Disney Channel has fired actor Stoney Westmoreland from his recurring role on its "Andi Mack" series after his arrest for attempting to arrange a sexual encounter with a 13-year-old.
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Chicago's outgoing Democrat mayor, Rahm Emanuel, says the way to defuse the Windy City's pension bomb is to legalize and tax marijuana and build a city-owned casino.
NFL to Air 'Indivisible,' a Documentary Featuring Green Beret and Kaepernick Protest Adviser Nate Boyer
The National Football League is set to air a documentary exploring the controversial player protests during the national anthem, in a documentary produced by a former NFL player.
The St. Louis Blues had a goal taken away on Tuesday, after the puck entered the Florida Panthers net in an odd, and rather painful way.
The CW network debuted its lesbian Batwoman character in part two of its crossover special, Elseworlds, bringing the brooding Gothamite into its world of DC Comic-based superhero TV shows.
An Australian gamer live streamed video and audio on Sunday, of the moment he allegedly attacked his pregnant girlfriend for interrupting him while playing Fortnite.
The startling video of a powerful bull tossing a Spanish festival-goer high into the air with its horns and then trampling him, is going viral this week.
Despite Hollywood's constant call for "inclusion" and "equality," particularly for women, there were no nominations for female directors for the 2019 Golden Globes.
A former high school football coach's wife, who pleaded guilty to charges of having sex with a teenage student, insists that the sexual encounters with the boy were consensual and wants the teen’s new lawsuit tossed on that basis.
Former ESPN host and current Atlantic writer Jemele Hill doubled down on her accusation that President Donald Trump is a "white supremacist," in a visit with left-wing Late Show host Stephen Colbert.
During his post-game press conference after a 48-47 loss to OU on Saturday, Oklahoma State University Football Coach Mike Gundy took a moment to slam all those "snowflake" student transfers who are too "non-committal.
A handful of Hollywood stars were pining for a Beto O'Rourke presidential run just after he lost his race for the Senate.
Former "Law & Order" actress Jennifer Esposito posted a tearful video telling fans how grateful she was to be able to vote on Election Day.
Actress Alyssa Milano has announced that she intends to "take a road trip" and help drive people to the polls in several California districts today.
With the National Football League now entering the second half of the 2018 season, some teams are still not drawing fans to the stadium.
Just ahead of their Sunday bout with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Baltimore Ravens found one important reason to side with their rivals.
Michael Rapaport: Celebrities Should Tell Voters 'GET OUT THERE AND VOTE OR SHUT YOUR F*CKING TRAPS'
Left-wing actor Michael Rapaport took issue with a recent get out the vote ad by stars Brad Pitt and Leo DiCaprio saying that their video ad was "too calm," and not "in your face" enough to convince people to vote.
Hollywood stars Julianne Moore and Rosario Dawson teamed up to endorse Democrats in a midterm vote video taking the Trump administration to task over its immigration policy and claiming that President Donald Trump is violating "international law" by "imprisoning children.
Actors Chris Rock and Keegan-Michael Key star in a get out the vote ad claiming that black voters are being "disenfranchised." The stars offer black voters advice on what to do if they are turned away at their polling place.
Thursday Night Football suffered an 11 percent ratings decline, as the San Francisco 49ers routed the Oakland Raiders 34-3.
Producers of NBC's re-booted 90s sitcom Will & Grace say the recent episode featuring Grace's sexual assault was inspired by both the Brett Kavanaugh Senate hearings and the trail that sent comedian Bill Cosby to jail.
San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert suffered a shocking arm injury during Thursday's game, after his arm bent the wrong way as he fell to the turf.
A pair of University of Kentucky basketball greats are demanding that their plaques be removed unless the school stops the sale of Ku Klux Klan and Nazi items sold at collector's historical swap meets and gun shows held at the university's Expo Center.
Fox Sports 1 personality Jason Whitlock had serious advice for black athletes who dive into politics: Don't do it.
The cast of the re-booted late 1990s sitcom Will & Grace recently took time out on the set to cut a non-partisan get out the vote ad to remind their audience to be sure and vote this year.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will wear "stronger than hate" patches on their jerseys, in memory of the victims of last weekend's Tree of Life Synagogue shooting.
As the media wrings its hands over the purported hate from the right in American politics today, actor Jim Carrey is once again using his "art" to foster hate against President Donald Trump and his voters.
A woman protesting fox hunting in the U.K. was slightly injured after falling on her head as she tried to climb a farm gate that was being shaken by pro-hunting supporters.
British comedy star and Monty Python alum John Cleese went after President Donald Trump and attacked Christians who support him and his agenda.
Faced with stiff sports competition, ratings for the NFL's 'Thursday Night Football' broadcast of the Arizona Cardinals and the Denver Broncos crashed to a season low.
A new poll finds that pop star Taylor Swift's endorsement of Phil Bredesen in Tennessee's Senate race has done little to move the dial in the Democrat's direction.
A new poll finds that pop singer and Black Lives Matter icon Beyoncé ranks as the number one most divisive celebrity in the U.S.A.
A biological male claiming to be a transgender woman, won the 2018 UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Los Angeles over the weekend.
A Florida man has been accused of flying to Chicago, Illinois, from his home in Tallahassee to track down his romantic rival, chop off the rival's penis, carve his initials in the man's leg, and then jump back on a plane to wing his way home to Florida.
Avengers star Samuel L. Jackson cut two advertisements for left-wing advocacy group Swing Left, endorsing Minnesota and Texas Democrat candidates for Congress.
Colin Kaepernick, former NFL quarterback and inventor of the national anthem protest, has filed for trademark protection for a graphic depiction of his face and hair, a report notes.
Forbes magazine contributor Terence Moore, was frightened by the Atlanta Braves fans when they broke out in their traditional tomahawk chop chant at a recent game. So frightened in fact, that he felt compelled to write a piece tsk-tsking Atlanta's "mostly white fans" for their enthusiasm.
Former Eagles player and Fox 29 sports analyst Garry Cobb, has a suggestion to help the Philadelphia Eagles get out of their slump: The players need to stop having sex.
As players arrived at Mercedes-Benz Superdome for Monday's game between New Orleans and Washington, Saints running back Alvin Kamara appeared wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey and a red ball cap with the slogan "Make Africa Home Again:"
Former presidential daughter Chelsea Clinton has reportedly realized a $6.6 million payday after joining the board of IAC/InterActiveCorp.
The parents of a teenager falsely accused of sexual assault are suing the five "mean girls" who later admitted to lying about the boy's alleged attack.
'Your Check on the House': NYC Comedy Club, Where Louis C.K. Performs, Lets Uncomfortable Customers Leave at No Charge
A New York comedy club that hosted a return performance of controversial comic Louis C.K. warned patrons to "swim at your own risk" and asked them to leave the club if they found the comic objectionable.
Former San Francisco 49ers player Eric Reid, says he is still thinking over different ways to protest other than taking a knee during the national anthem.
Rapper Kanye West seems to think that a President Donald Trump campaign hat and a Colin Kaepernick sweatshirt makes a logical combo after being seen stepping out wearing the garb in New York.
One-time TV host Rosie O’Donnell resorted to gay bashing Senator Lindsay Graham after the South Carolina Senator decried the cynical liberal attack on Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Nike is reaffirming its work with national anthem protester Colin Kaepernick, as the company's CEO saying he is "very proud" to work with the former player.
Amazon is set to introduce an all-female broadcast team for its Thursday football broadcasts, according to reports.
According to FBI data, the City of Baltimore had the worst murder rate of all U.S. big cities in 2017.
Children's Hospital in Aurora, Colorado, announced that it is taking markings of gender off patient wristbands in order to satisfy politically correct, transgender activists.
A barbershop in California received considerable backlash after a customer posted a photo online of a Colin Kaepernick doll hanging from a noose in the shop.
Country singer Kane Brown is again honoring our soldiers with a new music video featuring emotional reunions of families welcoming home their returning soldiers.
Pop singer John Legend has joined the ranks of those opposing Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.
A blind high school student ran for two touchdowns in a freshman football game at a Phoenix, Arizona, high school this week, according to reports.
The ratings for Week Two's Monday Night Football game between the Chicago Bears and the Seattle Seahawks, crashed to the lowest numbers ever recorded for a Week Two Monday night game.
A Little Rock, Arkansas, Nike outlet called police last Friday after a man waving a pro-police flag appeared outside the store, a report says.
'Shaky' Real Estate Deal Brokered by Obama/Daley Associate Costs Chicago Pension Funds $54 Million Loss
A report finds that several "financially-strapped" Chicago pension funds invested $68 million in a "shaky" real estate deal brokered by a man associated with Chicago Mayor Richard Daley and Barack Obama that ultimately resulted in a $54 million loss.
A video shared on Twitter by WeatherNation shows a funnel cloud touching down and destroying the roof of an auto parts warehouse outside Richmond, Virginia.
We don't yet know what the TV ratings for Week 2 of the NFL season will be. However, ratings aside, the league is still suffering very low attendance numbers.
National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell spent nine hours meeting with social justice advocates in New Orleans on Tuesday, to find out just how the league could help promote social justice issues.
Beer maker Anheuser-Busch has announced plans to send 300,000 cans of fresh water to the expected victims of Hurricane Florence.
Action star Mark Wahlberg has revealed his daily exercise regime and food intake, and it isn't for the faint of heart or those who like to sleep in on any given day.
Actor Kevin Sorbo panned sportswear giant Nike's use of national anthem protestor Colin Kaepernick as the face of the mega-brand's "Just Do It" 30th anniversary campaign.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Sunday morning, to lament the massive ratings loss the league suffered in their season opener on Thursday night.
Actor Jim Carrey took to Twitter with another of his primitive art drawings this time to celebrate Nike's latest "Just Do It" ad featuring Colin Kaepernick.
NHL player David Booth took issue with the slogan accompanying Nike's new Colin Kaepernick ad, citing the fact that Islamist terrorists on 9/11 certainly "believed" in their cause.
According to a new report, Nike fully understood the beehive it would stir by making Colin Kaepernick the face of its "Just Do It" campaign, but decided to do it anyway because the company's fan base is "significantly urban.
Actor Jerry O'Connell's upcoming Bravo talk show is already retooling even before its debut after critics slammed it for its "sexist" and "homophobic" original name.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) has reissued its warning to the public to avoid eating Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal after 30 people became ill from salmonella.
The National Association of Police Organizations is calling for a boycott of sportswear giant Nike, incensed by its latest "Just Do It" ad campaign featuring former NFL player and police protester Colin Kaepernick.
Actor Orson Bean recently joined Alex Marlow on Breitbart News Daily, where the legendary TV comedian lamented that television and sports no longer bring America together.
A woman running as a "Democratic Socialist" for the state senate in New York is in hot water for what accusers say are falsehoods in her biography, multiple reports say.
A high school in California canceled its entire football season after losing its first two games by a combined score of 102-0, a report says.
A judge has ordered a New Jersey couple to hand over the last portion of the money they raised to help a homeless veteran, a report says.
The Detroit Public School system has turned off hallway drinking fountains over fears of contaminants such as lead and copper in the water.
Washington Capitals forward Brett Connolly said he would refuse to go with his team to the White House, if President Donald Trump invites the Stanley Cup winners there to celebrate their 2018 championship.
Comedian Louis C.K. sparked controversy after performing his first stand-up routine since being accused of, and admitting to, sexual misconduct with female co-workers in the comedy field.
Beto O’Rourke, the Democrat running for the U.S. Senate in Texas, is set to appear on the Ellen DeGeneres TV talk show after wowing liberals with his defense of NFL players who protest during the national anthem.
The Democrat-led city of Chicago has a new plan to try and make up the difference of a $28 billion pension deficit: borrow another $10 billion.
With the passing of Arizona Sen. John McCain, the Arizona Diamondbacks played a special tribute to his life during the fifth inning at Chase Field on Saturday night and many other Arizona players and teams chimed in with their own tributes.
A NASCAR Xfinity sponsor canceled its sponsorship of driver Conor Daly for a "racially insensitive remark" that the driver did not even utter. Instead, it was said by his father over 30 years ago.
Kennesaw State University has cut four of the five cheerleaders who took a knee during the playing of the national anthem last year, according to reports.
Hollywood A-list actor-director Ben Affleck entered rehab this week after his estranged wife actress Jennifer Gardner was seen dropping him off at a Malibu facility, reports say.
Troubled actor Jim Carrey has taken up his art tools again, this time to thrill to recent convictions of Trump associates and to post a drawing of President Donald Trump hanged with a U.S.
The Miami Hurricanes have announced that the team will wear eco-friendly uniforms and cleats, made from garbage culled from the ocean.
On Monday evening, a large group of protesters destroyed a 105-year-old Confederate statue named "Silent Sam" standing on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dallas Cowboys defensive end David Irving attacked the NFL's policy against marijuana use in a profanity-laced tirade posted to Instagram Friday.
Denver Broncos GM John Elway says that the Broncs offered former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick a contract, but he turned them down.
Serena Williams, noted football expert and tennis pro, says she is sure that if an NFL team were to sign former quarterback Colin Kaepernick, he would lead them to a Super Bowl victory.
The NFL's national anthem protests became an insurmountable for the pro-police organization Blue Lives Matter, when they rejected an offer to partner with the New York Jets.
As the UFC gears up to celebrate its 25th anniversary, reports say that President Donald Trump will feature prominently in a documentary about the organization's history.
Singer Jimmy Buffett is leaving sleepy Margaritaville and jumping into politics by endorsing Democrat Gwen Graham in the Florida Governor's race.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills came out swinging Friday against the National Football League for "blackballing" two of the league's original protesters, Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid.
Rapper Ice Cube: Cowboys QB Dak Prescott Should Stand His Ground on Patriotic Support for National Anthem
Rapper Ice Cube did not join the chorus of black celebrities critical of Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott for his patriotic stance in favor of the national anthem, instead urging the player to stand firm on his principles.
The Obama Presidential Center has already started destroying dozens of age-old trees in Chicago's Jackson Park, despite a pledge not to start removing trees until all legal paths are cleared.
Producers of the NBC sitcom The Good Place launched a campaign to raise money to aid illegal aliens caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
Colin Kaepernick invented the anti-American protest in 2016 and has not played since. The next year the protests exploded across the league. But now, Randy Moss is claiming that the league's treatment of Kaepernick has somehow muted player speech.
Thousands have signed a petition to make NBA star LeBron James, the new U.S. Secretary of Education. This despite the fact that the three-time champion never went to college.
An Indiana woman has been arrested after an investigation led police to charge her with falsely reporting a sexual assault as part of a "rape fantasy."
NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown is once again slamming player protests during the national anthem, as the National Football League continues to be roiled over the continuing controversy.
The CW network has announced that actress Ruby Rose will star as its lesbian superhero Batwoman in an upcoming treatment of the DC Comics character.