- Celebrity USA TODAY Entertainment
Lizzo is "NOT OK" after Barack Obama tweeted about the singer following her Twitter thread on voting for him and ageism in politics.
- U.S. ABC News
An African-American homeowner says he endured the "most humiliating experience of my life" when white police officers answered a false burglar alarm at his North Carolina home and ended up placing him in handcuffs at gunpoint and walking him to a police car in just his underwear as his neighbors watched. "I was counting the seconds because I thought he was going to kill me," Kazeem Oyeneyin, 31, told ABC News on Saturday of the confrontation with police at his home in Raleigh. Raleigh police official said the incident is under investigation.
- Celebrity InStyle
Hemsworth officially filed for divorce this week.
Mark Wahlberg is making fellow 40-somethings like Tom Brady and Mario Lopez thirsty.
- Business Reuters
Mexico posted its largest current account surplus on record and the first in nine years, lifted by robust foreign trade with the United States as President Donald Trump waged a bitter tariff dispute with China, official data showed on Friday. In the second quarter, Mexico ran up a current account surplus of $5.143 billion, the biggest since current records began in 1980, and equivalent to 1.6% percent of gross domestic product (GDP), central bank figures showed. Mexico has this year become the top trading partner of the United States thanks to Trump's protracted feud with Beijing.
- Entertainment HuffPost
The actor plays the infamous puppy enemy in an upcoming movie about the villain's origin story.
- Business AFP
The US retail giant Costco is diving into the thorny area of food retail in China with its first store opening this week, but analysts warn it faces a tough ride as it looks to succeed where a series of international retailers have failed. The move also comes at a challenging time with Beijing and Washington engaged in a tense trade war that has seen them swap punitive tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of two-way trade. China has proved a brutal battleground for overseas food retailers in recent years, with many failing to understand consumer habits and tastes as well as local competitors building a stronger presence.