CelebritiesPosted byLife and Style Weekly
Steamy! Travis Barker shared sexy photos of girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian sitting in his lap in his Cadillac on Friday, June 18. “She likes riding with the top down,” the 45-year-old captioned the set of three sultry snapshots of the couple, who first sparked romance rumors in January. In the first photo, Travis wrapped his arms around the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, who was dressed in a black tube top and black leather flares. In the second pic, the 42-year-old sat on her boyfriends lap in the passenger seat of the car with the door open. The Blink-182 drummer had his left hand wrapped around Kourt’s waist. The happy couple were all smiles as they were caught laughing in the final photo.
Oakland, CAPosted byLos Angeles Times
A man has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting Gov. Gavin Newsom during his visit to downtown Oakland, authorities said Friday. Newsom was walking to a barbershop and pizzeria in Old Oakland to promote small businesses when he was “approached by an aggressive individual,” said Fran Clader, director of communications for the California Highway Patrol, which provides security for the governor.
About 36 million American families on July 15 will start receiving monthly checks from the IRS, as part of the expanded Child Tax Credit. Eligible families will receive up to $1,800 in cash through December — however, the tax credit has a complication that may prompt some families to opt out.
Former Saturday Night Live stars Jane Curtin and Laraine Newman are looking back on the infamous backstage fight between Chevy Chase and Bill Murray. Curtin, 73, and Newman, 69, appeared on Watch What Happens Live! on Thursday, when they were asked by a caller about the 1978 altercation. Newman said...
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Seattle, WAPosted byAmy Christie
What began with a minor car accident in Seattle and a police officer trying to use an apparently harmless ruse on a suspect ended up with a man deciding to take his own life, as stated in a lawsuit filed by his mother and friends.
Bloomington, ILPosted byAmy Christie
Black father chews out Bloomington critical race theory: “How did I get where I am if some white man kept me down?”
A black man who has two sons going to Bloomington School District 87 went all out against critical race theory during a board meeting. He believes it serves no useful purpose other than to teach children of different races to “hate each other” and it will get to the point where people won’t be judged based on their character, but on the color of their skin.
Now that Juneteenth is recognized as a national holiday, advocates are weighing in on how Americans should mark the occasion and what the day should mean going forward.
As NFL teams continue to make additions and subtractions to finalize their training camp rosters, a number of Pro Bowlers and veterans are still making pushes to get contracts. One of them, a five-time Pro Bowler, is visiting a particularly notable playoff contender. According to ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter,...
Disturbing video shows a 10-year-old girl and her 5-year-old brother duck for cover as a man opened fire just inches away.
Buffalo, NYPosted byNBC News
Jillian Cannan orders packages for her small business all the time, but on June 5, she started receiving Amazon packages at her doorstep that she didn't order. Lots of packages. Some on pallets dropped off by huge delivery trucks. Over 100 packages later, Cannan, of Buffalo, New York, was inundated...
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley came the central character on Twitter Friday afternoon. Beasley offered a forceful and defiant public statement, explaining why he will not get vaccinated as protection against COVID-19. There is plenty of eyebrow-raising material in this post from Cole Beasley, and you can click on...
The Brooklyn Nets may need another all-time outing from Kevin Durant on Saturday night against the Milwaukee Bucks if they’re going to reach the Eastern Conference Finals. Steve Nash just gave an update on his two banged up other stars—James Harden and Kyrie Irving—and it sounds like the Nets are going to need to grind this one out.
Phoenix, AZPosted byABC News
An Arizona teenager suspected of killing one person and injuring a dozen others during a 90-minute string of drive-by shootings in metropolitan Phoenix told police he believed people were after him because of his involvement in another shooting
Irish Twitter is going nuts over a particular image of Matt LeBlanc during the "Friends: The Reunion" special, saying the actor looks everyone's favorite Irish uncle.
The ARM processor market has definitely gotten more interesting lately after Apple jumped in with guns blazing with its M1 Silicon. Unsurprisingly, rumors point to Google preparing its own “Whitechapel” processor, for one, and Arm itself has just announced its next-gen CPU and GPU cores. However, one of this year’s highlights in that space could be Samsung’s processor, showing the first visible fruits of its partnership with AMD. That could finally be revealed in a few weeks with the first Exynos with AMD RDNA2 officially debuts.
Bobby Lashley and MVP got the last laugh at WWE's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on Sunday night. Lashley wound up retaining his WWE Championship inside the titular Cell against Drew McIntyre — but only after Porter pulled the referee out of the ring after McIntyre nailed a Claymore Kick, then grabbed "The Scottish Warrior" by the ankle at the end of the match when he attempted a second one. The two then took to Twitter to seemingly troll the entire world over what had happened.
Joel Embiid is basically blaming Ben Simmons for the Philadelphia 76ers shocking upset in Game 7 against the Atlanta Hawks. The Sixers lost to the Hawks on Sunday with a final score of 103-96, and Simmons certainly did not have a lot of contribution with his five points (though he did finish with eight rebounds and 13 assists).
MotorsportsPosted byRacing News
Unfortunate circumstances forced the NASCAR team to withdraw after arriving at the track today. The No. 10 truck out of the Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing stable has attempted every NASCAR Truck Series race since 2010. However, the team will not be competing this weekend. Cobb was on the entry list...
Congress & CourtsMSNBC
The principle that anyone born in the United States is an American citizen is enshrined in the 14th Amendment. But in a divided decision Tuesday, a federal appeals court reaffirmed the unique inapplicability of the citizenship clause to one of America’s six federal territories— American Samoa, the only one of the six where birthright citizenship does not currently apply.