Phoenix And William back on the mic.
This is Phoenix Calida’s last week in the office job and we’re gonna try her out full time and see if we remain sustainable through January.
Miami-Dade Police Benevolent Association attorney Andrew Axelrad, who represented Bosque in arbitration, said Bosque deserved reinstatement after being cleared in 2017 of the most recent charges, which were first filed in 2013.
(CNN)Next month, Colorado will vote on changing the language in its state constitution so that it no longer allows slavery as a form of punishment. Slavery is technically — technically — still legal in many states.
Wait, slavery is legal?
Ford is having a bad year in 2018. Its stock is down 29%, and the tariffs imposed by President Trump have reportedly cost the company $1 billion, as the company is in the midst of a reorganization. Now, the company is announcing layoffs.
Jim Hackett, Ford’s CEO, is working to engineer a $25.5 billion restructuring of the automaker, hoping to cut costs and remain competitive, the Wall Street Journal reports. But auto sales are down, and one reason is the trade tariffs that Trump has imposed on metals and other goods. According to Bloomberg, Hackett has said they have already cost the company $1 billion in profit and could do “more damage” if the disputes aren’t resolved quickly.
Facebook Live: Detroit Police Lieutenant Brian Bowser speaks about the infant bodies found at the former Cantrell Funeral Home. Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press
DETROIT – The grisly discovery Friday of 11 badly decomposed infant bodies inside the ceiling of a former funeral home on Detroit’s east side raises disturbing questions of how this could have happened.
The anonymous tip that brought state investigators to the former Cantrell Funeral Home revealed nine bodies in a cardboard box, and two inside a trash bag placed in a casket.
The building’s new owner, who purchased it about a month ago, said the interior smelled horribly, and he’d removed four dumpsters of garbage as he started renovating it into a community center
WFLA – A Scottish sex worker was deported and had to register as a sex offender after she took a 14-year-old boy’s virginity at Florida hotel, The Scotsman, Scotland’s national newspaper reported.
Sarah McGill, 28, of Galashiels, United Kingdom, was convicted in August of sexual battery with a minor at a Courtyard Marriott hotel in Orlando.
Investigators said the teen contacted McGill after he found her online escort page, which she used under the alias Sophia Belle.
She is understood to have taken his virginity and the boy claimed he paid her $480 before leaving the hotel.