DMX's lawyer demurred and said the drug tests weren't telling the whole story. Despite looking down the barrel of those rather serious accusations, Page Six reports that DMX (real name Earl Simmons) violated the terms of his bail when he visited St. Louis a few weeks ago without permission from the court. "Just being in there and being able to walk out". DMX could be headed back to jail soon, but whatever time he faces would pale in comparison to the 44-year stint he'd deal with if convicted on all 14 counts of tax evasion. He is now out on $500,000 bond, and has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Real Madrid: Isco has signed new contract
Isco's new deal is set to be announced in the coming days having been a huge headache for Florentino Perez earlier in the summer. Real Madrid quickly reacted by offering him a new deal and the player suggested that the signing was now only a formality.
Walmart apologizes for back to school gun marketing
According to The New York Times , images of the display began circulating on social media before Walmart addressed the situation. Walmart has condemned a display inside one of its stores that appeared to market firearms as back-to-school items.
Tesla's $1.8B Bond Sale…Wait, I Though It Was $1.5B?
It improved, as 74 investors sold TSLA shares while 105 reduced holdings. 82 funds opened positions while 219 raised stakes. Finally, Evanson Asset Management LLC boosted its position in shares of Tesla by 198.9% in the first quarter.
Renovations underway at the White House
A worker reaches out of a window during renovation work at the White House in Washington on August 11, 2017. New carpet, curtains and paint are part of the work that is going on in just a part of the White House.