These guys were SO creative about their drug ring they even had a name for it!
They called it the Main Line Take-Over Project, and their plans worked… for a while. The law eventually caught up with them, as it always does — and that's great news, because they targeted schools and teens.
25-year-old Neil Scott and 18-year-old Timothy Brooks were in the business of supplying drugs - mainly marijuana - to almost all of the public and private schools on the Main Line which describes a region of Philadelphia suburban towns in Pennsylvania.
Apparently Mr. Scott was shipping large amounts of marijuana from
Every parent wants the best for their child, and now they can start enriching their minds as early as three months old!
Explore+Discovery is a new baby school in Gramercy Park in Manhattan, and it will only cost you $33,429 to send your kid there!
Wait, what?! That’s more than some colleges!
But it’s totally worth it because
This sounds like the most American thing anyone could ever do as a teen, but that hasn't stopped his school from dropping the punishment hammer!
An 18-year-old student, Patrick Farves, was preparing to ask reigning champ Miss America Nina Davuluri out to his senior prom when Pennsylvania school officials at Central York High School told him he was NOT allowed to ask that particular question.
Nina Davuluri was at the school to discuss questions related to the importance of subjects such as science, technology, and math.
Following his heart rather than his brain, Patrick asked the question anyway, and was subsequently
He ain't down! And we're SO disappointed in him!
Jelly Belly Chairman Herman Rowland Sr. wants to put a stop to the School Success and Opportunity Act which was a landmark California bill that gave transgender students from grades K-12 the right to choose programs and bathroom facilities based on their gender identity.
However this yellow belly Jelly Belly chairman donated a whopping $5,000 to the Privacy Of All Students campaign which wants to
Francis Schmidt, a popular professor at Bergen Community College in NJ, was suspended for the dumbest reason we've ever heard.
He shared a photo of his super cute daughter on Google+ (imagine that!), and in it she was laying down in an oversized Game Of Thrones shirt.
The shirt read:
This show looks like so much fun!!
MTV's newest show Faking It is set to premiere next week and we can't WAIT to see it!
If you're like us and anxiously excited to watch, then have we got a treat for you! We've got an EXCLUSIVE clip of the show for you which also happens to show one of the hunky stars of the show, Gregg Sulkin!
Ch-ch-check out the clip (above) to see just how the main characters Karma and Amy end up on the quest for homecoming queen!
We LOVE that this high school is so accepting of the two lesbians, playing by Rita Volk and Katie Stevens, even if they are…Faking It!
Tune in to the premiere on April 22nd if you want to see what other shenanigans these two will get up to!!