- U.S. Good Morning America
A grandmother from Toledo, Ohio has been charged with murder after she 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.
- 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.
- Celebrity Yahoo Celebrity
Demi Moore's memoir claims long-rumored threesomes with Ashton Kutcher: 'I wanted to show him how great and fun I could be'
Stories from Demi Moore’s memoir, "Inside Out," continue to trickle out ahead of its Sept. 24 release.
- Politics The Atlantic
The precise contours of what happened to evangelicals during the Carter administration are still hotly debated by historians. Certainly abortion rights-which Carter supported and Reagan did not-played a major role, even though that was a recent priority for evangelicals. More generally, the social conservatism of many evangelicals, especially in the South, made them feel less and less at home with the comparatively progressive sexual and racial politics of the Democratic Party.