Mack Beggs could win a Texas state wrestling title on Saturday. Beggs won two matches on Friday to advance to Saturday's semifinals, moving him within two victories of a gold medal. Beggs' family has said he would rather be wrestling boys.
Law enforcement alleges otherwise: Officials say Mike Ulmer, 53, picked up the victim, 18, from Chester County High School on Feb. 16 and brought her to his home in Henderson, Tennessee. Ulmer serves as a pastor at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Henderson, and court records show the victim was paid to clean his house.
What would your answer be for “Final Jeopardy” if you knew you had already won? That was the context for Lilly Chin, a student at MIT who was playing on Jeopardy’s two-day college championship. Her competitors were from Stanford and the Naval Academy, and smart they were. But by the time Final Jeopardy rolled around at the end of the second episode, Chin had done the math saw she couldn’t lose. So she bet zero dollars. And her Final Jeopardy answer was the stuff of trends and memes. “Who is the spiciest memelord?” That, of course, needs explanation, which she provided. “It was mostly a shoutout for my friends at home,” she said. “They watch meme videos all the time, and they’ll like it a lot.”