From the Rolling Stones to Rihanna, artists are finding new ways to make the president stop playing their music at campaign events.
- BusinessCar and Driver
The high-performance Raptor was notably absent from the 2021 F-150 pickup reveal, but here's what's coming.
- U.S.ABC News
Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial, often called “the granddaddy of all Confederate monuments,” is once again at the center of an ongoing debate over a symbol that some see as a shrine of southern American heritage, and others see as a depiction of white supremacy etched into stone. The fight over the monument, which is located in Dekalb County, Georgia, is unfolding as the U.S. grapples with civil unrest following the recent Black Lives Matter protests. Cities are being forced to reckon with a dark history, facing growing pressure to confront the racist past of confederate leaders honored in monuments across the country.
- SportsNBC News
Some have shared photos of lovely views and elaborate in-room setups, but most don't seem to be getting the "Most Magical Place On Earth" vibes.
- PoliticsBusiness Insider
"Not to be hyperbolic about it — it really is the perfect storm and [an] infectious disease and public health person's worst nightmare," Fauci said.
As He Considers Punishment For WR DeSean Jackson’s Anti-Semitic Remarks, Eagles Owner Jeffrey Lurie Makes ‘The Meaning Of Hitler’ His First Film Documentary
UPDATED EXCLUSIVE: While NFL players debate the severity of punishment that might come the way of Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson for tweeting anti-Semitic comments and evoking Adolf Hitler in a widely derided social media rant, team owner Jeffrey Lurie coincidentally launched his new production company Play/Action Pictures with what might be an ideal teaching […]
- U.S.The Telegraph
Actor Robert De Niro has claimed the coronavirus has decimated his finances and he “may only make” $7.5 million (£6m) this year, as he fought in court to limit his estranged wife’s expenses. The Irishman star’s former partner, Grace Hightower, has claimed in divorce proceedings taking place in Manhattan, New York, that De Niro “unfairly” cut her monthly credit card allowance from $100,000 to $50,000. Lawyers for De Niro, 76, say he reduced Ms Hightower’s American Express card limit because he has taken a huge financial hit as Nobu and Greenwich Hotel, two restaurant chains he has stakes in, were forced to close or partially close during the Covid-19 lockdown. He also says he has been limited in his acting work by the virus. Caroline Krauss, his attorney, said a film project that he was scheduled to begin filming this summer in Oklahoma has been put on hold. Ms Hightower, 64, a singer and actress, also alleged that she and their children had been banned from an upstate New York estate where De Niro is staying during the pandemic.