Happy Monday! It's time for another daily dose of news you should probably know via the Enstars Rundown.
According to a feature in The New York Times over the weekend, Amazon is a horrible place to work (and not just the warehouses, which have been notoriously awful places to earn a paycheck for years, but the actual corporate offices). Jeff Bezos, Amazon's founder has already responded via a public company-wide memo.
A nonprofit group has released a report that America's obesity epidemic is so bad that 1/3 of all young Americans are too fat to serve it the military.
Police in Seneca, S.C. shot and killed an unarmed 19-year-old during a drug sting last month. Evidence appears to indicate that the young man, Zachary Hammond, was shot in the back, which kind of contradicts the officers' claims that he was trying to drive one of them over). The arrest was for a small amount of marijuana and the case has been compared to similar police shootings of unarmed civilians this (Walter Scott and Samuel DuBose), but hasn't received as much national attention. Why? According to Hammond's family, it's because he was white...a claim that is starting to bring the case national media attention.
While everyone seems obsessed with the Republican primary race, and in particular Donald Trump, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is gaining ground in the race for the Democratic nomination. Sanders, who's been drawing bigger and bigger crowds lately, beat out Hilary Clinton in the informal Iowa straw poll over the weekend and is currently beating Clinton in the polls in New Hampshire (where the first primary election will go down in February) by seven points.
While the NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton blows up at the box office, a video of hip-hop bogie man Shug Knight, the infamous co-founder of Death Row records, joking about NWA founder Easy-E's death from AIDS while appearing on Jimmy Kimmel in 2003 has resurfaced online and is gaining attention.
A 4.0 earthquake hit the San Francisco area a little before 7 a.m. this morning. Thankfully, there have been no reports of injury or damage.
If you're a parent desperate to get your kids to go to sleep, you might want to get The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep, a new children's book by a behavior psychologist and a linguist that uses psychological techniques to get kids to doze off.
Someone stole the famed vintage Camaro owned by founder of pizza chain Papa John's. According to the company's marketing and publicity mythos, John Schnatte sold his prized gold 1972 Camaro Z-28 to help initially fund his first pizza venture and then bought it back years later when business was booming. The car was stolen while it was in Detroit for a publicity appearance.
And finally, here's a video of Bugs Bunny nailing the Whip/Nae Nae dance to Silentó's "Watch Me" that's blowing up at the moment.