ABC's fire and rescue dramaStation 19smeared America's Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents by comparing those law enforcement officials to Nazis in its latest episode.
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Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says he has "zero doubt" that the 2020 college football season will start on time, despite the coronavirus.
Leftist pop star Cher unleashed an all-caps tirade against President Donald Trump on Thursday, rattling off several discredited claims over his response to the coronavirus crisis.
An otherwise healthy 30-year-old baseball coach in New Jersey has died of the coronavirus, according to a report.
Formula 1 racing's Bernie Ecclestone is proud to announce that he is going to be a father again... at 89.
Jemele Hill went on the attack against New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Thursday, saying that his effort to fight the coronavirus - specifically by donating his team plane to transport 1.7 million N95 to the U.S.
The latest episode of the Hulu series "Little Fires Everywhere," which stars Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, featured a teenager terminating her pregnancy at abortion mill operator Planned Parenthood.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said on Wednesday that he thinks the Wuhan virus was likely in circulation during Super Bowl LIV in Miami on Feb 2.
The NBA and the player's union are making plans to withhold 25 percent of the player's remaining salaries in escrow, if the league cancels the rest of the season due to the coronavirus.
NFL Agent Buddy Baker relayed the grim experience of losing both parents, both of whom passed away only six minutes apart from complications from the Wuhan virus.
The Chinese government has delayed the resumption of its national basketball league and other sports, in the face of the coronavirus crisis.
America's sports leagues and the sports networks who broadcast them, are taking brutal financial hits during the coronavirus shut down, according to a look at the numbers by the Wall Street Journal.
Rita Wilson is thanking God for his blessings upon her as she reports good heath after recovering from the coronavirus.
Major League Baseball has already missed its Opening Day games. Still, former Los Angeles Dodgers announcer, Vin Scully, has a special message for baseball fans so dearly missing their favorite game amid this Chinese virus scare.
Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood Donate $1 Million to Fight Coronavirus and Announce Live Concert on CBS
Country music superstars Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are donating $1 million to help theChinese coronavirus response efforts and areset to perform a live concert on CBS on Wednesday to give relief during the pandemic.
The Detroit Pistons have made their new training facility available to be used as a coronavirus testing and treatment center, a report says.
Myron Rolle left the NFL in 2013 to enter medical school , and now he is on the front lines during the coronavirus crisis in Massachusetts.
UFC fighter Jon Jones was arrested on Thursday and charged with drunk driving and negligent use of a deadly weapon, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Seventies rocker Todd Rundgren thinks Donald Trump is a "maniac," so he is jumping on the campaign trail to help Democrats win in 2020 by re-recording his 1973 hit, "Just One Victory," with the help of fellow stars Paul Shaffer, Joe Walsh, and Daryl Hall.
ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit says that he would be "shocked" if the NFL or college football, plays a single game in 2020.
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry spoke to Dr. Anthony Fauci about the coronavirus and the return of sports.
'Top Chef Masters' star Floyd Cardoz has died from the coronavirus at the age of 59, according to reports.
NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal blasted the New England Patriots on Saturday for allowing star quarterback Tom Brady to leave the team.
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry will interview Dr. Anthony Fauci about the coronavirus on Instagram, this Thursday.
The Houston Astros have reportedly said in court documents that they sincerely apologize for the sign-stealing scandal the team used, most notably during their World Series run in 2017.
Former NBA player Jason Collins, the league's first openly gay player, has announced he has tested positive for coronavirus.
Jim Caviezel recently said that the painful episodes filming the hit movie, 'The Passion of the Christ,' made it all the more special.
The NFL has canceled its ambitious 2020 Draft production set for April in Las Vegas and will replace it with a more controlled studio event.
Idris Elba's wife, Sabrina, has confirmed that she has also tested positive for the coronavirus after flying to the U.S. to self-quarantine with her actor husband.
If the NBA ends up shutting down completely and cancelling the rest of the season, it could cost the league more than one billion dollars.
Fitness chain Equinox has a bit of advice for its customers on how to reduce stress: have an orgasm.
Oprah Winfrey launched a new Apple TV+ series that focuses on the coronavirus outbreak and her first guest was actor Idris Elba who tested positive for the virus a week ago.
Fashion designer Christian Siriano has offered to do his part during the coronavirus pandemic by manufacturing protective masks for medical workers fighting the outbreak and in need of supplies.
Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank has donated $5.4 million to help Atlanta citizens recover from the coronavirus.
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron has joined the State of Louisiana's effort to combat the coronavirus, with a new billboard campaign.
The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee have announced that four U.S. winter Olympians have been quarantined.
Pop star JoJo has re-worked the lyrics to 'Leave (Get Out)' and joined other celebrities to get the word out about the coronavirus.
ActorEric Stonestreet is doing his part to help during the response to the coronavirus by donating 200,000 meals to a Kansas City food bank.
Current Beijing Ducks guard and one-time NBA player Jeremy Lin called President Donald Trump a "racist" for his coronavirus response.
Comedian Larry the Cable Guy ripped the millionaire celebrities singing "Imagine" in a montage video about a world without material possessions amid the coronavirus, even as they live mere miles away from thousands of homeless people in Los Angeles.
Former NBA star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar claims that President Trump's coronavirus actions remind him of "Nazi" behavior in the Netflix series Hunters.
Actress Rita Wilson is stuck in quarantine with her husband, actor Tom Hanks, after being diagnosed with the coronavirus last week, but she did not let her diagnosis keep her away from performing new music for her fans.
Public concerts are being canceled across the globe due to concerns about spreading the coronavirus but some star, including Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, are holding virtual concerts for those stuck in quarantine.
A-list actor Idris Elba delivered a heartfelt update via social media on Tuesday, telling his fans that while he has the coronavirus he is "feeling ok" and is in isolation with his wife.
All 30 pro baseball teams joined together Tuesday to pledge $30 million to help stadium employees who are losing wages due to the coronavirus shutdowns across the league.
A top Japanese Olympics official has been diagnosed with the coronavirus.
On Monday, Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association cooperated to donate one million dollars to two meal services groups after schools were shut down across the nation.
Kid Rock's Nashville bar will remain open despite orders by the city mayor to close or limit the number of customers at public places.
If the NBA doesn't play again this year, it will cost the league nearly $500 million in revenues.
Sportswear giant Nike announced on Sunday that it is shuttering retail outlets all around the world as a preventative measure to combat the coronavirus.
Both the Pro Football and the National Baseball Halls of Fame have announced a temporary shutdown over concerns about the coronavirus.
Late-night shows including those of NBC's Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers have announced they will shut down production in the wake of the Coronavirus.
Former "Tonight Show" host and comedian Jay Leno says he is backing Joe Biden for president because he is a "decent man."
Oklahoma City Mid-Del school system officials say that infected Jazz player Donovan Mitchell had visited Del City High School on Tuesday, prior to testing positive for the coronavirus.
Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban is promising to pay the workers at American Airlines Center, during the NBA's suspension of play.
Bob Chapek, the brand-new CEO of entertainment giant Disney, was confronted over the documented anti-conservative bias at ABC News but refused to address the facts at this month's annual shareholders meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina.
The National Basketball Association is looking at rescheduling games over concerns about the coronavirus, according to reports.
March Madness may be played without fans after Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced that he is asking sports teams to play without spectators.
"Orange Is the New Black" star Yael Stone recently confessed that she might not have had children if she had been more informed about climate change.
Super Bowl champion Tom Brady is going Hollywood and launching a new production company with the directors of Marvel's Avengers: Endgame.
San Antonio Spurs coach and frequent Trump critic Gregg Popovich, went on the attack against President Trump over the U.S. response to the Coronavirus.
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union‘s son, Zion, made his first red carpet appearance Saturday as "Zaya," a transgender girl.
Disney's new animated film"Onward"has been banned in several Middle Eastern countries due to the film's reference to a lesbian relationship.
A wild deer collided with a French hunter and ripped off part of the hunter's face, leaving him with severe injuries.
A Yankees minor league team moved quickly to cancel its "OJ Simpson Trial Night" after a backlash against the promotion.
George Soros-Backed Group Gave Huge Donation to County Prosecutor Who Dropped Jussie Smollett Charges
Anti-American billionaire George Soros reportedly gave seven-figure campaign donations to re-elect Kim Foxx, the Chicago prosecutor who decided to drop all charges against accused hate hoaxer Jussie Smollett.
Actress and TV talk show host Busy Philipps told a pro-choice rally in Washington, DC, Wednesday that she owes her success to having an abortion as a high schooler.
Pop star Katy Perry has gone from saying she doesn't"need a dude to have babies" to announcing that she's pregnant in a new music video.
A West Virginia man who was convicted of filming the sexual abuse of an infant was handed a hefty 775-year-sentence on Wednesday.
The father of a seven-year-old wrestling fan was furious when pro wrestler MJF gave his son the finger at a Chicago meet and greet.
Hollywood director Spike Lee took to Instagram to attack a group of black Donald Trump supporters, essentially comparing them to house slaves.
A representative from the International Olympics Committee said on Tuesday that the 2020 Tokyo Games, slated for July 24, will go on as planned despite the Coronavirus.
The New York Knicks have struck back against filmmaker Spike Lee, telling him he is not a victim after he complained about stadium access.
The L.A. County Sheriff's Department says that eight deputies have been found sharing graphic photos of the helicopter crash that took the lives of NBA star Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and seven others.
Gospel rapper and fashion mogul Kanye West was applauded for taking his Sunday Service Choir to Paris Fashion Week this year, bringing religion to the city of lights.
Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey gushed about the "values" of former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush as he posed for photos with the pair at Carnegie Hall in Manhattan over the weekend.
The City of Baltimore has experienced an outbreak of violence resulting in 50 murders in just the first two months of 2020.
Laurel Hubbard, a New Zealand weightlifter born male but now competing as a transgender female, is working to win a spot at the Olympics.
The National Football League says it is "closely monitoring" the Coronavirus ahead of the league's spring meetings.
Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa, says she is "devastated" over unauthorized photos of victim's remains snapped by L.A. County Sheriff's deputies.
Russia has pulled out of the World Cup gymnastics tournament set for Milwaukee next weekend because of Coronavirus fears.
Officials at Tulane University have removed the famed McAlister Victory Bell, after they discovered it had ties to Louisiana's slave-holding past.
UFC Chief Dana White says that he "doesn't give a sh*t" if fight fans are upset that he is friendly with President Donald Trump.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is channeling his inner Michael Bloomberg with a new campaign to punish drivers for idling their cars on the streets of New York City, and he got 1980s rocker Billy Idol to help.
According to reports, Disney cut a kissing scene from its upcoming Chinese release of 'Mulan,' because Chinese censors demanded the change.
Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger has ordered the removal of all Confederate paraphernalia from Marine bases across the globe.
On Wednesday, President Trump put Vice President Mike Pence in charge of the U.S. response to the Coronavirus. Shortly after,Atlanticwriter and former ESPN host Jemele Hill blasted the choice by claiming Pence's leadership as governor resulted in an HIV outbreak in Indiana.
The MLB regular season hasn't even started yet, and the Houston Astros are already getting beat up. The team was booed at spring training and Alex Bregman got plunked as the Stros faced the St.
ESPN has announced that they're canceling their afternoon showHigh Noon,hosted by outspoken liberals Bomani Jones and Pablo S. Torre.
'The Conners' went for broke with left-wing content pushing Planned Parenthood and "throuples" on the audience.
Former NFL player Tim Tebow recently said that he would rather be known as someone who saves babies, than for being a Super Bowl champion.
The Michigan Wolverines announced the cancellation of their overseas trip due to fears over the coronavirus.
Pop star Christina Aguilera delivered a powerful rendition of "Ave Maria" at the memorial service for NBA legend Kobe Bryant on Monday.
NBA legend Michael Jordan delivered a tearful memorial tribute to his "brother," Kobe Bryant, during Monday's memorial service.
Kobe Bryant's wife, Vanessa, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the helicopter company her husband hired, claiming that their aircraft never should have been flying that morning.
Actor Michael Douglas is hitting the Democrat primary campaign trail for former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Left-wing activist and actress Susan Sarandon posted a video to Twitter to let fans know she was headed to the Palmetto State to stump for Bernie Sanders in Charleston.
The Baltimore Ravens' Bradley Bozeman took on and beat a Texas restaurant's massive food challenge on Wednesday.
Tim Allen Uses Show ‘Last Man Standing’ to Explain the Beauty of Capitalism to Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders
Actor Tim Allen used his hit sitcom, "Last Man Standing"to humorously school Democrat presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren about the dangers of socialism and how capitalism is the "recipe for economic success.
On Thursday, Democrat Senator and presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, tweeted that transgender athletes are "not a threat" and need protection.