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Baker Mayfield sounds off on Browns return with Deshaun Watson’s future in doubt

Baker Mayfield does not sound like someone who intends to return to the Cleveland Browns. Mayfield spoke to the media at his youth football camp in Oklahoma on Tuesday. Carey Murdock, a radio host and publisher of, asked Mayfield if a Browns reconciliation could happen – in the event Deshaun Watson receives a lengthy suspension in the wake of more than 20 allegations of sexual misconduct from massage therapists. “I think it’s been pretty obvious the mutual decision on both sides is to move on,” Mayfield answered. In response to a follow-up about a possible reconciliation, he said there would “have...
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Gigi, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner Model Sky-High Platforms at Marc Jacobs

With bowl cut mullet hairstyles and bleached eyebrows, the Hadid sisters and Kendall Jenner were almost unrecognizable on the Marc Jacobs fall 2022 runway, where they walked down the catwalks in oversize deconstructed silhouettes and sky-high white Mary Janes platforms. Jenner wore a blue cable-knit sweater with another matching sweater tied around her waist, worn over a white button-down shirt and white vinyl skirt. Gigi Hadid had a similar look, although she wore a ribbed knit sweater in an eye-catching shade of pink with a gray vinyl skirt. Marc Jacobs' penchant for volume and layering unexpected pieces together was at play here — taking shape also on Bella Hadid, who was clad in a voluminous black-and-white sleeveless ballgown with a bulbous waist and a bustle.

Howard Stern will consider a presidential run if Donald Trump is GOP nominee: 'I'll beat his ass'

Howard Stern just might run for president, and no, he is not f---ing around. The radio host said on his SiriusXM show on Monday that he will consider running for president in 2024 if Donald Trump once again becomes the Republican nominee. "I'll beat his ass." Stern said. His political aspirations come in direct response to the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, putting an end to federal protections of abortion rights enacted in 1973.

2 Teams Are Listed As Frontrunners For Kevin Durant Trade

Kyrie Irving's decision to exercise his player option should be enough to convince Kevin Durant to remain with the Brooklyn Nets for at least another season. If it's not though, the two-time Finals MVP may consider other options. A plethora of different oddsmakers have unveiled their odds for where Durant...

Comedian Nick Nemeroff dies at 32

Comedian Nick Nemeroff died on Monday, his family said in a statement mourning his "sudden passing." He was 32. The cause of his death was not released. In a statement on Nemeroff’s Instagram account, the stand-up's family called him a “comic’s comic” who achieved success both in his native Canada and the U.S.

Dolph Lundgren Spills Tea On Working With 'Aquaman' Costar Amber Heard & If They're In Touch

Dolph Lundgren is opening up about what it was like working with Amber Heard on Aquaman 2 after rumors ran rampant earlier this month that she got the boot from the franchise following her massive trial loss. "I haven’t spoken to Amber," Lundgren told Entertainment Tonight's Will Marfuggi on Saturday, June 25. Despite not being in touch after production wrapped up, Lundgren emphasized, "I mean she was great during the shooting." And while he's not sure of the actress' status, seemingly referring to whether she was actually cut from the upcoming film, the actor said the movie is "looking...

So, the Party Set to Retake Congress Says China and Italy Stole the 2020 Election Using Smart Thermostats and Satellites

There are—roughly speaking—three major stories happening right now in United States politics, and they don’t make a lot of sense when considered in combination. The first is the Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. There has been a great deal of incisive coverage of this event on, regarding the consequences it might have as a matter of law, public health, and politics. But suffice it to say for the purposes of this article that the decision was made possible by Donald Trump’s appointment of three “pro-life” conservative judges (Amy Coney Barrett, Neil Gorsuch, and Brett Kavanaugh) and that it is unpopular—the two major polls conducted since it was released have found that about 60 percent of Americans say they disapprove of it, and about the same number would like abortion to be legal in “most” or all cases.

ESPN Releases 2022-23 College Basketball Preseason Top 25

ESPN updated its 2022-23 preseason college basketball top 25 on Tuesday, which included some significant movement in the top 10. Jeff Borzello still has UNC as his No. 1 team, but he has moved Gonzaga up from No. 6 to No. 2. The Bulldogs made the leap thanks to Drew Timme, Julian Strawther and Rasir Bolton returning to school and star Chattanooga transfer Malachi Smith announcing he's heading to Spokane.

Ron Johnson is still trying to explain his efforts on Jan. 6

When politicians facing a controversy start changing their story, it tends to make the controversy worse. Sen. Ron Johnson may not fully appreciate this simple truth. Politico reported this morning on the Wisconsin Republican and the latest evolution in his story about his Jan. 6 efforts. The story Sen. Ron...

Man Steals Back His Stolen Rolls-Royce Dawn

Car thieves continue to go shopping at dealerships and even people’s homes for whatever vehicle they want like there are zero consequences. While some are met with the wrong end of a gun, others see little resistance and even if caught get off with light sentences, if any at all. This helps explain why a group of crooks broke into a nice Staten Island home in New York at 4 am on June 12, then drove off with the owner’s Rolls-Royce Dawn Drophead. While the guy didn’t blow the thieves away, he did get his car back almost immediately.