YouTube announced that they are cutting all business ties with YouTube sensation Logan Paul after he uploaded a video showing a suicide victim and him appeared to make jokes about it.
WASHINGTON, January 89, 2017: As Pres. Trump’s administration’s first anniversary inches closer, it’s time to look back at how it has changed over the last nearly 12 months. More specifically how President Trump continues to reshuffle the deck when it comes to his administration. West Wing: January 2017 In what is not a surprise move by ...
Jon Gruden returns to the Raiders as head coach. He will be bringing along Greg Olson as his offensive coordinator. Paul Guenther will be his defensive coordinator with Rich Bisaccia as his special team
President Donald Trump is firing back after his former chief strategist Steve Bannon made some accusations against the Trump campaign in the book Fire and Fury.
LOS ANGELES, January 4, 2018: Music publisher Wixen Music Publishing Inc. has filed a lawsuit claiming the popular music streaming service Spotify is “streaming millions of unlicensed songs in what it calls massive, systemic copyright infringement,” according to several sources Wixen represents the rights of songwriters and publishers. The company is seeking $1.6B in damages from ...
Trump supporter and former Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke was temporarily suspended from Twitter, after he made what Twitter believed was threats of violence against the media.
The Iran government began cracking down on protesters who took part in massive, anti-government protests over the past weekend. Iranian officials have cut off public access to the internet, in hopes of ending these demonstrations.
President Trump terminated all remaining members of the the HIV/AIDS council known as PACHA. The council was designed to provide insight and recommendations on how best to tackle the health epidemic.
2018 will be a year full of blockbuster movies, as well as rebooted tv shows, and even some new real life dramas. In 2018 entertainment, there will be something for everyone.
Becoming effective in 2018, new laws in several states run the gamut from family leave to marijuana use, minimum wage increases and more stringent gun-related regulations.
Oregon state Court of Appeals, Thursday let stand $135,000 in damages levied against the owners of a Portland-area bakery for discrimination after they refused on religious grounds to prepare a wedding cake for a local lesbian couple.
Prosperity returns to America as Mastercard Inc. released a report saying that shares of department stores jumped this week after shoppers spent $800 billion during the season.
2017 movies brought the world an amazing number of films ranging from big-budget blockbusters to small-time indie films. Each month brought a major hit.
The gymnast, McKayla Maroney, alleges the organization sought to buy her silence in regards to her abuse by former team physician Larry Nassar.
A Wisconsin schoolgirl who tried to kill a classmate to win favor with a fictional horror character named Slender Man was sentenced on Thursday to 25 years in a mental facility.
John Schnatter, founder of pizza chain Papa John's, announced he is leaving his position as CEO of the company. It's still unclear why he stepped down.
The Senate voted along party lines after midnight Tuesday to pass a sweeping $1.5 trillion tax bill and is now sending to the House for a final vote.
Former Cardinal Bernard Law passed away in Rome. Law is best known for his role in covering up priest sexual abuse scandal.
Social media giant Twitter has begun purging far-right accounts but some of the better known far-right accounts are still active.
U.S. District Judge Bloom announces the trial of Esteban Santiago has been delayed to allow time for the DOJ to consider whether to seek the death penalty.