Police are issuing fake warnings of meth tainted with coronavirus. Public health experts say please stop now.
Public health experts want them to just stop.washingtonpost.com
What Taylor Swift wants you to see in ‘The Man,’ her gender-bending takedown of the patriarchy
Swift uses Tyler to skewer toxic masculinity and double standards while airing personal grievances with an industry that has often subjected her to intense scrutiny.washingtonpost.com
An autistic boy was denied First Communion because he can’t tell right from wrong, his family says
Jimmy and Nicole LaCugna say that church leaders told them that their son, Anthony, was ineligible because he couldn't tell right from wrong.washingtonpost.com
She said her husband drowned during a romantic getaway. Police say she killed him.
The coroner says he died of a massive Benadryl overdose. Now, his wife, Lori Isenberg, is charged with killing him on Lake Coeur d'Alene.washingtonpost.com
‘We’re definitely all going to die’: Late-night hosts roast Trump’s coronavirus response
“Trump is great for jokes, but in times of crisis, Trump is the worst person to reassure the nation,” Trevor Noah said on his Comedy Central show Wednesday night.washingtonpost.com
A hearse with a woman’s body was stolen outside a church. Police are pleading for its return.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department announced that a casket with a corpse inside was taken as part of a car theft in unincorporated Pasadena, Calif.washingtonpost.com
A middle school requires kids to dance with anyone who asks. One mom is fighting for her daughter’s right to say ‘no.’
For weeks, 11-year-old Azlyn buzzed with excitement for the Valentine’s Day dance at her Utah middle school. But her enthusiasm waned when a boy who made her feel uncomfortable asked her to share a slow dance.washingtonpost.com
She claimed her boyfriend died after climbing into a suitcase as a joke. But police say she ignored his cries for help.
Sarah Boone, 42, allegedly told her boyfriend to shut up as he told her that he couldn't breathe.washingtonpost.com