- PoliticsNBC News
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The Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, John Roberts, fell last month and required an overnight stay in the hospital, a Supreme Court spokeswoman confirmed to Deadline on Tuesday. The Washington Post broke the story. Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized overnight last month after injuring his head in a fall https://t.co/VxH0foaJju -- The […]
ESPN said it would cancel its flagship morning radio program, "Golic & WIngo," while bringing Mike Greenberg, half of the team that helped the Disney sports-media giant carve a bigger business in the audio world, back to the medium as part of a reworking of its national lineup. Greenberg, who spent 17 years with co-host […]
- U.S.Miami Herald
The woman was trying to make contact with Russian government officials “to request resettlement in a country that would not extradite her to the United States,” prosecutors said.
The Kylie Cosmetics owner is speaking out against an accusation that recently surfaced on Twitter.
- SportsBusiness Insider
Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson were criticized for wearing face masks early in the pandemic. Here's what changed.
Though masks don't provide full protection, health officials urge the public to wear them to prevent virus spread.
- EntertainmentNBC News
Disneyland's closure is devastating local businesses. But some still say the park should not open yet.
"Once we open the theme parks, California is open to the whole world. The date doesn’t matter. What matters is, are we ready to be safe?” said one local union leader.