Whoa: two girls at a middle school in central Florida have been accused of waiting in a bathroom in order to overpower at least 15 smaller students, killing them with knives and drinking their blood. (Their alleged plot was foiled.)
An 87-year-old NJ resident fell and broke his hip while going to the store to buy a Mega Millions ticket—hospital workers added him to their pool of tickets, and they ended up winning $1 million altogether.
The Times has a long, detailed story about how Google protected Andy Rubin, creator of the Android, and paid him $90 million despite being credibly accused of sexual misconduct.
Former State Senate majority leader Dean Skelos was sentenced to four years and three months in prison.
The Outline writes about the fuzzy ethics of nonstop news consumption.
Michael Avenatti is apparently serious about running for president despite no one wanting that, especially after he said this: "When you have a white male making the arguments, they carry more weight," he said. "Should they carry more weight? Absolutely not. But do they? Yes."
Caitlyn Jenner apologized for supporting Trump in an op-ed for the Washington Post: "I was wrong [about Trump]...The reality is that the trans community is being relentlessly attacked by this president."