although the identity of the victim was not revealed, the Journey drummer was previously arrested and charged with assaulting his girlfriend. In January, 2012, authorities were called to… Read more »

Mohamed Morsi: Death Sentence Upheld By Egyptian Court

Egyptian President

Mohamed Morsi’s death sentence was upheld by an Cairo, Egypt, court on Tuesday. The former Egyptian President is accused of espionage and inciting violence which resulted in death. He is further accused of facilitating the Wadi el-Natrun prison break. As reported by BBC, former President Mohamed Morsi became “Egypt’s first democratically elected president” in June,… Read more »

Adrionna Williams: Missing 2-Year-Old Found Dead In Swissvale Woods


Authorities have confirmed the body of Adrionna Williams was found in a wooded area in Swissvale, Pennsylvania, at approximately 8:00 p.m. on Sunday. The circumstances surrounding the toddler’s disappearance and death are unknown. However, an autopsy will be performed on Monday. As reported by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Adrionna’s body was discovered by an unidentified woman,… Read more »

Deleting Browser History Could Be Considered ‘Obstruction Of Justice’

Sarbanes-Oxley Act

Deleting your internet browser history may be considered obstruction of justice under an obscure Federal Securities law. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 was meant to prevent corporations from destroying documents. However, the act may also apply to the deletion of internet browser history. As reported by Sox-Online, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which was penned by Senator… Read more »

Theo Rossi: ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Star Welcomes Baby Boy

Sons of Anarchy

Theo Rossi and Meghan McDermott have announced their birth of their first child. The Sons of Anarchy star confirmed Kane Alexander Rossi was born on Monday, June 8 — weighing 7 pounds, 12 ounces. In an interview with Us Magazine, Rossi said his son was due to be born on his birthday, which was June… Read more »

2,200 Piglets Escape Overturned Semi

Baby Pigs Ohio

An estimated 2,200 piglets escaped an overturned semi in Xenia Township, Ohio. Authorities confirmed numerous agencies are working together to capture the baby pigs. However, an undisclosed number are still at large. According to reports, the tiny animals were “feeder pigs,” which are raised to market weight and sold for food production. Fox 19 News… Read more »

Kalief Browder: Wrongly Imprisoned Man Commits Suicide

Rikers Island

Kalief Browder has died in an apparent suicide — which was reportedly related to a wrongful incarceration. At the age of 16, Browder was arrested and charged with stealing a backpack. Although his bond was only $10,000, the teen spent three years at Rikers Island awaiting trial. While incarcerated, Browder reportedly spent more than 400… Read more »

Sistine Stallone Poses In ‘BDSM-Inspired’ Bikini


Sistine Stallone was recently photographed in what is being called a “BDSM-inspired” bikini top. The photograph, which is prominently displayed on Sistine’s Facebook page, has become a point of controversy, as she is only 16-years-old. The picture was taken during a weekend photoshoot, in which the teen posed with a sculpture of two men riding… Read more »

Fred Durst Wed Longtime Girlfriend Kseniya Beryazina — Three Years Ago

Limp Bizkit

Fred Durst reportedly wed longtime girlfriend Kseniya Beryazina — three years ago. According to reports, the Limp Bizkit frontman married the Ukrainian makeup artist in an intimate ceremony at a friend’s estate. Although the event was never publicly announced, Durst said he assumed everyone knew. As reported by TMZ, fans were not aware Fred Durst… Read more »

Gigantic Shark In Texas? Ancient Beast Was Over 20 Feet Long

Huge Shark Fossils

The bones of a gigantic shark were found in Texas’ Duck Creek Formation. Although the remains date back to the early Cretaceous Period, scientists believe the ancient beast was more than 20 feet long. As reported by Newsweek, the unusual bones were discovered in 2009 by Janessa A. Doucette-Frederickson, a member of the University of… Read more »

Jason Alexander Sorry For Offending Heidi Swedberg


Jason Alexander said he is sorry for offending Heidi Swedberg during a recent interview with Howard Stern. During the interview, which aired Wednesday morning, Alexander suggested Swedberg’s character was killed off Seinfield because she was simply difficult to work with. As reported by IMDB, Heidi Swedberg appeared in 28 episodes of Seinfeld between 1990 and… Read more »

Acquitted Cop Arrested: Michael Brelo Accused Of Another Assault

Michael Brelo

An acquitted cop was arrested and charged with assaulting his own brother. Four days earlier, Cleveland police Officer Michael Brelo was found not guilty in the 2012 shooting deaths of Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams. The 31-year-old man was one of 13 officers who fired more than 100 shots into the unarmed couple’s vehicle. As… Read more »

Search For Two Friends Missing From Rocklahoma Complicated By Flooding

Ben Baber and Cody Parrick

The search for two friends, who are missing from the Rocklahoma music festival, is being complicated by flood waters. Authorities confirmed that Cody Parrick and Ben Baber, both 20, have been missing for two weeks. Although little is known about the young men’s disappearance, authorities hope to find more clues when the flooding recedes. The… Read more »

Ozzy Buys $10 Million Home In Beverly Hills

Ozzy Osbourne

Ozzy Osbourne purchased a $10 million mansion in Beverly Hills. Although he sold his previous home in 2013, the iconic singer and his wife spent the last two years renting other people’s homes. Ozzy’s newly purchased 5,680-square-foot mansion sits on a 17.760-square-foot lot, which is surrounded by wild rose and English ivy gardens. In 2013,… Read more »

Stephen Hawking ‘Would Consider Assisted Suicide’

Assisted Suicide

In a recent interview, Stephen Hawking admitted he “would consider assisted suicide” — under certain circumstances. At the age of 21, the physicist was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Although he has been confined to a wheelchair since 1969, Hawking remains one of the most brilliant scientists in the… Read more »

Val Kilmer Frail? Actor Denies Cancer Rumors

Val Kilmer Cancer

Val Kilmer’s frail appearance has fueled rumors that the actor is suffering with throat cancer. On Sunday, Kilmer was photographed walking into church. As he appeared to be exceptionally thin, and his neck was covered with several scarves, fans are concerned about his overall health. In a January 31 Facebook post, Kilmer admittedly spent time… Read more »

Tropical Storm Blanca Strengthens, Threatens Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas

Tropical Storm Blanca continues to strengthen as is approaches the coast of Cabo San Lucas. Although there are no current watches or warnings, the powerful storm is expected to be upgraded to a hurricane within the next 48 hours. As reported by the National Weather Service National Hurricane Canter, Tropical Storm Blanca currently has maximum… Read more »

Marsupials Mating: Antechinus Mass Die Off Linked To Suicidal Sex Ritual


A marsupial’s mating ritual is blamed for contributing to an alarming reduction in the species’ numbers. Researchers with the Queensland, Australia, University of Technology found Dusky Antechinus’ routinely participate in marathon mating rituals — which often end in death. Dr. Andrew Baker, who led the study, said the marsupials’ mating marathons can last several weeks,… Read more »

Elizabeth Smart Welcomes Baby Girl

Human Trafficking

Elizabeth Smart reportedly had a baby girl in March. At the age of 14, Elizabeth made headlines when she was abducted at gunpoint from her Salt Lake City, Utah, bedroom. Nine months later, she was found — less than 20 miles from her home. #ElizabethSmart, Kidnapping Survivor, Gave Birth to Baby Girl —… Read more »

McDonald’s Makes Changes To Food Preparation

Fast Food

McDonald’s is set to make changes to their food preparation techniques in an effort to increase customer satisfaction and and sales. During Wednesday’s Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference, CEO Steve Easterbrook confirmed the changes include several “little things,” which are expected to make some “big differences.” Although he did not discuss specific details, Easterbrook said McDonald’s… Read more »

Woman Dies After Fall From Fair Attraction

San Bernardino County fair

A woman has died after a fall from a county fair attraction. California authorities confirmed 31-year-old Sabrina Gordon sustained critical injuries in a fall from a 36-foot platform at the San Bernardino County fair. Although she was transported to a local hospital for treatment, Gordon was later pronounced dead. The accident occurred on the FreeDrop… Read more »

Investment Banker Jumps To His Death From Manhattan Luxury Apartment

Thomas J. Hughes

An investment banker jumped to his death from a luxury apartment building in Manhattan. Authorities confirmed Thomas J. Hughes was 29-years-old. Witnesses said the investment banker jumped from a window on the 24th floor of the Ocean Luxury Residences. The incident is still under investigation. However, authorities believe Hughes committed suicide from the window of… Read more »