BHOPAL:A message from her friend on her Facebook messenger gave Anjali (name changed) — a student pursuing engineering from a reputed college in Bhopal, a shock of her life. The hacker, posing as her friend, a student of SGSITS College in Indore — wrote she received a friend request from a fake Facebook account opened
The Chinese city of Chengdu is attempting to r eplace electricity-powered streetlights and the Earth's moon with an artificial moon to help illuminate nighttime in China's Sichuan province on Thursday, according to Yahoo News. The People's Daily Online reported the chairman of the Chengdu Aerospace Science and Technology Microelectronics System Research Institute Co. Wu Chunfeng first posited the idea this week. Wu did not offer many specifics on the plan but said the "illumination satellite"
Actor Ross Butler has denied taking part in a supposed nefarious plot to kidnap and murder Frances Bean Cobain’s ex-husband Isaiah Silva in order to steal a highly sought-after guitar that used to belong to rock legend Kurt Cobain.
A Michigan woman said a Meijer's pharmacist refused to provide her medication which was provided to treat her miscarriage while claiming it was against his religious beliefs, according to NBC News. The Michigan branch of the American Civil Liberties Union sent a letter of complaint to the regional supermarket chain which asked the company to require pharmacists to fill patients' prescriptions as written, regardless of the individual pharmacists' beliefs. The woman, Rachel Peterson, said she was
A second jury failed to unanimously decide whether Quinton Tellis is guilty of killing 19-year-old Jessica Chambers nearly four years ago. The case began on December 6, 2014 in Courtland, Mississippi. First responders found Chambers walking toward them from a wooded area 30 to 40 feet from her burning car. More than 93 percent of her body was covered in second and third-degree burns. Chambers would die at a Memphis hospital six hours later.
An Ohio woman has been arrested and returned to Pennsylvania to face charges she created pornographic images of her own 3-year-old daughter. Kayla Parker, 26, of Dayton was charged with sexual abuse, exploitation of children and other offenses, according to Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, who announced the arrest on Tuesday.