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Max Scherzer got checked 3 times in 4 innings for foreign substances and then delivered a death stare to Phillies manager Joe Girardi who was ejected
Max Scherzer was not happy after getting checked three times for sticky stuff against the Phillies.
- The Week
Britney Spears' father is reportedly living in an RV in Louisiana despite a $16,000/month salary as her conservator
Simone Biles says she faces an unfair disadvantage in scoring because she's 'already way ahead of everybody'
"I'm almost 99.9% sure if any other athlete were to do it besides me, they would give it correct credit," Biles said in "Simone vs Herself."
- Yahoo News
President Biden continues to hold a higher approval rating than former President Donald Trump ever recorded in office, polls show. But the public's support for the new president appears to be weakening as his agenda has stalled in Congress.
The comedian hasn't given a definitive answer about whether he will return to "SNL" but he did say that it's time for new talent to "shine."
2-year-old Eliza died of cancer after millions followed her journey on TikTok, mom Kate Hudson announced
Hudson posted on Instagram that her daughter Eliza had died of cancer. Hudson and her fiancé documented their treatment journey on TikTok.
Pete Davidson says he doesn't know if he'd still be working if he had been on any show besides 'SNL' while struggling with his mental health
The 27-year-old stand-up comedian became a cast member on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" seven years ago.
- Miami Herald
A federal inmate who may have been high on drugs threatened to slug a correctional officer before being pepper sprayed, and then he ran directly into a concrete wall — an impact that led to his death from a head injury, according to sources familiar with the incident at a Miami lockup.
A bride on TikTok says people are criticizing her for trying to cut costs at her wedding by using fake flowers and forgoing a traditional cake
Sian Taylor is bucking tradition at her wedding to save money: She won't have a wedding cake or send save-the-dates, and she'll use fake flowers.
- The Telegraph
Egyptian police on Tuesday arrested a Tiktok star who has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for her posts on social media. Haneen Hossam, a 20-year-old Cairo University student who became an influencer on video sharing app Tiktok, was sentenced in absentia on Sunday alongside four others. While all five were fined 2,000 Egyptian pounds (£9,160) for encouraging women to share videos in exchange for money, which Egyptian authorities equated to human trafficking, Ms Hossam received a harsher
- Miami Herald
In his continued push against the “indoctrination” of students, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday signed legislation that will require public universities and colleges to survey students, faculty and staff about their beliefs and viewpoints to support “intellectual diversity.”
The iconic actress is known for "The Devil Wears Prada" and "Mamma Mia," but of her 74 films, critics preferred "Everybody Knows... Elizabeth Murray."
Wolfgang Puck said he mistook Ariana Grande for a student before she asked him to go to a karaoke bar with her
Wolfgang Puck said he thought Ariana Grande was a student on a day off from school, and he questioned whether she was old enough to drink alcohol.
- LA Times
L.A. session drummer extraordinaire Russ Kunkel on working with his friend 'Joan' and what people don't realize about her musical chops.
- Business Insider
The DOJ's top national security official seriously considered resigning amid Trump's pressure to overturn the election
John Demers told The Wall Street Journal that there was a "real chance" he was going to resign in early January.
- The Telegraph
Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, has used the anniversary of the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union to lash out at Nato’s expansion in Europe in a clear message to Ukraine. The Russian leader, in an opinion piece published by Germany’s Die Zeit newspaper on Tuesday, exactly 80 years after Nazi troops invaded the Soviet Union, criticised the expansion of Nato as threatening Russia’s security and fostering “Cold War-era dividing lines” in Europe. Moscow has been rattled by the fact that forme
Commissioner Roger Goodell quickly set the tone for reactions to the NFL's first openly gay player: 'Representation matters'
Roger Goodell was joined by players, teams, and fans across the NFL in supporting Carl Nassib's decision to come out.
From sleep deprivation and bugs to boredom and anxiety, "Survivor" competitors told us the worst parts of being on the hit reality series.
THEN AND NOW: How the 'Fast and the Furious' cast has changed since the first movie was released 20 years ago
The first "Fast and the Furious" movie premiered 20 years ago. With the ninth movie out June 25, see how the cast has changed since the first film.
- Charlotte Observer
Abortion is not a ‘choice’ when you live 200 miles from the nearest clinic or can’t afford to pay for healthcare. (NC Voices)