When Emily Grover was named homecoming queen, the school accused her and her mom of hacking students’ accounts to cast votes. They face hefty sentences—but say they’ve been framed.
Natalie O’Neill is a journalist living in Portland, Oregon. She has previously been a staff reporter at the New York Post and has written for VICE, Playboy and Eater.
As Oregon votes on legalizing magic mushrooms as a mental health treatment, shroom devotees tell us how psilocybin changed their lives forever.
Henry Lee testified in some of America’s biggest murder cases, from O.J. Simpson to JonBenet. But he’s been accused of botching evidence in multiple trials.
One mom vented: ‘Honestly what is wrong with people? Let’s eradicate a disease—but then bring it back just for fun because we’re a stupid society!’
“We oversaturated the market on every level."
Jim Hayes won the jackpot of a lifetime and spent big on Lamborghinis and Vegas gambling trips. Then his life went south and he turned to crime.