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"What really hurt me is for my child to see me getting handcuffed and taken away from her," Rosetta Swinney said.Sports Yahoo Sports
It's clear nobody came knocking down the door for Rosen. That’s an indictment of his tape from the 2018 season and a bad look for GM Steve Keim.Politics HuffPost
Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano fired off one of hissharpest critiques yet of President Donald Trump based on allegations outlinedin special counsel Robert Mueller's reportCelebrity InStyle
Ahead of California's WE Day celebration, Selena Gomez was spotted wearing a tie-dye t-shirt and a leopard Réalisation Par skirt.Business MarketWatch
Amazon.com Inc. expects to improve the delivery times for customers who sign up for its Prime subscription program, cutting free deliveries to one day instead of two, an executive said Thursday afternoon. In a conference call related to Amazon's (AMZN) quarterly earnings report, Chief Financial Officer Brian Olsavsky explained that the company expects profit to take a hit in the second quarter as Amazon ramps up the change to its Prime program. “We're currently working on evolving our Prime free two-day shipping program to be a free one-day shipping program,” Olsavsky said, adding that Amazon expects to spend $800 million this quarter to make the change.U.S. People
Ill. Boy, 5, Was Allegedly Placed in Cold Shower, BeatenWorld Associated Press
A park ranger in Congo has described how he captured a selfie with two gorillas that went viral. Mathieu Shamavu, a ranger at Virunga National Park in eastern Congo, said he was checking his phone when he noticed two female orphaned gorillas, Ndakazi and Ndeze, mimicking his movements, so he took a picture with them. The gorillas look as if they're posing for the camera and when Shamavu posted the picture on social media on Saturday it quickly clocked up thousands of likes and comments.