As the Senate Armed Services Committee gets ready to grill military leaders about the Afghanistan debacle on Tuesday, multiple recent Department of Defense officials tell Fox News that an internal focus on left-wing cultural battles likely distracted top brass from Afghanistan planning and military readiness. One former senior official, who...
Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess are living out a realistic fairytale. The couple of more than a year are currently competing on Dancing With the Stars together, and after Green, 48, described their romance as "storybook," ET's Lauren Zima checked in with the couple via Zoom to see what makes them click.
With the WWE draft opening Friday night, all eyes will be on SmackDown to find out which Superstars will be moving across the main roster. Last week, we discussed the Superstars Raw should pick up, and now it's time to focus on the blue brand. SmackDown gets two picks for...
Brian Laundrie's parents have said they are 'concerned' for their missing son and have stressed they do not know where he is. Chris and Roberta Laundrie have said they last saw their son, who is a person of interest following the death of his girlfriend Gabby Petito, on 14 September when he left their home in his silver Ford Mustang.
The US TV audience for the Tony Awards hit a new low despite a star-studded cast promoting Broadway's return. CBS said 2.6 million people tuned in for Sunday's two-hour special, titled Broadway's Back. In 2019, the last time the Tony Awards were held, some 5.4 million people watched the ceremony...
Country music has "American Idol" to thank for discovering some of the biggest stars in the genre today — including Jimmie Allen. The show has brought to our attention a steady flurry of country stars who have seen huge success in the genre, first and foremost, of course, Carrie Underwood.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Mayim Bialik knew she’d be busy around this time of year, but not this busy. Besides starting production on a new season of Fox’s sitcom “Call Me Kat,” Bialik was recalled to duty as a “Jeopardy!” guest host — the result of the quiz show’s publicly messy effort to replace the late Alex Trebek.
Eva Amurri has joined the cast of Fox’s upcoming country music drama series Monarch, where she will play a younger version of her mother Susan Sarandon. Amurri will portray the younger version of Dottie Cantrell Roman, the character played by Sarandon in the present day. The series is described as “a Texas-sized, multi-generational musical drama about America’s first family of country music” and follows the exploits of Dottie, her husband Albie Roman, daughters Gigi Taylor-Roman and Nicolette “Nicky” Roman, and son Luke Roman.
In one of the biggest games of college football’s opening weekend this season, Penn State upended Wisconsin in a slobberknocker of a duel that evoked the sport’s greatest features: a raucous home crowd; a long game-winning completion; and a pair of game-securing defensive stands in the waning minutes. While those...
The petition states “We need to remove Logan Dubil from campus as well as others like him who refuse to respect other people pronouns.”. “There is no possible way to be a moral correct person while also disrespecting people’s pronouns. Logan Dubil and others like him are the scum of the Earth. No one belongs on our campus who does not respect other peoples pronouns.”
As a general rule of thumb, ever since Liam Neeson reinvented himself as one of the industry’s most popular action stars with Taken, his signature brand of mid budget thrillers have been much more enjoyable than his forays into effects-driven blockbuster territory. The actor’s legacy will forever see his career...
Wall Street analysts expect that Fox Factory Holding Corp. (NASDAQ:FOXF) will announce earnings per share (EPS) of $1.13 for the current quarter, Zacks Investment Research reports. Five analysts have provided estimates for Fox Factory’s earnings, with the highest EPS estimate coming in at $1.15 and the lowest estimate coming in at $1.08. Fox Factory posted earnings per share of $1.07 during the same quarter last year, which indicates a positive year-over-year growth rate of 5.6%. The company is scheduled to report its next quarterly earnings results on Tuesday, November 9th.
A witness to the tragic fall that left a mom and toddler dead at San Diego’s Petco Park over the weekend says the mother appeared to lose her balance after jumping up on a bench near an upper-level railing, according to a report. The woman, 40, and her child, 2,...
The Resident Sneak Peek Reveals Devon's Fate After Premiere Cliffhanger — Plus, Billie Gets a Surprise Visitor
Paging all fans of The Resident: We’ve got an exclusive sneak peek at tonight’s episode (Fox, 8/7c), and it’s a three-for-one deal. Not only does the video above introduce newcomer Miles Fowler as Billie’s estranged son, who unexpectedly crosses paths with Billie at Chastain, but it also reveals what happened to Devon after he got trapped in a janitor’s closet with a gas leak during the Season 5 premiere. Fortunately, Devon is still with us when the episode begins, after poor Leela finds him unconscious in a hospital elevator. But even with Devon’s closest colleagues treating him, the doc begins to exhibit more worrying symptoms. Plus, there’s also time in our exclusive clip for Conrad and baby Gigi to have the perfect drop-off at Chastain’s nursery. Does it help take our minds off the inevitably tragic fate awaiting Nic? Nope! But it’s adorable nonetheless. Elsewhere in the episode, titled “No Good Deed,” Bell helps Kit make a decision about a new neurosurgeon joining the Chastain team. Press PLAY above to watch our full sneak peek, then drop a comment with your thoughts!
The final component of Nashville’s Twelve Thirty Club, Justin Timberlake and restaurateur Sam Fox’s massive project, will debut on Tuesday, Sept. 28 when its 400-seat Supper Club opens its doors. Sprawling over an entire city block (the newly-Christened ‘Upper Broadway’), Twelve Thirty contains a progressive, two-story encounter (plus a rooftop...
Seth Meyers had a field day with Rudy Giuliani's reported ban from Fox News, likely a result of the billion dollar defamation lawsuits filed by Dominion and Smartmatic voting systems. In a new "Closer Look" segment, Meyers compared Giuliani to "a fictional goblin Italian grandmothers threaten children with if they don't brush their teeth," and he mocked the former NYC mayor for being so unhinged on-air that even Fox News won't have him. "It's like breaking up with a boyfriend and telling him, 'No, it's not because my mother doesn't like you!'" joked Meyers. "'You're ugly and bad at sex.'"
James McAvoy has talked about whether he'd return to the MCU as Professor X, AKA Charles Xavier. "I'm all about doing good stuff, and when I got asked to play Charles the first time, it was good stuff," McAvoy told ComicBook.com, when asked if he'd talked to Kevin Feige about returning to Marvel.