Essentially, it was a "refusal to tweet" that landed the manager for the teen pop sensation behind bars.Continue »
Recently, the Philadelphia-based 3rd U.S. District Court of Appeals ruled that a prosecutor could not pursue felony charges against a teenage girl who appeared in racy photographs that made their way around her high school in 2008.Continue »
Thirty-two years later, prosecutors announced the arrests of two men and disclosed the victims' gruesome fate: The boys were allegedly herded at gunpoint into an abandoned building in a dispute over missing drugs, and burned to death in a blaze that obliterated nearly all evidence.Continue »
Users must be 16-years-old or older to chat, and sex and nudity are prohibited; however, chances are that if you've used the site, you've run across multiple examples of those rules being broken.Continue »
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. (CBS/AP) Why didn't anyone warn police that a boy was allegedly planning to brutally attack Josie Lou Ratley?
The suspect in the brutal beating of 15-year-old Josie Lou Ratley, ninth-grader Wayne Treacy, allegedly sent text messages telling his friends what he planned to do to the girl, but nobody warned the police.
The man testified in court in Portland, Ore., that at first he worshipped Timur Dykes because he knew everything about the woods, was an expert mountain climber, and goofed around just like a kid.Continue »