Roger Federer is withdrawing from this month’s Miami Open so he can spend extra time preparing to “work his way back out on tour,” his… Read More »Federer out of Miami Open; will train to ‘work his way back’
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Monday said President Biden supports the investigation into the sexual harassment allegations leveled against New York Gov. Andrew… Read More »Psaki says Biden backs probe of Cuomo harassment allegations, accusers deserve respect
Ohio Rep. Davidson considering run for Senate or governor, urges GOP to ‘pick a side’ on internal divide
Ohio Rep. Warren Davidson said on Saturday that he is considering running for either the Ohio governor or U.S. senator from Ohio in 2022, as… Read More »Ohio Rep. Davidson considering run for Senate or governor, urges GOP to ‘pick a side’ on internal divide
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Rona McDaniel denounced extremists groups, namely QAnon, Sunday saying members are not welcome in the GOP following the Capitol insurrection, but… Read More »RNC’s McDaniel denounces QAnon, White supremacy; calls on Democrats to do same for Antifa
Actress Abigail Breslin announced the death of her father on Friday. He died after contracting COVID-19.
Taylor Swift had no choice but to cancel the remaining dates of her ‘Lover Fest’ tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coming off a third straight NL East title and within one win of a spot in the World Series, the Atlanta Braves have extended the… Read More »Braves extend manager Brian Snitker through at least 2023
Deshaun Watson reportedly still wants to be traded from the Houston Texans even after meeting new head coach David Culley.