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Who Is Osmariel Villalobos? Meet 'The Bachelor' Alum Juan Pablo Galavis' New Girlfriend

International Business Times

Former "The Bachelor" star Juan Pablo Galavis has found new love in Venezuelan model and TV host Osmariel Villalobos. Galavis told PEOPLE that he first saw Villalobos in a friend's photo. He asked who she was, and his friend told him, "If you meet her in real life, you'll die. Curious, Galavis followed her on Instagram. He did not think much of her after that, but after she posted an adorable video of herself dancing with her nephew on May 13, Galavis cannot help but approach her.


Police: Man who clashed with North Dakota officer arrested

FOX News

BISMARCK, N.D. – A man accused of trying to hit a police officer with his vehicle in North Dakota has been arrested.


Google's bigger I/O attracts more women, minorities

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

SAN FRANCISCO -- Google's annual conference for software developers looks a lot like Google itself: Mostly male, white and Asian. Unwilling to accept the status quo, the tech giant is leading the charge to shake up the lopsided demographics of tech conferences and, at I/O, Google says it's making progress in closing the gender and racial gap. The percentages of women and minorities attending the developers conference have not budged much since last year, but the numbers have, Google says. Women account for 23% of conference goers, same as last year, but I/O is 25% bigger, according to Google. Women accounted for 16% of attendees in 2014 and 8% in 2013.


Google I/O works to close race, gender gap

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

SAN FRANCISCO -- Google's annual conference for software developers looks a lot like Google itself: Mostly male, white and Asian. The tech giant is leading the charge to shake up the lopsided demographics of tech conferences and, at I/O, Google says it's making progress in closing the gender and racial gap. The percentages of women and minorities attending the developers conference have not budged much since last year, but the numbers have, Google says. Women account for 23% of conference goers, same as last year, but I/O is 25% bigger, according to Google. Women accounted for 16% of attendees in 2014 and 8% in 2013.


Former CEO of CalPERS is sentenced to prison for his 'spectacular breach of trust'

Los Angeles Times

A federal judge Tuesday sentenced the former head of the California Public Employees' Retirement System to 4 1/2 years in prison after the former chief executive acknowledged accepting more than 200,000 in bribes and trying to steer investments to help an associate. Senior U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer called the case against Federico Buenrostro Jr., head of the nation's largest public pension fund, "seriously troubling" and said it reflected a "spectacular breach of trust for the most venal of purposes, which is self-enrichment." Buenrostro pleaded guilty to fraud and bribery charges two years ago, saying he started taking bribes around 2005 to try to get CalPERS staff members to make investment decisions that helped Alfred Villalobos, an investment manager and former board member of the pension fund. Buenrostro said he accepted cash and a trip around the world and allowed Villalobos to pay for his wedding in Lake Tahoe. Villalobos killed himself last year, weeks before he was set to go on trial.