New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman tweeted on Saturday that a source
Sad New Details About A Utah Man Who Shot His Wife And Children In A Murder-Suicide - And How His Wife Was Involved In His Plan
Jessica Griffith, 43, and Timothy Griffith, 45, along with their two children, Samantha Badel, 16, and Alexandre Griffith, 5, and pet German shepherd were found dead in their Mapleton home just months after moving to Utah from Switzerland. Timothy was found in an upstairs bedroom "with a shotgun between his legs.” Jessica and the couple’s biological son were hidden under a blanket on the bed with their heads covered by pillows. "I have found multiple text messages from Jessica to Timothy about not feeling well and having headaches.
Melania Trump Invited White House Staffers to Barbara Bush Funeral So They Could 'Pay Their Respects'
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At the risk of ticking off the 16,000 or so Bon Jovi fans who seemed to be having a heck of a time at Spectrum Center on Saturday night, I’m just gonna go ahead and say it: The show wasn’t great. For starters, the band itself sounds very much like it indeed deserves to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (which it entered during the 2018 induction ceremony exactly a week ago); and even though it’s now lacking two of the guys who helped get it there - longtime guitarist Richie Sambora and bassist Alec John Such - it’s hard to find fault in Bon Jovi’s current live sound. Every time Sambora successor Phil X brings his fretwork to the foreground, it gives the proceedings a boost of adrenaline, and killer drummer Tico Torres can pepper even the more downbeat Bon Jovi songs with authoritative punch.
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A 45-year-old woman has less than a one percent chance of getting pregnant using her own eggs.
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos explains his famous one-character emails, known to strike fear in manager's hearts
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos still personally reads customer complaint emails sent to him, even though he doesn't reply to many of them, he said during an on-stage interview on Friday. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has a notorious habit of sending his executives an email which has a single character: a question mark. When the executive gets an email from Bezos that simply says "?" they know that Bezos is concerned about something because a customer complained, Bezos explained during an on-stage interview at the George Bush Presidential Center on Friday.