Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby has been charged with felony manslaughter in the first degree, Tulsa County District Attorney Steve Kunzweiler told reporters Thursday. Shelby fatally shot 40-year-old Terence Crutcher after his SUV stopped in a roadway last week.
Mel Robbins: They are starting to pop up in front yards all over America and they capture exactly what most of us are feeling right now about the presidential election: "EVERYBODY SUCKS 2016."
I laughed out loud the first time I saw one on someone's lawn in Natick, Massachusetts, on my way home from the airport last week. I noticed it because cars had pulled over and people were taking selfies with it.
Finally, someone had captured exactly how I feel about the presidential election.
I don't like either candidate. Neither does my husband. Our relatives, who run the gambit from hardcore Republicans to raging liberals, feel the same. And I believe that when the vast majority of Americans think about their choices this November, they agree with that sign: Everybody Sucks.
Apple is having a bit of a hard time with the new iPhone 7. In Hong Kong, the new phone's advertising tag line "This is 7" translates to -- wait for it -- "This is penis". In Cantonese, the Chinese dialect spoken in Hong Kong, "seven", or "chat" is a mild euphemism for the male member.
Heather Bresch, the Mylan CEO under fire for skyrocketing EpiPen costs, believes Americans should redirect their anger toward a "broken" health care system. Mylan was forced to respond to the national outrage over a more than 400% increase in price for the lifesaving allergy treatment by pledging on Thursday to make it more affordable. But Bresch argued that a lack of transparency in the complex health care system -- with bigger cuts for everyone along the supply chain -- "incentivizes higher prices" in the industry. She pointed out that copays and deductibles are on the rise, too.
The growing congressional scrutiny of pharmaceutical giant Mylan over the high cost of EpiPens could prove awkward for Sen. Joe Manchin. The West Virginia Democrat's daughter, Heather Bresch, is chief executive of the company, which appears to have hiked the price of the epinephrine auto-injector by 400 percent since 2007. The device, which is used to treat severe allergic reactions, now costs more than $600 per dose.