The actor looks back at his controversial character in the 1986 comedy, which recently celebrated its 35th anniversary.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced his $100 billion California Comeback Plan, which is aimed at helping the state bounce back from the economic impact stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. Released on Monday, the outlined plan includes the largest state rebate tax in U.S. history at nearly $12 billion. The California Comeback Plan majorly expands the […]
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Home security camera footage shows that the owner of a Tesla got into the driver's seat of the car shortly before a deadly crash in suburban Houston, according to a government report Monday. The National Transportation Safety Board said it's still investigating the crash. A computer that records air bag and seat belt status as well as speed and acceleration was damaged and is being examined at an NTSB lab.
Yahoo Sports recaps the three longest home runs from the week of May 3rd utilizing statcast data
The dominoes continue to fall for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. In protest of the ongoing controversy surrounding the lack of diversity within the HFPA’s membership, Tom Cruise has returned the three Golden Globe trophies he earned for “Born on the Fourth of July” (best actor, drama), “Jerry Maguire” (best actor, comedy or musical), and […]
“How It Ends,” a serene apocalyptic comedy from partners Zoe Lister-Jones and Daryl Wein, has been acquired by MGM’s American International Pictures label. The film was an official selection at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, written and directed by Lister-Jones who produced with Wein. American International Pictures will release the project in theaters and on […]
The Mayim Bialik and Jim Parsons comedy “Call Me Kat” is getting a second season at Fox, the media conglomerate announced today. The multi-cam sitcom stars Emmy Award nominee Bialik, Emmy Award winner and Golden Globe nominee Swoosie Kurtz, Grammy Award nominee Cheyenne Jackson, Emmy Award winner Leslie Jordan, Image Award nominee Kyla Pratt and […]
Laverne Cox has been tapped as the new face of the red carpet for E! The NBCUniversal-owned cabler has tapped the “Orange Is the New Black” star to serve as host of the “Live From E!” franchise for the cabler that is known for its extensive coverage of the preamble to awards shows and festivals. […]
Friday saw the first snag in President Biden’s economic recovery efforts, with only 266,000 jobs — less than a third of what had been expected — gained throughout the course of April.
Legendary trainer Bob Baffert insisted he was innocent of wrongdoing on Monday in the wake of the failed drugs test against Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit that has left US racing in turmoil.
deGrom lasted five innings in his first start since returning from lat inflammation, and a day later he's headed to the IL.
Sky on Monday launched high-end TV series “Domina,” which examines Roman history through a female prism, toplining Kasia Smutniak (“Perfect Strangers,” “Devils”) as Livia Drusilla, the politically astute third wife of Emperor Augustus and mother of Emperor Tiberius, who managed to exert great power at a time of crisis for the Roman Empire. The Comcast-owned paybox […]
In remarks at the White House on Monday, President Biden touted the American Rescue Plan and defended his policies since taking office, saying “Our economic plan is working.”
"I'm going to be meeting with President Putin, and so far there is no evidence based on, from our intelligence people, that Russia is involved, although there's evidence that the actors' ransomware is in Russia," Biden said. "They have some responsibility to deal with this."
A U.S. Coast Guard ship fired about 30 warning shots after 13 vessels from Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy (IRGCN) came close to it and other American Navy vessels in the Strait of Hormuz, the Pentagon said on Monday. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said the warning shots were fired after the Iranian fast boats came as close as 150 yards (450 feet) of six U.S. military vessels that were escorting the guided-missile submarine Georgia. The U.S. coast guard cutter fired the warning shots from a .50 caliber machine gun before the Iranian vessels left, Kirby said.
Rory McIlroy climbed back into the top 10 in the Official World Golf Rankings following his first win in 18 months, and knocked Brooks Koepka out of that group in the process. McIlroy's one-shot victory at the Wells Fargo Championship vaulted him up six spots to No. 7 after having fallen to his lowest ranking in a decade. Koepka, who missed the cut at the Masters in his only event since a March knee procedure, fell two spots to No. 12.
NBC will not air the Golden Globes in 2022, the network said in a statement on Monday morning. This means the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will now have to decide how or if it will move forward next year without its broadcast partner, or more swiftly enact changes demanded by industry leaders regarding the org’s […]
Novak Djokovic said Monday that the recent run of Masters 1000 titles won by NextGen players is clear evidence that "change is coming" at the top of men's tennis and his position as world number one is under threat.
It's shaping up to be a battle over fast-food workers. Burrito chain Chipotle Mexican Grill threw its hat in the ring on Monday, announcing that it plans to hire 20,000 more employees as fast-food chains scramble to reopen dining rooms now that the health crisis has eased. In order to lure workers to its restaurants, Chipotle is bumping-up its average hourly wage to $15 by the end of June, but pay could go as high as $18 an hour.In addition, Chipotle is offering a $200 employee referral bonus for crew members and $750 for apprentices or general managers. It is not alone in its efforts. Several U.S. chains, including the biggest of them all, McDonald's, are adding benefits or running hiring events in attempt to lure new employees. Some business leaders say they are facing a worker shortage, even though there are still millions of Americans out of work. There is a debate over the reason why. Extra jobless benefits are being blamed for keeping lower-wage workers at home, lack of adequate child care is another factor believed to be a cause and then there are some Americans who might still feel it is not yet safe to go back to work.