- Politics HuffPost
The "Parks and Recreation" star called out the Senate majority leader for using a GIF to react to an article about Trump's Supreme Court plans.
- Sports AOL.com
These quarterbacks may have been bitter rivals on the gridiron, but off of it, they're just a couple of buddies taking selfies.
- Celebrity Entertainment Tonight
Looks like Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos' 18-year-old daughter, Lola, has some photography skills.
- U.S. The Independent
An Oklahoma woman was arrested after being caught on camera firing gunshots and throwing a lit towel into her next door neighbour's home. Firefighters were called to the burning property in Del City on June 10th, responding to 911 calls that reported flames coming from the garage door.Having contained the blaze, fire investigators learned there was an ongoing conflict between the owner of the burnt home and the next door neighbour, Annie Durham, 59.Shocking footage of the incident was captured on CCTV, showing Durham firing two shots into the side of the home before throwing a flaming object into the door, setting the house ablaze.The video released by the Del City Fire Department came from the accused woman’s own surveillance camera.According to the fire department, Durham was initially resistant to giving up the footage, claiming the camera had not been switched on.However, it was eventually obtained with the help of the City Police Department’s Computer Forensic Division.Durham was arrested on Monday June 17 and is charged with second degree arson and discharge of a firearm into a dwelling.
- U.S. KTRK - Houston
The employee produced the porn in two different places on campus, but none of it had students present, the school district said.
- Celebrity Reader's Digest
The chef said he wanted to shoot an episode of
- Business MarketWatch
The simmering trade war between the U.S. and China has led both sides to raise tariffs, but the lopsided trade relationship between the two countries means the impact will fall heaviest on Chinese producers and American consumers and farmers. The U.S. imported a record $539.5 billion in goods from China in 2018. The U.S. is a net importer from China in most market segments such as consumer electronics, apparel, furniture and industrial supplies.