President Trump took to Twitter on Friday to reinforce his message about keeping America safe. However, he has drawn controversy for linking the rise in the U.K. crime to "radical Islamic terror."
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers posted on Instagram following his shoulder surgery on Thursday, writing that the procedure "went well" and thanking fans for supporting him.
Today's major tech stories include the bipartisan Honest Ads Act that would regulate political advertisements online, Nielsen's plan to track viewership on subscription streaming services and Alphabet's $1 billion investment in Lyft.
Deadline reports the upcoming Season 8 premiere, which is also the 100th episode of the series, will feature an extra scene that can be viewed via AMC's new VR app. Executive producer Greg Nicotero directed the episode, titled "Mercy," and Kevin Cornish is co-directing the 360-degree VR scene, which will focus on Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).
Enes Kanter has watched from afar as his home country of Turkey has descended into autocratic violence. Kanter understands too well the value of free speech, and he is "trying to be the voice of all those innocent people in jail getting tortured."
General Electric CEO John Flannery says "everything is on the table" as GE plans to sell or spin off $20 billion of its businesses within the next two years. After a series of lackluster at best earnings, the conglomerate that was founded by Thomas Edison is working to consolidate its way toward profitability in a corporate environment dominated by activist investing. While Flannery told investors on GE's most recent earnings call that GE is carefully reviewing all of its businesses, analysts have speculated which of the company's numerous assets are most likely to be sold. Among the potential divestitures, Baker Hughes , and its lighting, power conversion and locomotive businesses were popular mentions. Watch More with TheStreet: Target CEO: This Is How We Will Beat Walmart Check Out the 6 Newest Google Products 50,000 Sandwiches and 4 Other Ways Cities Are Trying to Woo Amazon Billionaire David Rubenstein on His Biggest Worry for the Economy
April lost the ability to walk and needs constant caregiving to get through her day, but she joins The Doctors to share her hopeful and inspiring outlook on life. April wants every woman to have a safety plan when leaving an abusive relationship.