• Twin sisters Amanda and Sara Eldritch, 33, with OCD were found dead in what police are calling a "suicide pact." According to Sgt. Megan Richards of the Fremont County Sheriff's Office in Canon City, Colo., "The scene did not show a struggle, or that one woman was held against her will." 

  • A 20-year-old New Jersey man was bound and shot dead while trying to buy a PlayStation for his younger brother, according to authorities. Danny Diaz-Delgado, 20, of Trenton, was found dead at the embankment of a creek in nearby Hamilton on March 24, according to the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office and a police affidavit. A cut power cord was tied around his wrists, which were bound behind his back, and he had duct tape around his neck and mouth, the affidavit said.

  • Thanks to the support of the Internet, Shelby Johnson shed a hefty 180 pounds of man.

  • On Wednesday, a court in New York permitted the release of the full settlement agreements reached by former Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly and multiple women who have accused him of sexual harassment.  The former talk show host had been fighting to keep the full settlements sealed. “O’Reilly only refers to generalized ‘privacy interests,’ ‘embarrassing conduct,’ and the overarching policy goals of maintaining confidentiality in private agreements,” said U.S. District Judge Deborah A. Batts in her decision denying his request. “O’Reilly has failed to present compelling countervailing factors that could overcome the presumption of public access to the agreements in question.”  Last year, the

  • Trump wants National Guard troops sent to the Mexican border as his effort to build an impenetrable wall stalls because his administration is struggling to secure enough funds from Congress or other sources. In a presidential memorandum authorizing the request of deployment of Guards to the border, Trump says U.S. security is "imperiled by a drastic surge of illegal activity", in particular drug trafficking by gangs and unlawful immigration.

  • A rude woman hoping to buy cupcakes at a bakery apparently didn't get the sweet treats she came for, but she did get a heaping helping of karma. Unfortunately for her, an admirably petty young woman named Vega Blossom says she was in front of her in line at that bakery, as Blossom, a Starbucks barista, recounts in a since viral Facebook post. The two women reportedly were (separately) waiting in line to buy baked goods in Valparaiso, Indiana while another customer in front of them "took FOREVER" with their purchase. When that customer finished and left, Blossom says, the woman behind Blossom, who had been "really impatient and rudly (sic) talking about it," suddenly redirected her anger at Blossom.

  • When survivors of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting returned to classes