CONCORD, N.H. — The 16-year-old girl sat on the witness stand, her hair pulled back. She tried to speak steadily as she told a jury about the night when a ritual at St. Paul’s — an elite boarding school here — turned into what she described as a shocking sexual assault.
CONCORD, N.H. — Owen Labrie, a senior at the St. Paul’s School, made up a list of potential girls for his “senior salute” — a school ritual in which older students proposition younger ones for as much intimacy as they can get away with: a kiss, touching, or more.
Jared Fogle, the former pitchman for Subway sandwich restaurants, notified a federal court on Wednesday that he would plead guilty to sex acts with minors and distribution of child pornography.
A raid at the home of Subway pitchman Jared Fogle has led to both sides agreeing to suspend their relationship, and put a spotlight on Fogle's ties to the former head of a foundation he created to fight childhood obesity.
He was a senior and she was 15 when he allegedly raped her on the roof of a school building last spring. At the elite St. Paul’s School in Concord, N.H., which boasts a century and a half of famous alumni and a vast, bucolic campus that would put many colleges to shame, this was a different, sordid kind of tradition.
Hospitals in the Chinese port of Tianjin are struggling to cope with casualties as the death toll continues to rise from two massive explosions which rocked the city's vast industrial district late last night.
Sodium cyanide has been found in drainage outlets and in underground pipes at the scene of an explosion at a dangerous chemicals warehouse in the Binhai New Area of Tianjin late Wednesday, reports our Chinese-language sister paper Want Daily.
Tianjin Big Bang: At Least 1400 Deaths of More Than 700 Families of the Missing Row Press Conference
[Exclusive] UBM agency Xinhua get exclusive inside information: Tianjin incomplete explosion death toll has reached more than 1,400. As many missing persons are still unaccounted for, their families today kicked official press conference.
Tianjin, China (CNN) A series of huge explosions shook the northern Chinese city of Tianjin late Wednesday, killing at least 44 people and injuring hundreds more, according to officials and state media.