Utahn had sexual relationship with teen she was asked to mentor, charges say

A court-appointed mentor to a teenage girl has been charged with sexually assaulting the girl. Stock image SALT LAKE CITY — A court-appointed mentor to a teenage girl has been charged with sexually assaulting the girl. Antonette Raina Ruiz, 26, of Draper, was charged Wednesday in 3rd District Court with four counts of object rape, a first-degree felony; four counts of enticing a minor, a second-degree felony; and obstructing justice, a third-degree felony. A $750,000 warrant was issued for her arrest. Ruiz was appointed by the 3rd District Juvenile Court as a mentor to work with a girl who was 15 …read more Source:: Deseret News – Utah News       

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Gretchen Rossi Slams Mom Shamers: You Can All Suck It!

The Real Housewives of Orange County alum Gretchen Rossi has finally revealed photos of her newborn Skylar Gray Smiley (what a cute name!) a week after her birth. But before the precious baby girl made her big debut, people were not too happy with the fact that Gretchen took way too long to share her with the world. Ok … the woman is 40, this is her first pregnancy, and she just underwent a c-section, give her a break! But unfortunately, we all know that’s just not how haters roll … “I got back on my social today for the first time in six days after having major abdominal surgery… Read More

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YouTube Music now lets you flip between a song and its music video with a tap

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge YouTube Music has introduced a neat little feature that lets users flip between listening to a song to watching that song’s music video without any interruption. If a video is available, the top of the app’s screen will now have two buttons that say “song” and “video.” Tapping video should switch over to the song’s official music video without any hiccups or pauses. Then, tapping song reverts back to just the audio and the song’s cover art. It’s all time-matched, so switching in the middle of a song will jump to the corresponding point in the video. If you want to stick to… Read More

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You can now sleep in these spaceship-inspired Airbnbs for just $11 a night and feel like a real astronaut

You can celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing by spending time in a spaceship of your own. Airbnb is offering guests a chance to stay in spaceship-style homes for just $11 in honor of Apollo 11. You can book the Airbnb’s starting between 8 and 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 20 for weekends in August, September, October, and November. Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more stories. Fifty years ago on Saturday, July 20, Neil Armstrong took “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” and became the first man to step foot on the moon. Half a century later, you can celebrate the monumental accomplishment by spending… Read More

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7 Summer Accessories That Can Save Even The Most Blah Outfit

Last weekend in It Happened To Me: I arrived to dinner wearing the same red, star-printed wrap dress as the friend I was meeting. When we all shop at the same stores, it’s bound to happen every now and then, right? Especially in the warm weather when we’ve got fewer layering opportunities to help differentiate our looks. The key to making our summer outfits stand out from the rest, then, comes down to one category: accessories. We’re not just talking about any old finishing touches — we’re talking boundary-pushing, totally unique bags, jewelry, and shades that can take any look from zero to 60 real quick. Think: light-adaptive Transitions lenses… Read More

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A cofounder of NPM, a startup that 11 million developers rely on, has resigned in the wake of a period of employee unrest

Co-founder Laurie Voss has resigned from the developer startup NPM, he announced Thursday. Voss served as the chief data officer, and most recently represented NPM at two developer conferences. In his blog post, Voss said that NPM’s paid products have “tens of thousands of happy users,” and that the revenue from those businesses are enough to finance the company’s “core operations.” NPM co-founder Isaac Schlueter, who was the CEO until he was replaced by Bryan Bogensberger, remains as the company’s chief product officer. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Laurie Voss, co-founder of NPM, a startup that provides crucial tools to 11 million developers, has resigned from the company,… Read More

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A high school gave 336 students fake AP exams when the district didn’t have funding to pay for the real ones. Students didn’t find out until real scores were posted online.

Mainland High School in Volusia County, Florida, gave 336 students fake Advanced Placement exams because the district didn’t have funds to pay for the real thing. Exams for the AP Seminar course cost $142 each, and the district couldn’t pay $58,788 to cover all of the exams. Instead, 336 of the students were given last year’s exam, while 78 students were given the official 2019 exam, costing the district only $11,000. Students didn’t know the exam was fake until after real AP scores were posted online, according to Click Orlando. Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more stories. Officials in a Florida school district were reprimanded after 336 high school students were… Read More

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Natalie Portman Nails Summer Hair Color With Fresh Blonde Highlights

This time of year, it feels like everyone’s hair is a few shades lighter. It’s not just you, your best friend, and the cute towheaded toddlers splashing in the water at the beach: Everyone in L.A. also seems to be slowly ticking A post shared by Natalie Portman (@natalieportman) on Jul 17, 2019 at 2:11am PDT With an of-the-moment cut topped with the perfect summer color, Portman has effectively made the case for breaking away from the heat and spending your next Saturday afternoon in the salon chair. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here? Meet The Woman Christina Aguilera Relies On For Flawless Hair… Read More

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