U.S. The Independent
Armond Latimore: Teenager shot dead on birthday an hour after posting on Facebook he was glad to have made it to 17
A teenager posted online that he was glad to make it to his 17th birthday after all he had been through. Armond Latimore was killed in broad daylight while standing outside a restaurant in St Louis, Missouri, on Saturday. In another he sent a message of support to Richard Antwon Donaldson, another St Louis teenager who has been charged with the murder of a 72-year-old man during an attempted car-jacking.
Omarosa Manigault Newman may be banned from appearing on CNN.
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His reaction was priceless.
U.S. Fox News
Texas man yelling ‘Jesus is coming’ while stabbing toddler is shot by neighbor trying to stop attack, cops say
A Texas man beat and stabbed his 1-year-old son to death in the courtyard of an apartment complex Sunday -- despite a valiant attempt to stop the brutal assault by a neighbor who heard screams and grabbed his gun, police said. A neighbor near the Oak Forest Apartments in Lewisville fired three shots, one of which hit the father in the leg, and a nearby woman tossed a garbage can at the man in a desperate bid to end the assault, FOX4 Dallas reported. A witness said the father yelled "Jesus is coming" during the 1 p.m. attack, and told anyone around the apartment complex to watch. Lewisville Police Capt. Jesse Hunter said the incident was “probably the worst” he’s seen in the 20 years he’s been on the force.
Reconciliation remains a long shot during Meghan’s solo trip abroad now.
U.S. KTRK - Houston
Colorado father, Christopher Watts, may have strangled some of his family, according to court documents
A Colorado father suspected of killing his pregnant wife and two daughters may have strangled some of them, according to new court filings.
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An entrepreneur says 32-hour weeks 'killed work ethic' at his startup and now he regularly works 65 hours
Ryan Carson, founder and CEO of programming education company Treehouse, made waves in 2015 when he announced that his 87 employees would enjoy a four-day workweek. "There's no rule that you have to work 40 hours, you have to work more to be successful," Carson told The Atlantic in 2015. Three years later, Carson still doesn't hew to the 40-hour workweek. He actually works 65 hours. Carson explained to GrowthLab Live recently that the four-day work week he had for his employees was ultimately nixed in 2016. "There was a lack of work, like literally a lack of work ethic," Carson said in a conversation with GrowthLab founder Ramit Sethi, who also founded IWillTeachYouToBeRich.com. "It created this