The lyrics of "Killing in the Name" include many repetitions of the lines " "F**k you, I won't do what you tell me."
According to Stern, Cooper expressed concern about running as "another white male," before reportedly agreeing to be on the radio host's presidential ticket.
Addressing Clarkson's resurfaced comments, Spears said "in a world where bullying has been heartbreaking, I've had my share."
Radio host Steve Gruber said that the success of "Top: Gun: Maverick" is the "biggest warning" that "in November it's American pride that will be returning."
William and Kate broadcast a "Mental Health Minute" speech highlighting loneliness and the "importance of human relationships" ahead of the Sussexes' U.K visit.
Brosnahan spoke to Newsweek about her new Audible Original podcast series "The Miranda Obsession" and gave an update on Season 5 of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."
The KCXL radio station near Kansas City, Missouri, is paid $5,000 a month to air Radio Sputnik, a program funded by the Russian government.
Russians are trying to "make people think the war is lost," said Volodymyr Omelyan, a former minister of infrastructure in Ukraine.
"I didn't realize in the midst of the COVID conversations how much my situation was affecting my loved ones," said Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
"Why doesn't he go to another country?" Giuliani said of Eminem's Super Bowl performance. "I mean, go take a knee someplace else."
"My head's going to explode—it's insane. I don't know what they're talking about. Like, I'm old school," Stern said.
Chinese company Hytera allegedly conscripted then-employees of Motorola to steal trade secrets from the company and help them get ahead in the market.
Howard Stern appears to have blamed Meat Loaf's recent death on his purported stance against the COVID vaccine. The star's cause of death is yet to be revealed.
Actor Ben Affleck, whose divorce from Jennifer Garner was finalized in 2018, has stated that he drank heavily as he felt "trapped" in their ill-fated marriage.
The Republican senator also called health officials, including White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci, "COVID gods."
Chris Cuomo, who was fired from CNN on Saturday, promised listeners that he would be "back in touch with you all in the future."
A prankster has been praised for his ability to fool three radio hosts with a rant against liberal treatment of Republicans.
"All she wants to do is talk, talk, talk," said the Chicago radio host on-air about his new neighbor. After her reaction went viral, Sabina called into the show to give her side.
With her new album "Remember Her Name," singer Mickey Guyton is blazing a trail for black performers in country music.
Yoto Player is a kid-friendly speaker that can play audiobooks, radio and podcasts. The device is also a night-light, clock and education powerhouse.
On Wednesday, during an appearance on the Real Talk 93.3 radio show in St. Louis, Missouri, Stone was giving legal documents while answering a question regarding Trump's run in the forthcoming 2024 re-election.
On Monday, the late 62-year-old's friend and co-host of "Real Science Radio" Fred Williams announced his death on Facebook in a now-deleted post.
"Go f*** yourself. You had the cure and you wouldn't take it," the radio host said on his show this week.
The Michigan woman had spoken in favor of having a drag queen event at a local festival.
Elder, known to his fans as the "Sage of South Central," backed former President Donald Trump in 2020.
"You guys crushed it," Parkins said on air Thursday while thanking all contributors and donors, "We closed the food desert, we employed some kids and we built a permanent grocery store on the West Side of Chicago."