Richarlison volleys Djibril Sidibe's cross under Alex McCarthy and into the Southampton net to put the Toffees in front 2-1 at St. Mary's.
A nasty video is going viral. In it, a woman licks a tub of Blue Bell ice cream and puts it back in the freezer of a grocery store in what appears to be a dare. The woman is giddy as she does the unthinkable. The video has racked up more than 10 million views. In a statement, Blue Bell said, "This type of incident will not be tolerated," adding that the company is working with law enforcement to find the culprit. In some states, tampering with food could lead to a felony charge. The CFO of the Trump Organization could testify in front of the House Intelligence Committee as the panel calls several Trump-connected witnesses - including another round with President Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen. Ali Velshi is joined by former Federal Prosecutor for the Southern District of New York Arianna Berg and Washington Post Senior Editor Marc Fisher to discuss what lawmakers could be looking for. Sonia Mongol is demanding answers after she said her 8-year-old son was denied permission to use the bathroom by his teacher and instead told to urinate in a trash can in front of his classmates at Manhattan Place Elementary School in Los Angeles. Mongol said the incident happened in November, adding that her son was also forced to wear a black trash bag over his urine-soaked clothing. The district said in a statement it is conducting an administrative investigation in collaboration with law enforcement. Taylor Swift took selfies with fans after making a surprise appearance at her mural in Nashville.
Rumors had drawn hundreds of Taylor Swift fans to Nashville's Gulch neighborhood Thursday morning after a mural linked to Swift that debuted last week got an update, potentially linked to Swift's mysterious social media countdown teasing a surprise coming Friday, April 26.
Just before noon, Swift appeared in a two-piece lilac outfit and posed in front of the mural before taking photos with fans.
Earlier in the morning, two artists had added the word "ME!" to the mural, a colorful, building-tall set of wings from street artist Kelsey Montague that appeared last week.