- U.S. Good Morning America
A grandmother from Toledo, Ohio, has been charged with murder after she allegedly admitted to hitting her grandson so hard that he eventually died from the injuries. The Toledo Fire Department responded to a call on Thursday from Yisenya Flores after she reported that her 5-year-old grandson had fallen off of a bed in her home, according to ABC’s Toledo affiliate station WTVG. Flores allegedly claimed that her grandson, Anjuan M. Hare III, had jumped from a box spring mattress that was laid on its side onto a carpeted floor and injured himself in the fall.
- Celebrity Elle
It’s been a tough summer for Miley Cyrus.
- Politics HuffPost
The Australian journalist wondered if cleaning up Trump's rambling speech does the public a disservice.
- Sports Reuters
"A few teams" have reached out to express interest in free agent Antonio Brown since his release Friday by the New England patriots, according to the wide receiver's agent, Drew Rosenhaus. Rosenhaus told ESPN on Saturday he's been in touch with a few teams, who "want information regarding (Brown's) legal situation and the NFL investigation" into accusations against Brown of sexual assault and sending intimidating text messages. ESPN reports that people around the league don't expect any team to sign Brown until the league's investigation is resolved.
- Sports Yahoo Sports
For Jim Harbaugh at Michigan, the pattern of big-game failures has evolved into an expectation. It's fair to question whether he'll ever lift the Wolverines back to national relevance.
- Science The Independent
An enormous mystery cloud has baffled US meteorologists this week who spotted the shape stretching over parts of Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania, but saw no rainfall.The National Weather Service spotted the “conundrum”, and suggested it could be a swarm of “bugs”, however the altitude was so high, they were initially sceptical such a massive number of creatures could be flying so high.
- World Esquire
Led by 16-year-old Greta Thunberg, young people around the world rallied to make a bold statement about the future of humanity. From Esquire