According to a story in the Washington City Paper, D.C. has an epidemic of sex in restaurant bathrooms. Yes, you read that correctly. When not making policy or keeping our democracy afloat the citizens of D.C. are apparently doing the dirty in the W.C.
The town's restaurant restroom nookie culture is apparently so well known that in a recent "Best of D.C." poll, the paper asked readers for "Best Bathrooms to Bang in" suggestions.
There was a time when Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools system was one of the most diverse in North Carolina.
That time has come and gone.
Forsyth County's public schools now look a lot like the neighborhoods they're built in -- some of the most segregated in the country. Last week, the Journal looked at the choice plan that created those divisions. Now, we look at the ramifications those choices are having on some of Forsyth County's students.
Groups from as far away as New Hampshire are riding out to Nevada to join the cattle rancher whose standoff with the federal government is growing tenser by the day. The groups said they were going to the ranch, some 80 miles north of Las Vegas to stand with Cliven Bundy, who property is surrounded by federal agents. Bundy's herd, which once numbered nearly 1,000, is being thinned out by private contractors under the watch of dozens of armed federal agents in SUVs and helicopters, the government says, he has refused for two decades to pay fees to allow the cattle to graze on federal lands.
Chanetrice Carter, a server at the Glen Allen, Virginia IHOP was overjoyed when she received a huge $200 tip, but never thought it would lead to her termination.
As reported by WWBT 12 On Your Side, Carter was called into a closed-door meeting with her IHOP manager a week after she received the large tip. "He said, 'That's his handwriting. That's his signature.' But he only meant to write down $2.00. He didn't mean to write down $200.00," Carter recounted. She said that the manager then told her, "'You have seven days to pay it back or else.'"
A man has been arrested for breaking into an Illinois home and raping a four-year-old girl.
Police say they found Demetrio Campbell, 27, smoking a cigarette in a closet of the Calumet Park home after kicking down the front door and assaulting the girl.
Campbell allegedly tried to lure the girl and her seven-year-old sister as they played outside the home on Sunday, but they ran inside and locked the door.
According to the Chicago Tribune, the convicted felon began banging on the door demanding to be let in. He eventually kicked in the door and entered the home.