• U.S.
    HuffPost

    Madison Cawthorn Lied About Crash That Partially Paralyzed Him, Pal Says

    The right-wing star claimed his friend left him to die in a "fiery tomb." The friend told The Washington Post he pulled Cawthorn from the wreck.

  • Entertainment
    The AV Club

    Here are the winners from the 2021 Golden Globe Awards

    Everything is weird all the time these days, and the Golden Globes are always a weird awards show (TV and movies and a secret society of international movie bloggers?!), so the 2021 Golden Globes ceremony was destined to be an especially weird night of dancing around various controversies and social issues, handing out trophies, and seeing what carefully selected decorative vases and books are in view of celebrities’ webcams—but, really, those controversies are going to be on the forefront of everyone’s thoughts tonight.

  • Celebrity
    HuffPost

    Jason Bateman Spends Golden Globes Night At Jennifer Aniston's House

    The "Ozark" nominee set up shop at the "Friends" alum's abode with his daughters, and Aniston made a brief cameo.

  • Lifestyle
    Dr. Phil CBS

    Parents Say After Honor Student, Musician Teen Son Died, They Learned He Had Fentanyl In His System

    Bridgette and Tom say their son, Devin, was an athlete, honor student and musician, whose life tragically ended after allegedly taking a pill that they say contained fentanyl. “We found out from the toxicology report that he had pure fentanyl in his system,” says Bridget. Devin’s sister adds, “I think if Devon knew what was in that pill, I don’t think he would have taken it.” Hear how the family discovered Devin had died in the video above. Dr. Laura Berman and her husband, Sam Chapman, recently suffered a similar loss when their 16-year-old son, Sammy, died of an accidental overdose. The couple started a Facebook group called Parents for Safer Children where they connected with Bridgette and Tom. On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, “Celebrity TV Doctor Warns Parents after Son’s Quarantine Overdose,” watch more about these tragic stories. And, check local listings to see where you can tune in. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Are you involved in a story making headlines?

  • U.S.
    Yahoo News

    2nd Democrat calls for investigation of DeSantis's vaccine distribution

    Democrats call for a new investigation of Ron DeSantis.

  • Entertainment
    TVLine.com

    American Idol Recap: A Dreamgirl Moves Lionel Richie to Tears, Plus More of the Best Auditions From Week 3

    While Hollywood was handing out Golden Globes on Sunday, the American Idol judges were handing out golden tickets to Hollywood. And if we’re talking about gold, no one glittered quite like the final singer of the night, 19-year-old Ronda Felton. After sharing her life story, a difficult upbringing of poverty and strife, she wiped away […]

  • Politics
    The Telegraph

    Joe Biden calls for investigation after second woman accuses New York governor Cuomo of sexual misconduct

    A second ex-employee of powerful New York state Governor Andrew Cuomo has accused him of sexual harassment, charges the governor denied on Saturday. This time the allegations came from 25-year-old former health adviser Charlotte Bennett, who told The New York Times that the governor sexually harassed her in the spring of 2020. According to Ms Bennett, the 63-year-old politician said in June that he was open to dating women in their 20s, and asked her if she thought age made a difference in romantic relationships, the Times reported. While Mr Cuomo never tried to touch her, "I understood that the governor wanted to sleep with me, and felt horribly uncomfortable and scared," Ms Bennett told the paper. Ms Bennett said that she spoke to Mr Cuomo's chief of staff and legal counsel after the alleged incident, who transferred her to another post in another building. Ms Bennett was happy with the new job and decided not to insist on an investigation. Joe Biden, the US president, supports an independent investigation into the allegations against Mr Cuomo, said his press secretary, Jen Psaki, after New York mayor Bill de Blasio called for one. “There should be an independent review looking into these allegations, and that’s certainly something he supports and we believe should move forward as quickly as possible,” Ms. Psaki said on CNN’s State of the Union. Mr Cuomo became a national star last spring with his straight-talking yet empathetic coronavirus briefings that contrasted sharply with then-president Donald Trump's dismissive approach to the pandemic. But the harassment allegations come as he faces a growing storm over his handling of the coronavirus in nursing homes in his state. In a statement Saturday, Mr Cuomo said he "never made advances toward Ms Bennett nor did I ever intend to act in any way that was inappropriate." He said he wanted instead to support Ms Bennett, who had told him that she was a sexual assault survivor. Mr Cuomo, who appears to have agreed to allow New York's Attorney General Leticia James order an independent inquiry, apologised for being "insensitive or too personal." New York's governor said he never intended to offend, but conceded that his actions could have been misinterpreted as flirtation. "At work sometimes I think I am being playful and make jokes good-natured are funny. I do, on occasion, tease people in what I think is a good natured way," he said. "I do it in public and in private. You have seen me do it at briefings hundreds of times. I have teased people about their personal lives, their relationships, about getting married or not getting married. I mean no offence and only attempt to add some levity and banter to what is a very serious business." The governor, whose third term expires at the end of 2022, called for "a full and thorough outside review" of these charges, led by a former federal judge. "I ask all New Yorkers to await the findings of the review so that they know the facts before making any judgments," he added. This is the second time in a week that the Democratic governor, who has led New York state for 10 years, has been accused of sexual harassment. On Wednesday, another ex-adviser, Lindsey Boylan, said in a blog that he had harassed her when she was working for his administration, from 2015 to 2018. Ms Boylan, 36, alleged that the governor had given her an unsolicited kiss on the lips, suggested that she play strip poker with him and went "out of his way to touch me on my lower back, arms and legs". "For those wondering what it's like to work for the Cuomo admin, read @LindseyBoylan's story," Ms Bennett wrote in a re-tweet of Ms Boylan's post. Mr Cuomo's office said in a statement that Ms Boylan's "claims of inappropriate behaviour are quite simply false".