Six years ago today, Ray Allen hit one of the most iconic shots in NBA Finals history. On the brink of elimination while trailing the San Antonio Spurs 95-92 in the waning seconds of Game 6, Chris Bosh
Thomas Bower told BrewDog that he believed he'd been the victim of sex discrimination. One of the most underrated subreddits is r/AmITheAsshole, which does exactly what its not-safe-for-work URL implies:
New York (CNN Business) — A Connecticut judge on Tuesday sanctioned right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, who is being sued by families of the Sandy Hook victims for his past claims that the 2012
The NBA season is over, and we’re still a few days away from the 2019 NBA Draft, which means it’s time for… another LeBron vs. Michael Jordan debate on daytime sports television. Lakers legend Shaquille
Maybe you’ve killed a Deathclaw or two. Perhaps you’ve finished a Fallout game in Survival mode, or made it out alive in Dead Money. Or, maybe you’ve managed to protect all of Preston Garvey’s settlements.
Box Office: Hollywood Can't Afford To Play It Safe With Politically Toothless Revamps Like 'Men In Black' And 'Shaft'
There was a Hollywood Reporter expose yesterday afternoon concerning the grim fate that befell Men in Black: International. The Sony release, which may still break even due to its responsible $110 million
Caddie Brennan Little celebrates his second major win, only this time he skipped sneaking out to play the course
It has been quite a week for Gary Woodland, from winning his first career major on Sunday at the U.S. Open, to a whirlwind media blitz that included a very cool visit with the inspirational Amy Bockerstette.
French anti-corruption police have arrested former UEFA President Michel Platini in a case related to "Qatargate" — the ongoing investigations into how Qatar was awarded the 2022 World Cup. Platini is