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In his first State of the Union address, Donald Trump‘s calls for unity were enthusiastically applauded by Republicans thrilled by his tax plan and greeted with indifference by Democrats, alienated by his policies and combative messages. At the start of the speech, delivered to a joint session of Congress, Trump said, “I call upon all of […]

Donald Trump‘s first State of the Union address is set for tonight. There’s only one problem — tickets to the big event issued by the House of Representatives have the word “Union” misspelled as “Uniom.” Instead of letting the mistake slide, lawmakers from both sides of the aisles tweeted photos of the faux pas along […]

Cardi B is dragging her feet toward the wedding chapel. She and fiancé Offset have delayed wedding plans. Cardi blamed their hectic schedules, (quote) “We’re really into our careers. We are really workaholics.” Her ideal wedding would happen in autumn. But there’s a chance of touring late this year or “putting out an album.” Cardi admitted there’s enough hours […]

Jay-Z has 99 problems and now President Trump is one on Twitter. The president lashed out at the Grammy-winning rapper Sunday morning after he said in a CNN interview that Trump’s comment about African countries was “hurtful” and questioned his claims about creating jobs for blacks. Jay said it’s especially disappointing because the words come from the leader of the free […]

The 2018 Grammy Awards have just wrapped up. Bruno Mars, Kendrick Lamar and Chris Stapleton got the most wins. Here’s a list of all the winners: Record of the Year: Bruno Mars “24K Magic” Album of the Year: Bruno Mars 24K Magic  Song of the Year: (Award goes to songwriter(s). Artist names in parentheses.) “That’s What I Like” Christopher Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence, Bruno Mars, Ray Charles […]

We’re a little over 48 hours away from the kick-off of 60th Annual Grammy Awards. Jay-Z leads the pack with eight nods including biggies Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Rap Album. Kendrick Lamar follows with seven nods, Bruno Mars has six. And then there’s SZA — the most Grammy-nominated woman of the year with five nominations, tied with male artists Khalid and Childish Gambino. […]

Suge Knight‘s former legal team is now getting a good look at jail from the inside. Two lawyers who represented the former music mogul in his 2015 murder case have been arrested and charged with bribing witnesses in the case. Attorneys Matthew Fletcher and Thaddeus Culpepper are being held on $1 million bail for allegedly trying to pay off witnesses […]

LeBron James has enjoyed many milestones in his career and last night he became the youngest player in NBA history to score 30,000 career points. King James hit a jump shot in the first quarter of the Cavaliers’ loss to the Spurs last night and became just the seventh player to join the exclusive 30,000 point […]

A group of armed militants stormed the offices of a British-run children’s charity in Afghanistan today, killing at least two people and wounding a dozen. Just days after militants killed as many as 43 people at a hotel in Kabul, the offices of the Save the Children charity were attacked in the city of Jalalabad. […]

Last night, Bill Cosby returned to the stage for an hour of “comedy.” For several years, Cosby has kept a low profile beyond those days he’s required to appear in court. More than four-dozen women have accused him of sexual misconduct. Cosby goes back on trial in April on aggravated indecent assault charges in the drugging and […]

A politically-charged 19-year-old Michigan man is in custody after he allegedly made several calls to CNN and threatened to kill the on-air staff in Atlanta. Brandon Griesemer made 22 calls to CNN over two days and several were recorded. In one call he said, “Fake news. I’m coming to gun you all down” and “I am […]

A bipartisan group of moderate senators tried to end the government shutdown on Sunday, but failed to come up with a workable compromise on the hot-button issues of immigration and spending. Shortly after 9 p.m. ET Sunday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said, “We have yet to reach an agreement on a path forward that would be […]