Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is reportedly worth $109.9 billion, while Microsoft’s Bill Gates checks in at $105.8 to be the No. 1 and No. 2 wealthiest people in the world according to Forbes.
Two men were arrested following a physical altercation on a street near the Chatham County courthouse in Pittsboro, located about 30 minutes outside the state capital of Raleigh, where a protest over a Confederate statue took place Saturday.
Former North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan, 66, died at her Greensboro home Monday following a prolonged illness. She was recalled as a political force by both former President Barack Obama and his VP Joe Biden, who is currently running for president.
Former California governor and movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger, along with NBA star LeBron James and many other actors and actresses are among those who have had to evacuate their homes in California due to raging wildfires.
LeBron James was among many living in Southern California forced to flee a home this week due to the Getty Fire, but the Los Angeles Lakers star still took the time to dispatch a taco truck to feed first responders Tuesday.
Rob Drake, the MLB umpire who tweeted his desire for a civil war if Donald Trump was impeached, apologized for his remarks Thursday and said he would learn from the matter.
The stock of social media giant Twitter is plummeting in premarket trading after the company managed to add a massive amount of new users but struggled to sell advertising to market to them.
MLB umpire Rob Drake according to ESPN, tweeted he would purchase an assault rifle “because if you impeach MY PRESIDENT this way, YOU WILL HAVE ANOTHER CIVAL WAR!!! #MAGA2020″.” MLB is investigating Drake, who has been an umpire for two decades.
Houston Astros assistant GM, Brandon Taubman, has come under fire for alleged comments he made to a group of female reporters supporting a player who was suspended last year for domestic violence. Taubman apologized Tuesday for his behavior, but denied the remarks were aimed at the women reporters.
Jimmy Carter suffered a minor pelvic fracture and was taken to Phoebe Sumter Medical Center in Americus, Georgia, for “observation and treatment,” Monday, the Jimmy Carter Center, the 39th president’s human rights advocacy organization, reported. He looks forward to making a full recovery at home, a spokesperson added.