The election of Joe Biden was splashed across the front pages of newspapers in the United States and around the world on Sunday, a day after major media outlets called the 2020 presidential race in Biden's favor. Many front pages featured images of Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris, who made history as the first woman, first Black person and first Asian American to be elected to the vice presidency. And virtually none of them included President Trump, who has yet to concede the race.
Here’s one more reason to get excited for the return of "Saved by the Bell": The 2020 reboot of the classic ‘90s sitcom will address one of Bayside High’s juiciest storylines — that time that Jessie Spano got hooked on caffeine pills.
The Weeknd’s absence from all Grammy nominations in a year that he dominated the music scene and the charts has astonished nearly all observers, and the artist himself has leveled an accusation of corruption against the Recording Academy. “The Grammys remain corrupt,” he wrote on social media. “You owe me, my fans and the industry […]
"One Day at a Time" has been canceled at Pop. This now marks the second cancelation for the reboot of the classic 1975 Norman Lear sitcom of the same name. "One Day at a Time" was originally canceled at Netflix in early 2019 after three seasons. Pop rescued the show a few months later and […]
Fox News has settled a lawsuit filed by the family of Seth Rich, the slain Democratic National Committee staffer who became the center of right-wing conspiracies about hacked emails. Joel and Mary Rich filed the suit over a May 2017 story that claimed their son had leaked thousands of DNC emails to Wikileaks before his […]