A Person Behind An Anti-Vax Instagram Account Has Been Charged With Selling Fake COVID Vaccine Cards
Jasmine Clifford allegedly sold the cards for $200 through her Instagram account.
Janae Gagnier, known as Miss Mercedes Morr on social media, was found dead in Texas after police responded to a welfare check.
“My brother was my hero, and I know he is watching over my family in our time of grief."
The challenge has already been banned from TikTok.
After Black Lives Matter protests broke out across the country, sororities promised to do better for their Black members. But many believe the sentiments are hollow.
"You're ultimately hoping that your commands will be complied with, and unfortunately they were not," Michael Byrd told NBC's Lester Holt in his first interview.
Someone reported that a sexual assault had occurred Monday night. Soon, thousands gathered to protest.
High School Football Players Sexually Assaulted Younger Teens For A Hazing Ritual, Parents Allege In A Lawsuit
The lawsuit alleges older football players sexually assaulted incoming teammates with broomsticks, and that coaches knew about the hazing ritual.
"I am going to have to rebuild everything from scratch if OnlyFans kicks sex workers and lewd creators off the platform."
The new policy takes effect Oct. 1.
Lightning Lane, which costs up to $20, will replace the free FastPass this fall.
Some related hashtags have more than 28 million views.
Many of the outbreaks at recently opened schools have occurred in states with relatively low vaccination rates.
“Not all friendships last forever and I guess this is where ours ended.”
This comes months after the church, which has locations around the world and celebrity members, fired its star pastor Carl Lentz for cheating on his wife.
He was allegedly paid more than $12,000 while on leave, during which he went on a resort vacation.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson pardoned Mark and Patricia McCloskey after they pleaded guilty to misdemeanors.
"Social media moves so fast that people want to demolish you before you even have the opportunity to grow, educate, and learn from your mistakes."
The dance blew up as millions of people, including Megan Thee Stallion herself, posted their version of it on social media last year.
Police are appealing for witnesses after gunfire broke out at a screening of The Forever Purge.