Was this body search for a stolen Rolex illegal?, and more

The lawyer for a Las Vegas masseuse accused of stealing a client’s Rolex and hiding it in her vagina says the watch was found illegally and should be barred from evidence.

Was this body search for a stolen Rolex illegal?

The lawyer for a Las Vegas masseuse accused of stealing a client’s Rolex and hiding it in her vagina says the watch was found illegally and should be barred from evidence. Christine Lafave, 25, was arrested after doctors removed the watch at a hospital. Her lawyer says the hospital staff improperly used “equipment to conduct an invasive procedure.

Applicants have better luck with Yale than Walmart

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New college admissions statistics reveal that it’s easier to get into an Ivy League college than to land a job at Walmart or Google. The eight Ivy schools accepted just 8.9 percent of applicants last year. But a Washington, D.C., Walmart hired just 2.6 percent of 23,000 job seekers when it opened in 2013. Google, meanwhile, hires just 0.5 percent of applicants.

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