Roundup: Craig Carton Facing Up to 45 Years in Prison, VICE Losing Lots of Money and Facing Staff Reduction


Heidi Klum … Craig Carton found guilty of fraud and he could go to prison for up to 45 years … Washington state voters choose higher regulation for semiautomatic weapons … A Saudi journalist was reportedly tortured to death in prison … Texas middle school teacher believed to have committed suicide in the classroom … Man without pants botches Waffle House burglary … “One-third of baby boomers had nothing saved for retirement at age 58″ … Two Marine Corps aviators grounded after flying in “phallic-shaped” pattern … I hate Illinois Nazis …  Milwaukee names a bus line after Christian Yelich … What your state is Googling in advance of Thanksgiving this year … 98-year-old World War II veteran hospitalized after attack by robber in his home … Comcast to roll out streaming service that puts Netflix, Amazon Prime, and YouTube all in one spot.

Midterm election ratings were up double-digits over four years ago [Hollywood Reporter]

Florida to phase out greyhound racing by 2020 [Orlando Sentinel]

Vice reportedly lost $100 million last year, will lose over $50 million this year, cutting workforce by 15% [WSJ]

“Historically, the economy performs better under a split Congress” [CBS News]

John Dorsey is supposedly in charge of the Browns’ coaching search. Let’s see if Jimmy Haslam can really keep himself out of it… []

Fired Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is the ‘fall guy’ for Stan Bowman’s bad personnel moves [The Athletic]

Doctors very much do not like their computer systems [New Yorker]

This weeks grisly Daily Mail headline: “Armed citizen holds bloodied knifeman at bay beside Seattle’s Space Needle after he stabbed his girlfriend to death in front of their five-year-old son at a busy food court” [Daily Mail]

Trump got into it with Jim Acosta and Peter Alexander

Man describes late wife to sketch artist, gets emotional

Stephen A. has classic reaction to Jalen Rose saying Zion Williamson wouldn’t start on Fab Five