- Celebrity Cosmopolitan
"I can sleep better tonight knowing I took my power back."
- U.S. ABC News
An 11-year-old boy, who was home alone when three people broke into his family's North Carolina residence, turned the tables on the alleged criminals when he got ahold of a machete and whacked one of them in the head, officials said. "It was infuriating," Braydon's mother, Kaitlin Johnson, told ABC station WTVD in Durham, North Carolina. The suspect, Jataveon Dashawn Hall, 19, was arrested just after 1 p.m. on Sunday in Burlington, North Carolina, more than 40 hours after he was spotted on surveillance video walking out of the University of North Carolina Medical Center in Chapel Hill with his head heavily bandaged and wearing a hospital gown, authorities said.
- Sports NBC Sports Boston
ESPN's Brian Windhorst was a bit critical of the Los Angeles Lakers' trade for Anthony Davis calling it the "Celtics-Nets trade part two."
- Celebrity Glamour
Viral screenshots show the bride insisting that no one gay can be part of her wedding.
- U.S. USA TODAY
A young black bear was shot and killed by Oregon officials after becoming so habituated to humans that people reportedly took selfies with it.
- U.S. ABC News
A black employee at Boeing who says that he has found a noose hanging near his desk, signs near his workspace saying "n-----" and urine covering his desk on separate occasions says that his work life remains "degrading" even after he complained to management, he told ABC News. Curtis Anthony, a quality inspector since 2011 on the 787 Dreamliner at Boeing's North Charleston, South Carolina, plant, is suing the company for an alleged "racially hostile" work environment and for alleged retaliation after he complained about the alleged harassment.