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A woman dubbed the “Black Madam” was arrested Wednesday evening at a so-called “pumping party” in Philadelphia, where she was reportedly planning to perform illegal butt-enhancement procedures. She was then charged with aggravated assault in connection with a previous “butt pumping” incident. WCAU-TV’s Rosemary Connors reports.
James Hooker — the 41-year-old married father who left his wife and kids for his 18-year-old-student — might be the worst teacher ever. Last week, he resigned from his job at Enochs High School in Modesto, California over the scandal that’s shaken up a community and pit one mom on a crusade to save her daughter from a man she calls a “master manipulator.”
There’s a growing competitive yoga movement in this country—there are national championships this weekend in New York—and a push to make it an Olympic event. The Associated Press ran a widely-disseminated feature on this the other day, and the suggestion freaks some folks out, since yoga-for-medals sounds antithetical to what yoga supposedly is. On the other side, sports bars may hesitate to flip the big screen over to a yoga final.
Ricardo Sergio Freire de Barros, 41, was arrested in the northeastern city of Recife and charged with using false documents and forgery, police said. He also was carrying identification documents belonging to other persons. A copy of the forged document released by police shows a photo of Nicholson’s face next to the signature of “Joao Pedro dos Santos” and a fingerprint.
Cats may not be man’s best friend, but they’re arguably something even better: man’s key to instant Internet pageviews. It’s a long-established fact that Internet content—whether it’s a cutesy video, a photoshopped inside joke, or a longform public health article—has a better chance of achieving coveted “viral” status if it somehow evokes the sound of purring.
Contrary to popular belief, healthy seniors have no problem getting a good night’s rest, a large new study shows. In fact, researchers found that many seniors actually report better sleep than your average 20- and 30-somethings, according to the study published Thursday in the journal Sleep.