- Celebrity Harper's Bazaar
The skintight gown is simply stunning.
- Politics Esquire
The world's most powerful man called into a TV show to rant about a server in Ukraine, a haunting demonstration of his inability to process what constitutes observable reality.
- U.S. Associated Press
A Utah woman charged with a crime after her stepchildren saw her topless in her own home is fighting the case that could force her to register as a sex offender, pointing to a court ruling that overturned a topless ban in Colorado and helped fuel a movement. Tilli Buchanan’s attorneys argue that Utah’s law on lewdness involving a child is unfair because it treats men and women differently for baring their chests. Buchanan, 27, said she and her husband had taken off their shirts to keep their clothes from getting dusty while they hung drywall in their garage in a Salt Lake City suburb in late 2017 or early 2018.
- U.S. Inside Edition CBS
The man who held his little granddaughter before she fell from a cruise ship window made his first appearance in Puerto Rican court Wednesday after being charged in her death, a moment that was caught on surveillance video on the Royal Caribbean ship, as it was docked in Puerto Rico. It shows 18-month-old Chloe Wiegand leading her grandfather Salvatore "Sam" Anello to a bank of windows on the children’s pool deck of the ship. He lifts her up to a rail at a large window, then suddenly, she falls to her death 100 feet below. Anello has said he did not realize the window Chloe wanted to look through was open.
- Business Reuters
At a launch event in Los Angeles, Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said other versions will be priced at $49,900 and $69,900 with the most expensive offering a range of more than 500 miles (800 km). By comparison, the current maximum range of a Tesla car is 370 miles for its long-range Model S sedan. Made from ultra-hard stainless steel which Musk claimed was bulletproof, the four-door six-seater truck's sharp geometric body was set atop massive tires.
- World Associated Press
She made him wait for her while she chatted with Thailand’s king and queen. Sister Ana Rosa Sivori has taken something of a star turn during her second cousin’s visit to Thailand, assuming an unprecedented role for a woman as papal whisperer and translator, who doesn’t seem fazed that her charge is Pope Francis. Not so Sivori, who treats Francis with the respect owed a pope but nevertheless displays the confidence and chutzpah of a no-nonsense nun who has spent more than a half-century ministering to Thailand’s faithful.