Schoolboy Q and Kid Cudi have a new video for 'Dangerous' that'll make you think differently about violence and retaliation. The simple video follows the aftermath of a violent attack that grows tragic.
Kit Harington donated over $9K to a fundraiser that 'Game of Thrones' fans started in his name. The proceeds will go to the U.K. charity Royal Mencap Society, which helps people with learning disabilities in various areas of their lives.
While 29-year-old Daniel Desnoyers’s death will be recorded as another heartbreaking statistic in the increasing American suicide rate, his life illustrates an all too-common systemic failure by the U.S. health care system.
Ellie Goulding and Juice WRLD have connected for a new song about dead relationships. 'Hate Me' is about the feeling of anger that exes often get, when the love is over and moved on to another place.
The U.S. Women National Soccer Team is doing so well, they just might make it to the 2019 World Cup finals — but if they do, co-captain Megan Rapinoe says they’re not going to be celebrating at the “f--king White House.”
By Steve LackmeyerBusiness firstname.lastname@example.orgThe NRA is cutting ties with its longtime advertising agency Ackerman McQueen and also is ending operations at NRATV.The Oklahoma City firm has worked with the National Rifle Association for 38 years, but that relationship imploded over the past few months with lawsuits filed by both sides alleging fraudulent billings, betrayal, blackmail and lies.NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre posted a letter to members Wednesday morning on the organization’s website advising all live programing is being halted.“As many of you may know, we have been evaluating if our investment in NRATV is generating the benefits needed,” LaPierre wrote.
Mike Boynton is committed to following the recruiting trail, and this time, he expanded his search to Europe.Hidde Roessink, from Arnhem, The Netherlands, signed with the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team, OSU Athletics announced Wednesday.
By Tim WillertStaff email@example.comA woman who sought a protective order against a judge dropped her request Wednesday before a scheduled hearing could take place, court records show.In a petition for protective order, Stephanie L. Blanchard accused Oklahoma County District Judge Kendra Coleman of calling her an expletive and "striking me in the top of my head with a closed fist" during a June 11 confrontation outside a barn in Spencer where both women keep horses.Blanchard, though, filed court papers to dismiss the petition before Canadian County District Judge Paul Hesse could consider its merits.Two witnesses subpoenaed by Coleman's attorney told police the judge did not hit Blanchard, according to an incident report.Blanchard's attorney, Scott Adams, could not immediately be reached for comment Wednesday.Joe White, Coleman's attorney, told The Oklahoman "this thing should have never happened.
By George F. WillWASHINGTON — The doctrine that court precedents should have momentum for respect — the predictability of settled law gives citizens due notice of what is required or proscribed — is called stare decisis.
Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton went back on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a strained right knee, barely a week after returning from a series of setbacks that kept him out of action for almost three months.New York manager Aaron Boone said it's likely Stanton will be sidelined for longer than 10 days.The oft-injured outfielder was hurt this time on a headfirst slide against Toronto on Tuesday night.Trump calls out Rapinoe for comments about White House visitPresident Donald Trump called out U.S. women's national team co-captain Megan Rapinoe after a months-old video was posted on social media in which she used profanity when she said she wasn't going to the White House if the team wins the Women's World Cup."Megan should never disrespect our Country, the White House, or our Flag, especially since so much has been done for her & the team," Trump tweeted Wednesday.The president also tweeted that he will invite the U.S. team "win or lose.