The 25-year-old son of legendary women's basketball coach Pat Summitt, Louisiana Tech women's coach Tyler Summitt, has resigned from the position after allegedly getting one of his players pregnant. Tyler Summitt, who is married, cited an "inappropriate relationship" in his resignation. Deadspin reports, "Very specific rumors of what forced Summitt's resignation are out there, if you want them. But in the absence of credible reports, Summitt's ignominious exit merely underlines how ridiculous his initial hiring was."
A Van Nuys, California, father has been charged with leaving his nine-month-old girl in his car for an hour during a daytime visit to a strip club, prosecutors said. Auwin Dargin, 24, pleaded not guilty Monday to one count of child abuse, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. If convicted of the charges, Dargin faces up to six years in prison, prosecutor said. The baby was found inside the car only after Matthew Nadeau, an assistant manager at Synn Gentleman's Club in North Hills, heard her cries. read more
In a move that will cost the city hundreds of jobs, PayPal on Tuesday scrapped plans for a new Charlotte operations center in the most dramatic corporate response yet to a new North Carolina law that limits the legal protections of LGBT individuals. The payment processor's decision led to renewed calls for Republican Gov. Pat McCrory and the state legislature to overturn a law that has drawn criticism from big companies such as Bank of America and American Airlines as well as sports organizations such as the NBA. read more
"Since launching his campaign, Trump has shown a lack of understanding on a wide range of military, foreign policy and domestic issues, serving up a trifecta of idiocy."
"PayPal says it's canceling plans to bring 400 jobs to North Carolina after lawmakers passed a law that restricts protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
The San Jose-based company said Tuesday it was canceling its planned expansion in Charlotte because of the law, which was signed March 23. Republican Gov. Pat McCrory was on hand to celebrate days earlier when PayPal announced plans to hire about 400 people at a new operation center in Charlotte."