Earlier this week, I got five notifications about an actor I’ve never heard of reporting a crime that never happened. What would I do without the internet? Today, I got similar deluge of reports that Robert Kraft offered to pay for sex at a day spa. Robert Kraft soliciting a prostitute might be news. But there’s no way it’s Top, Breaking, Notification-sending news. Yet, that’s how it’s being treated. Now more than ever, we need editors to edit. (Don’t worry about Robert Kraft. Belichick will run his defense.)

+ After decades of sexual assault allegations, R. Kelly has finally been indicted.

+ “Instead of prosecuting Epstein under federal sex trafficking laws, Acosta allowed Epstein to quietly plead guilty in state court to two prostitution charges and he served just 13 months in the Palm Beach County jail. His accomplices, some of whom have never been identified, were not charged.” Miami Herald reporters have been all over this story. Federal prosecutors broke law in Jeffrey Epstein case, judge rules.