- U.S. HuffPost
“This was a mass casualty shooting, there’s no doubt about it," an officer with the Fresno Police Department said Sunday night.
- Politics USA TODAY
In her testimony, Jennifer Williams said Trump's July 25 call with Ukraine's president "struck me as unusual and inappropriate."
- Sports HuffPost
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback appeared to make a statement about not backing down.
- U.S. Good Morning America
Woman falls out of moving car during argument with husband, gets killed by passing vehicle on highway
A woman was killed when she fell out of a moving car and was struck by another vehicle after initially surviving the fall. Houston Police said that a woman became upset with her husband when they were driving back from downtown Houston around 1 a.m. Authorities say she started crawling out of the car when it was going full speed and fell out onto the North Freeway. The woman, whose identity has not yet been revealed, survived the fall out of her vehicle but was then struck by a passing car and killed.
- Business Quartz
But he's also the force behind a very different kind of company, Metals.com, according to former business associates, court documents, and internal company communications. Those sources say Metals.com is a boiler-room-style operation, akin to the one depicted in the 2013 film The Wolf of Wall Street, about one of the 1990s' most infamous scammers, Jordan Belfort. The Beverly Hills-based Metals.com sells overpriced gold and silver coins to seniors, using a high-pressure pitch about impending economic doom.