- PoliticsUSA TODAY
Social media claims that President Donald Trump works for no money are not totally accurate.
- U.S.The Independent
Fox News host Tucker Carlson has been accused of echoing a 14-word white supremacist phrase during one of his on-air segments.During a segment on his Monday evening show, Mr Carlson showed side-by-side images of Representative Ilhan Omar and Senator Tammy Duckworth, both of whom are Democrats on Capitol Hill and were born overseas.
- CelebrityIn The Know
A Reddit user, writing under the username Life-of-a-midwife, shared details about the embarrassing ordeal the website’s r/AmITheA******* forum.
- CelebrityYahoo Celebrity
Britney Spears defends criticized social media posts: 'This is me being authentic and as real as it gets'
The pop star confronted critics who don't approve of her social media posts.
A New York City doctor who battled coronavirus along with hundreds of his patients says proper PPE is needed to keep medical workers safe, but some are again reporting shortages
"I know a lot of physicians that never got sick because they protected themselves and that has to be everyone's first priority," Dr. Jake Deutsch said.
In April, Netflix (NFLX) reported the addition of a record 15.77 million paid subscribers globally in the first quarter — double the new subscribers it expected — propelling its stock price more than 65% higher. The seismic shift to streaming from viewers who had held on to cable bundles empathetically validated the yearslong prophesy of Netflix Chief Executive Reed Hastings. To add an exclamation to his point, Walt Disney Co. (DIS) later reported that Disney+ attracted 54.5 million paid subscribers in just six months, and may have headed much higher after the triumphant debut of “Hamilton” on that service July 3.