SFGATE, a local news outlet, took umbrage at some of Goop's suggestions for "what's new and great in San Francisco."
The Kharkiv Region Patrol Police said that its officers had to "improvise" in order to get the snake out of the apartment building.
Michael B. Jordan faced criticism when it was revealed that he had named his new rum J'Ouvert, after a pre-Carnival celebration that has roots in Nicki Minaj's native Trinidad and Tobago.
But the real reason is far more nefarious.
Yang has conceded in the race to become mayor of New York City. He topped polls for the Democratic primary early on, but lost his frontrunner status after a series of controversial statements.
A QAnon Telegram profile with 338,000 subscribers, which also shares neo-Nazi propaganda, is among those suggesting followers of the conspiracy theory became elected officials.
The medicine bottle lists cocaine, morphine and alcohol as ingredients, and was surprisingly frequently used in the 20th century.
A campaign is calling on Antelope Valley schools to cancel its contract, worth around $1.7 million a year, with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
One Simple Wish said it was working to upgrade its site after a single Reddit comment sparked a surge of support and donations for foster children.
Cuba's U.N. ambassador Pedro Luis Pedroso Cuesta called the U.S. embargo "an expression of hostility that denies the Cuban people their right to self-determination, the right to build and develop the political, economic and social model that Cuba has decided to create in a sovereign manner."
Americans want to be treated equally, just as American law requires. Officers and directors' faddish abandonment of that ideal simply doesn't square with our settled, national, moral consensus.
Though anticipated as perhaps "the most important religious liberty case in the last decade," Fulton v. City of Philadelphia left many unsatisfied.
Danielle Pierce, 24, from Texas, would spend more than $100 a week on booze, drinking wine, shots and cocktails. Then she went cold turkey, and the results were amazing.
Episode 3 of "Loki" seemingly confirms the Marvel favourite is a member of the LGBTQ+ community. The character's gender and sexuality have been addressed in several comics over the years.
Now that the final "The Suicide Squad" has dropped, fans are desperate to know everything about its soundtrack.
Microsoft's Xbox Series X remains sold out at most U.S retailers but, if you are lucky, you might be able to pick one up from Neweggg in its latest customer lottery.
"Too Hot To Handle" is the Netflix reality show which penalises love connections from contestants—and even costs them cash from the grand prize.
The L.A. Clippers lost 104-103 in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals against the Phoenix Suns after George missed the chance to seal the game.
Police said there were several pit bulls caged in the garage where the woman was found dead, with one cage toppled over at the scene of the alleged dog attack.
Two royal family members avoided speaking to Prince Harry in public at Prince Philip's funeral over his and Meghan Markle's Oprah Winfrey interview, according to a new biography.
Sharon Stone, who worked with Meryl Streep on Steven Soderbergh's 2019 Netflix film "The Laundromat," made the comments during a recently published interview with "Everything Zoomer."
President Joe Biden is set to unveil a multi-part strategy for combating gun violence in the United States as several major cities across the country have seen large crime surges and brace for further escalating violence through the summer.
Every GOP senator voted against the move to debate the For the People Act. After the filibuster, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said: "We will not let it die. This voter suppression cannot stand."
A U.S. Navy destroyer sailed through the sensitive waters of the Taiwan Strait for a sixth time under the Biden administration on Tuesday, drawing fresh criticism from China.
Tucker Carlson branded Don Lemon a "successful victim" who "runs away from diversity" during his Fox News show.
"Manifest" was in talks to continue on Netflix, but they have come to an end despite the fan campaign to #SaveManifest. Show stars Josh Dallas and Melissa Roxburgh were among those reacting.
The 2020 NBA champion was apprehended on Tuesday while trying to board a flight at Easterwood Airport in College Station, Texas.