Transracial adoptions are more common than you think.
Taylor, who has pleaded not guilty to the charges, faces up to eight years in prison if convicted, Salon reports. Her lawyer, Benjamin Taylor, said Tuesday at a news conference that he had scheduled an appointment with Montgomery to discuss dropping the charges. And on Tuesday, a Change.org petition with 12,000 names calling for Montgomery to drop the charges was delivered to his Phoenix office.
In Tehran’s Evin prison, “Around 100 riot police, accompanied by Revolutionary Guards and Intelligence Ministry officials in civilian dress, began a major inspection of the cells in Section 350, where political prisoners are held, at around 9 a.m. yesterday,” Reporters Without Borders said Friday. “Dozens of detainees were beaten and then placed in solitary confinement in Security Section 240, regardless of their injuries. They included journalists and bloggers such as Mohammad Sadegh Kabovand, Hossein Ronaghi Malki, Mohammad Davari, Said Matinpour, Siamak Qaderi, Said Haeri and Yashar Darolshafa. . . .”
Wedding bells are ahead now that 90s icons Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg are engaged.
McCarthy, a TV host and former Playboy model, and Wahlberg, an actor and member of New Kids on the Block, announced their engagement on “The View,” according to E! News. After the engagement was announced, “The View” host Barbara Walters offered up her New York City apartment as a potential wedding venue.
Now that the celebrity duo is heading down the aisle, here are three legal tips for their pending nuptials.
A 79-year-old substitute teacher from New Hampshire was fired after she refused to “unfriend” her students on Facebook.
Carol Thebarge had been teaching in the Claremont, New Hampshire school district for more than 30 years when she was apparently given an ultimatum from school officials to delete her students as Facebook friends or face termination, according to New Hampshire’s WMUR9-TV.
School administrators don’t argue that Thebarge was a good teacher, but written school policies forced them to let her go.
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