The NFL scouting combine kicked off a busy week with general managers and coaches talking up this year's crop of wide receivers and projected top overall draft pick Joe Burrow showing Cincinnati some love
Jif peanut butter and the people at GIPHY have teamed up to the settle the debate on whether GIF, an acronym for Graphic Interchange Form, is pronounced with a soft or hard “G.”
Pete Davidson Slams ’SNL,' Says He's Outgrown the Show Pete Davidson recently sat down with Charlamagne Tha God to talk about his future with ‘Saturday Night Live.’ The 26-year-old comedian admitted that he initially wanted 2019 to be his last season, calling the ‘SNL’ work environment “cutthroat.” Pete Davidson, via 'Entertainment Weekly' Davidson said he feels like he’s become a “weekend update [joke]” and that he never knows “whose side [they are] on.” Pete Davidson, via 'Entertainment Weekly' Combined with his lack of availability, Davidson confessed that he feels he’s done “as much as [he] can” for the show. Pete Davidson, via 'Entertainment Weekly'
Chris Matthews isn't one to freely dole out apologies, leading the New York Times to call one extended to Bernie Sanders "a moment of humility." The Hardball anchor had come under fire—with Sanders reportedly extremely bothered himself—over comments he made Saturday during MSNBC's coverage of the Nevada caucus,...
Birds of Prey (or, uh, Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey) earned $7 million in its third weekend. The floundering film lost 700 theaters and dropped 59% from last weekend’s holiday-inflated weekend. Cathy Yan and Christina Hodson’s $82 million, R-rated DC Films flick has earned $72.5 million in 17-days. That is about equal to Aquaman’s opening weekend. Forbes says the movie will get crushed by the Invisible Man next weekend. Forbes reports that 'Birds of Prey's $173 million global box office is nothing to sing about.
No clarity, but more potential threads to follow in the case of Lori Vallow, the Idaho mother arrested in Hawaii last week in connection with the disappearance of her two children. The first thread comes via the ex-husband of Vallow's niece, who filed paperwork in an Arizona court last week...
Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has scheduled his Pro Day workout for April 9, one month after he says he will be cleared to resume full football activities
Amazon Opens a Full-Size, Cashier-less Grocery Store Known as Amazon Go Grocery, the flagship store opened on Tuesday in the Seattle neighborhood of Capital Hill. The 10,500 square foot store utilizes the same technology as the smaller Amazon Go stores around the country. Customers scan a bar code on their smartphones at a turnstile when entering. They then do their shopping. Once they're finished, customer exit the store, bypassing the standard checkout process. While smaller than a typical grocery store, Amazon Go Grocery stocks 5,000 items. Products range from fresh meats to produce, meals on the go, alcoholic beverages and household goods. Amazon is also opening a grocery store without the Go technology in Woodland Hills, CA. The details of this store are unknown. Other chains are also racing into the cashier-less market. 7-Eleven opened its first such store in Irving, TX.
In a Washington Post op-ed, Catherine Rampell writes that there's a decent chance a "proven socialist" will be in the White House after the 2020 election. No, not Bernie Sanders. "I'm referring to the one who already occupies the White House," writes Rampell. Yes, she makes the case that President...
Actor, comedian, and musician Jack Black has endorsed Elizabeth Warren for President of the United States. The comedic celebrity said he’s “all in” for Warren in an endorsement shared on Twitter. Black’s celebrity backing comes as Democrats prepare for their next battle in Saturday’s South Carolina primary. Warren's campaign needs Black's endorsement. She is in an unstoppable downward spiral. She's fifth in North and South Carolina. She's forth in California and Texas. She's losing in her home state of Massachusetts. And in the RealClear Politics betting odds she's in sixth place with 2.2%.