By Cherae Hunt |Staff Writer|

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Missouri speaker admits to having sexual relationship with teen intern

John Diehl, Missouri Speaker of the House, has admitted to having a sexual relationship with a teen intern after text messages were leaked to the media.

After a month of denial he admitted to the affair and the text messages on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 with a statement where he takes full responsibility for his actions.

The internship was not only cancelled for the Diehl intern but also for all the students in the internship according to The Kansas City Star.



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Paid service can end relationship for you

There is a service in Australia that can break up with your significant other for you, if you have difficulty doing it according to

“People don’t like the confrontation. People are scared of it. It’s a much needed service because it takes the fear out of breaking up,” said the creator of the service, Kristy Mazins.

There are different packages from a simple text message to actually sending a person to break up the relationship via telegram.

“The service isn’t in the U.S. yet but it is on its way,” said Mazins.

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Atomic Wedgie Leads to Death of father

Brad Davis from Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, pleaded guilty to killing his stepfather by giving him an atomic wedgie.

Prosecutors are pushing for a 35-year sentence, according to the report by ABC 7 Eyewitness News.

Davis’ mother said that the incident was a result of a drunken fight between father and son.


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Hackers use Starbucks app to rob people blind

Hackers are stealing money from bank accounts, credit cards, and PayPal accounts using the Starbucks App.

They break into a victim’s Starbucks account online, add a new gift card, transfer funds over and repeat the process every time the original card reloads, according to an article by Jose Pagliery on

Starbucks stated the hacking is not due to weak app security, but to poor customer password protection within their account.

“Hearing about this I will never pay with my Starbucks App again. Hackers are too smart nowadays,” said student Daniella Sanchez.

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