Resignations Roil Twitter as Elon Musk Tries Persuading Some Workers to Stay – The New York Times

Resignations Roil Twitter as Elon Musk Tries Persuading Some Workers to Stay  The New York Times Elon Musk’s new email pushes Twitter managers to do his dirty work  The Verge Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover proves the modern CEO job is broken  Business Insider “The longer this chaos continues, the bigger the risks for Twitter”—Musk’s management  The Economist View Full


Paul Goldschmidt Wins NL MVP – MLB Trade Rumors

Paul Goldschmidt Wins NL MVP  MLB Trade Rumors Rosenthal: My NL MVP ballot – and why Paul Goldschmidt was at the top of it  The Athletic Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt named National League MVP for 2022  CBS Sports Goldy standard! Paul Goldschmidt wins first career NL MVP, joins other Cardinals greats  St. Louis Post-Dispatch Cardinals slugger Paul Goldschmidt wins NL


McConnell reelected Senate GOP leader: ‘Not going anywhere’ – The Associated Press

McConnell reelected Senate GOP leader: ‘Not going anywhere’  The Associated Press McConnell reelected Senate GOP leader; Scott’s bid rejected  9NEWS McConnell emerges from Senate leadership vote with broad GOP backing: ‘Not going anywhere’  Fox News How Mitch McConnell keeps surviving as GOP Senate leader  MSNBC With Mitch McConnell’s GOP win, Louisville avenges Rick Scott’s snub  Courier Journal View Full Coverage


Jewish Groups Denounce Rapper Freeze Corleone

*A Jewish group wants an upcoming Montreal show by rapper Freeze Corleone canceled due to his antisemitism.  As reported by MSN, the French rapper’s music is described as “openly antisemitic and hateful,” by B’nai Brith Canada. The organization has called on the owners of L’Olympia theatre in Montreal to cancel Freeze’s Dec. 4 show.  “Mr. Corleone


Motown Gospel Celebrates Six Grammy Nominations: Tye Tribbett, The Baylor Project

Motown Gospel celebrates six GRAMMY® nominations across its diverse roster of artists, as announced yesterday by the Recording Academy. Multiple GRAMMY®-winner Tye Tribbett picked up two nominations—one for Best Gospel Performance/Song (“Get Up”) and the other for Best Gospel Album (All Things New). Acclaimed jazz duo The Baylor Project earned a nod for The Evening: