- Politics USA TODAY
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez questioned Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan about the whereabouts of Border Patrol agents who threatened her in a secret Facebook group.
- Celebrity Yahoo Style UK
After spending over £2.4m on renovations the couple may be forced to 'rip up' the new garden.
- Entertainment Entertainment Weekly
'Batwoman' star Ruby Rose says she has to pull out of Comic-Con
- U.S. Associated Press
Relatives of a 6-year-old Utah girl who died after her father accidentally struck her with a golf ball are remembering her as a loving, playful child. Aria Hill's uncle David Smith described her as a happy child who greeted strangers and enjoyed spending time with her parents. Police say the ball struck Hill in the back of the head on Monday morning, while the father and daughter were out golfing with Hill's uncle, Brayden Hill, at Sleepy Ridge Golf Course in Orem about 40 miles (65 kilometers) south of Salt Lake City.
- U.S. Associated Press
Only hours after receiving a life sentence, convicted Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was forced to make a sudden departure to the highest-security prison in the U.S. to serve the term, his lawyer said Thursday. A government helicopter whisked the narco, notorious for his daring jailbreaks, out of New York City on Wednesday after the sentencing in federal court in Brooklyn, said defense attorney Jeffrey Lichtman. For most defendants, there's a lag between sentencing and a decision by the Bureau of Prisons on where to house them.
- Sports NBC Sports Boston
Charles Barkley played against many of the most talented players the NBA has ever seen, but when asked about the best player he ever had to guard, one Boston Celtics legend stood above the rest.
- Lifestyle Car and Driver
Mark Reuss announced the C8's base price during the reveal of the new supercar.
- Business MarketWatch
That's because - get this - the wealthiest 10% of households own 84% of all stocks-and that includes pension plans, 401(k) accounts and individual retirement accounts (IRAs) as well as trust funds, mutual funds and college savings programs like 529 plans. That means 90% of American households own the remaining 16% of all stock. These sobering stats come courtesy of Edward N. Wolff, an economist at New York University, who tells the New York Times “For the vast majority of Americans, fluctuations in the stock market have relatively little effect on their wealth, or well-being, for that matter.