Jan. 16 Evening Forecast
Tom Brady is looking back at special times with the people closest to him, which include ex Bridget Moynahan, with whom he shares son Jack
Tom Brady announced Wednesday morning that he's ending his NFL career "for good"
- NBC Sports Philadelphia
Eagles offensive lineman Josh Sills has been indicted on rape and kidnapping charges in Ohio.
Greene's explanation revealed "what really motivated" serial liar Santos to step down from House committees, the MSNBC anchor said.
- The Daily Reporter
Matthew Jackson, 33, will spend a minimum of 10-30 years in prison for what prosecutor Zack Stempien called, “the most significant domestic violence case that I've ever seen.”
- Bengals Wire
Joe Burrow and Patrick Mahomes met at midfield after the game.
- The Daily Beast
Via ABCMyPillow CEO Mike Lindell made his triumphant return to Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night comedy program on Tuesday evening.But given that he appeared from within the confines of an arcade claw machine, it was ultimately even more demoralizing than the first time around.“To help him overcome his debilitating fear of machines, we have installed him inside a claw machine,” Kimmel quipped as he opened the segment. “I don’t know why I decided you should be in there,” he added before stating he was su
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Neither CBS Sports nor Tony Romo has commented on the social media fervor as of Tuesday morning.
- The Daily Beast
Scott EisenMAGA-boosting radio host John Fredericks has turned on Donald Trump, telling the former president in no uncertain terms on Tuesday that “nobody cares” about his petty media feuds and “grievances” anymore.Fredericks, a longtime supporter of the twice-impeached ex-president, largely took issue with how Trump has seemingly ignored political issues while focusing his attention on far-fetched lawsuits and complaints about “fake news.” Additionally, Fredericks grumbled about Trump privately
Priscilla Presley's Son Navarone Garcia Breaks His Silence: 'People Know About Me, But They Don't Know Me'
The musician discusses life with his famous mom, his recovery from fentanyl addiction and discovering the truth about the background of his father, producer Marco Garibaldi, in this week's PEOPLE
- Women's Health
Lily-Rose Depp has just shared a new topless picture from the set of HBO's The Idol and she looks incredible.
The "Late Show" host dropped a very unrefreshing refresher on the former president.
- Business Insider
Ben Crump says the only known white Memphis police officer relieved of duty in Tyre Nichols' death pulled him from car and hit him with a Taser — yet had his identity protected
Memphis police put Preston Hemphill, the only known white cop involved in Tyre Nichols' death, on leave. Five Black officers were charged.
27 People On Twitter Who Didn't Hold Back Their Feelings About Jonah Hill And Lauren London's New Rom-Com "You People"
"It was a beautiful film that tackled so many aspects — identity, culture, race, and yes relationships."
- Kansas City Star
“You could hear her crying down the hall,” Nicole DeHaven said. “They had to hold her back. She kept saying, ‘I want to go home. I want to go home.’”
Jamie Lee Curtis, 64, posted a throwback topless magazine cover photo, saying “people post their minds,” and were “weird” about “older people” and “sexuality.”
- Giants Wire
Eli Manning says his daughter, Ava, learned some new words and hand gestures while attending the Giants-Eagles playoff game in Philly.
Fresh off wearing a red wrap blazer with a plunging neckline yesterday in London, Kate Middleton tried a cream bodycon dress while visiting the University of Leeds.
January has now been and gone and turned out to be a nice gift for investors. Battered by 2022’s bear, the tech-heavy Nasdaq, in particular, put in an excellent showing, seeing out the month ~11% into the green, in what amounted to its best start to a year since 2001. That signals the appetite for risk is on again and that will be good news for Cathie Wood, the ARK Investment CEO, whose investing style heavily favors disruptors - equities that are naturally positioned at the risky end of the sca
- NBC Sports Chicago
Tom Brady is hanging it up for good this time. His retirement will have ripple effects that will be felt across the NFL, including at Halas Hall.