Yahoo! Mail Class Action Lawsuit Forthcoming, Judge Rules

Yahoo! Mail users since 2011 will be able to join a class-action lawsuit, a California judge has determined. According to the Express, Yahoo! Mail users may have been subject to Yahoo! Mail personnel gaining information from individual emails to be used for advertising purposes. United States District Judge Lucy Koh, on the bench in San […]

Amy Poehler: ‘Inside Out’ A Joy To Make

Amy Poehler is taking pride in her latest film, the animated Inside Out. According to the Houston Chronicle, even though Poehler was the last voice cast, Poehler’s portrayal as Joy was, well, joyful. Poehler’s performance was full of energy and passion, almost to an annoying degree, but not quite. “My biggest fear, or I guess […]

Evernote CEO Looking To Be Replaced Soon As Possible

Evernote CEO Phil Libin has stated his company is looking for his replacement. Fortune is reporting that Libin, CEO of the upstart “unicorn” tech company since 2007, is looking for a new CEO to spark the company. Evernote needs “someone who is going to be better than me at it,” said Libin. “I’m a product […]

Heart Attack Risks Reduced By Eating Chocolate, But Doctors Aren’t Sure Why

Heart attack risks can be reduced with the consumption of chocolate, doctors say; they’re just not sure why. According to Forbes, the heart attack study done by the EPIC-Norfolk group with about 21,000 participants, which studied connections between diet and long-term health regarding heart attacks. Researchers at the University of Aberdeen found that those who […]

BREAKING NEWS: Foo Fighters Cancel Remainder Of European Tour Due To Dave Grohl’s Broken Leg

Foo Fighters have just recently announced that, because of Dave Grohl’s broken leg, the remainder of their European tour, including the Glastonbury Festival, has been cancelled. Grohl, in an open letter to the many disappointed fans, told what exactly happened, according to Rolling Stone. “Wound up feet first over the Edge (pun intended), dropping about […]

Pancreatic Cancer: Sir John Hurt ‘More Than Optimistic’ About Diagnosis

Sir John Hurt has confirmed he is suffering from pancreatic cancer, but is quite upbeat about his prognosis. According to the Guardian, the 75-year-old actor famous for his roles in The Elephant Man and, more recently, as the War Doctor in Doctor Who, released a statement regarding his condition. “I have recently been diagnosed with […]

The Who Played ‘My Generation’ And ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’ Joined By Springsteen

The Who have played “My Generation” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again” numerous times, but never with The Boss onstage. According to NJ, Bruce Springsteen came on stage at 9:22 p.m. at the Best Buy Theatre in New York City during the MusiCares special benefit concert. Springsteen was there to present The Who guitarist Pete Townsend […]

Back Pain Causes Often Misdiagnosed By Sufferers

Many back pain sufferers claim they know what causes their back pain. However, there could be numerous reasons. According to the Business Insider, a recent study of 999 patients was done. About two-thirds of sufferers feel the back pain causes is an immediate cause-and-effect, meaning that the injury occurs when the back pain happens. While […]

Climber’s Body Found On Mount Rainier, Search For Kyle Bufis Suspended

A climber’s body, found on Mount Rainier, caused the suspension of the search for climber Kyle Bufis. According to NBC News, the National Park Service has suspended the search for Bufis when an unidentified climber’s body, found near the summit where Bufis was last seen, was located. Bufis was lost around 9 a.m. on Thursday […]

New Gift Cards Exchange: Turn In Your Guns For Gift Cards In Santa Barbara

You can now get new gift cards for your old guns in Santa Barbara, California. According to KEYT 12, Santa Barbara police are offering a new gift card incentive program in cooperation with the Coalition Against Gun Violence. This is the second time that the two have paired up to get guns off the streets […]

CIA’s 9/11 Report Declassified: CIA Investigation Unsatisfactory, No Evidence Of Saudi Involvement

The CIA’s 9/11 report has just been declassified and released, and there are few surprises. CNN is reporting that the Office of the Inspector General of the CIA, who investigated the CIA’s handling of the investigation into the 9/11 attacks and finished their investigation in 2005, declassified and released their report 10 years to the […]

Shows Cancelled: Foo Fighters Cancel Two Sweden Shows Due To Dave Grohl’s Leg Break

The Foo Fighters had two shows cancelled because of an injury lead singer Dave Grohl sustained. He did, however, gallantly finish the show where he broke his leg. Time Magazine is reporting that while performing at Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden, during the second song, Grohl fell off the stage and suffered an injury. While […]

Christopher Lee Continues To Receive Posthumous Accolades From Friends And Co-Workers

Christopher Lee passed away on Sunday, June 7. Since his passing, Lee has continued to receive accolades from far across the world even six days after his death. According to the BBC, Lee’s old friend, Sir Roger Moore, posted a message on his Twitter page. “It’s terrible when you lose an old friend, and Christopher […]

Emma Watson: ‘Regression’ Teams Her With Fellow ‘Harry Potter’ Alum David Thewlis

Emma Watson is branching out with the new horror flick Regression, which teams Watson up with a Harry Potter alum. Watson, 25, will team up with actor David Thewlis, 52, who played the character Professor Remus Lupin to Watson’s Hermoine Granger in five of the Harry Potter films, in the new horror film Regression, set […]

Should Abby Wambach Come Off The Bench For The Rest Of The Women’s World Cup?

Abby Wambach is one of the most recognizable faces in women’s soccer. Many are calling, however, for Wambach to come off the bench. Team USA is reporting that Wambach, one of the most decorated players in women’s soccer history, would like to add one more to the Olympic gold medals, FIFA player of the year, […]

Waylon Jennings Tribute Concert Set For July 6 in Austin, Texas

Waylon Jennings’ life and music will be celebrated on a very special night. Rolling Stone is reporting that a number of country music’s greatest names will converge on Austin’s Moody Theater for a one-night tribute to one of music’s original “bad men.” The concert, currently titled Outlaw: Celebrating the Music of Waylon Jennings will also […]

Campaign suspended: ‘Run Warren Run’ Campaign Suspends Operations June 8

The “Run Warren Run” campaign has suspended operations, but are still claiming victory. Raw Story is reporting that though the campaigns never did convince the person at the heart of the campaign, Senator Elizabeth Warren, to run for president, the “Run Warren Run” campaign, suspended though it may be, feels like it has performed a […]

Evan Mathis Released By Philadelphia Eagles

Evan Mathis has gone from looking for a new contract to looking for a new job. ESPN is reporting that the Philadelphia Eagles have officially released Mathis, 33, after the second consecutive offseason where Mathis skipped the Eagles’ Organized Team Activities (OTA’s) in an attempt to force the Eagles into contract renegotiations. Those activities were […]

Social Security Disability Overpaid By $17 Billion Over A 10-Year Period

Social Security Disability is in more trouble than it thought. According to Fox News, Social Security’s Inspector General performed an audit last year, and found that for the last 10 years, Social Security Disability paid in excess of $17 billion, but was able to recoup only $8.1 billion after the error was discovered. The audit […]

Making A Comeback? Crystal Pepsi Is, But It’s Just Not Clear When

Is Crystal Pepsi making a comeback? There is a movement hoping it will be making a comeback. The Huffington Post is reporting that the whole effort is the result of one man who is a huge fan of Crystal Pepsi. Kevin Strahle, a competitive eater and YouTube celebrity who goes by L.A. Beast on Twitter, […]

‘Crass Exploitation’: Bob Costas Slams ESPY Choice For Arthur Ashe Award

Bob Costas’ claims of “crass exploitation” in regard to Caitlyn Jenner hit a lot of raw nerves. Costas’ claim is in reference to Jenner receiving the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage at the ESPY awards in July, according to While being interviewed on the Dan Patrick Radio Show, Costas, in a carefully crafted statement, […]

Kellen Winslow, Jr., Antonio Cromartie Engage In Twitter Scuffle

Kellen Winslow, Jr. hasn’t played football since playing with the Jets in 2013. Winslow may want to find a job soon. The Washington Times is reporting that Winslow and Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie are engaging in a Twitter war. The situation began during the Jets’ organized team activities when Cromartie grabbed a dead microphone and […]

USA vs Germany: Americans Defeat Defending World Cup Champs, 2-1

In the USA vs. Germany soccer match, the Americans surprised the defending German national team, winning 2-1 in a men’s friendly match in RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne, Germany. According to the Bleacher Report, the American national team came from behind for the second consecutive game. Last Friday, the Americans fell behind to the Netherlands national team, 3-1, […]

Dellavedova Released From Cleveland Clinic, Says He Will Be Ready For Game 4

Matt Dellavedova of the Cleveland Cavaliers has left the hospital, and Dellavedova has his eyes on Game 4. The San Jose Mercury News is reporting that Dellavedova, after one of the strongest individual efforts during Game 3 of the Cavaliers’s 96-91 victory, is on his way home now to rest. Cleveland now leads the NBA […]

Blackhawks/Lightning: Can The Blackhawks Defense Recover In Time?

The Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup chances are dwindling, and its the Blackhawks’ defense that may be the reason. According to the USA Today, the Blackhawks are missing defenseman Michal Rozsival, who suffered a broken ankle May 7 against the Minnesota Wild, thus ending his season. True, the Blackhawks made it to the Stanley Cup Finals, but […]

Blue Apron Raises $135 Million In Series D, Now Valued At Over $2 Billion

Blue Apron had a successful fundraiser, to the point where it shot its value over $2 billion. According to the Business Insider, Blue Apron took on the Series D fundraising, says CEO Matt Salzberg, “to continue to scale what we do and help people get farm-fresh produce at better prices than is available anywhere else,” […]

Beau Biden’s Eulogy By Obama Offers Insight Into Relationship With Joe Biden

Beau Biden’s eulogy by president Barack Obama has become quite revealing. Vanity Fair is reporting that Obama’s touching, thoughtful eulogy and his actions and reactions towards Joe Biden after, offer a glimpse into their professional and personal relationship that has been building over the last seven years. Beau Biden, 46, succumbed to brain cancer and […]

American Pharoah Conquers Triple Crown, What’s Next For This Generation’s Super Horse?

American Pharoah beat the odds, and some well-rested foes, in capturing the first Triple Crown in 37 years. Where does he go from here? According to ESPN, American Pharoah’s owner, Ahmed Zayat, says the next race is in the works, but no plans have been set yet. Zayat told the press Sunday morning that he […]

Sam Bradford Takes First Team Reps For Eagles, Still Not Fully Recovered From ACL

Sam Bradford of the Philadelphia Eagles has begun the road back from his second ACL surgery. NFL is reporting that Bradford, who basically switched jobs with former Eagles quarterback and new Rams quarterback Nick Foles, has been taking snaps with the first-team offense during the beginning of the second week of organized team activities. Even […]

Arizona State University Paid Clinton Foundation $500,000 To Host Seminar In 2014

Arizona State University is under fire for paying the Clinton Foundation to host an event in 2014. According to the Arizona Central, Arizona State paid the Clinton Foundation the amount of $500,000 to host a Clinton Global Initiative event back in March 21-23, 2014. The CGI University event focused on five core areas; education, environment […]

Doc Rivers Squelches Any Jordan-Paul Feuds: ‘They Get Along Great’

Doc Rivers is still stinging from the Los Angeles Clippers’ second round loss to the Houston Rockets. But, Rivers is ready for the challenges of the off-season. NBC Sports is reporting that questions Rivers raised about the core group for the Clippers, Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, and DeAndre Jordan, are having trouble getting along. Most […]

Sepp Blatter Officially Resigns As FIFA President Amidst Growing Allegations

Sepp Blatter has announced he is resigning as the FIFA president, a position he just won. Blatter, who has worked for FIFA since 1975 and was FIFA president from 1989, stunned the soccer world with his announcement today. Blatter said a meeting would be held shortly to appoint is successor, according to ESPN. Blatter, speaking […]

Sepp Blatter Reelected FIFA President: Can Blatter Fix A Broken FIFA?

Sepp Blatter’s re-election to his fifth term as president of FIFA was a bit stunning. Can he fix it? The New York Times is reporting that Blatter, who has just been reelected to head FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) for an unprecedented fifth term, should be considered as a trailblazer when it comes to […]

Disaster Declared In Parts Of Texas By President Obama

Due to excessive flooding in the state, a state of disaster, declared by President Barack Obama, will take effect in some areas of Texas. ABC News is reporting that President Obama has instructed the federal disaster, declared by Obama on Friday, provide relief to supplement other recovery efforts in the areas hardest hit since May […]

Blackhawks Take Game 7, 5-3, Face Tampa Bay In Stanley Cup Final

The Chicago Blackhawks went into Anaheim and took the game from the Ducks. ESPN is reporting that the Blackhawks won Game 7 of the NHL Western Conference Finals, 5-3, in Anaheim to go the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 2013, when the Blackhawks won it all. The Ducks, favored to win the […]

Auburn Softball Avoids Elimination, Sends Tennessee Home, 4-2

The Auburn softball program got its first win in the Women’s College World Series, staving off elimination. ESPN is reporting that Carley Wallace and Haley Fagan each collected two hits and helped send Tennessee packing. The Auburn softball team collected their very first WCWS victory, beating the Volunteers 4-2. Their victory will be short-lived, however, […]

Warriors’ Klay Thompson Expects To Be Ready For NBA Finals

The Warriors’ Klay Thompson expects to be fully prepared for game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers. ESPN is reporting that the Warriors’ Thompson, who took a knee from Trevor Ariza to the side of his head in game 5 of the Western Conference Finals against the Houston Rockets, was removed from […]

Heart Attack Put NI First Minister Robinson In Hospital, Has Been Released

Heart attack sufferer Peter Robinson has been released from Royal Victoria Hospital (RVH). The BBC is reporting that Robinson, head of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), was taken to the hospital last week after suffering from a heart attack. Speaking at the Irish Open only a day after being released from the RVH, Robinson blamed […]

Egypt: US Prisoner Soltan Freed, Sent Home

In Egypt, U.S. prisoner Mohammed Soltan was released and sent home. CNN is reporting that Soltan, 27, had been sentenced to life in an Egyptian prison for his role in public protests denouncing the ouster of former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsy. Soltan, who held dual Egpyt/U.S. citizenship, was put in jail in 2013, then to […]

Heidi Klum, ‘America’s Got Talent,’ Begins 10th Season

Heidi Klum is beginning her 10th season as judge on the hit television series America’s Got Talent. And Klum’s got some advice for future contestants. The Metro is reporting that Klum was asked a series of questions to give prospective contestants an insight into what the judges are looking for. Klum, 41, offered some very […]

New Mexico Officer Killed Is Identified, Suspect In Custody

A New Mexico Officer who was killed recently has been identified. The Daily News is reporting that New Mexico officer Gregg Nigel Benner, 49, was shot and killed while performing a traffic stop outside of Albuquerque. Benner, a four-year New Mexico officer in the Rio Rancho police force, was a father of five adult children, […]

Marine Wedding Photo Goes Viral

A marine’s wedding photo goes viral after it touched so many viewers. Us Magazine is reporting that the “photo goes viral” was taken before the wedding of Marine corporal Caleb Earwood to his fiancée, Maggie Edwards, was being readied at Camp Daniel Boone in Canton, North Carolina. As Edwards, 21, was preparing, she suddenly stopped […]

Indy 500 Winner Juan Pablo Montoya Earns $2.4 Million For Victory

Indianapolis 500 winner Juan Pablo Montoya earned his team quite a chunk of change for reaching victory lane. According to the Bleacher Report, Montoya won his second Indy 500 after a 15-year absence, the longest such break between wins in Indy 500 history. For his efforts, Montoya earned the Penske team $2.4 million. Prize checks […]

Clinton Foundation Donation Scandal Looking More Like Influence Peddling

The Clinton Foundation donation scandal is growing, and looking worse. Forbes is reporting that the Clinton Foundation’s first front of perceived impropriety is with speaking engagement fees. During Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State, Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton earned a combined $26.4 million in speaking fees. Bill was the major earner, giving three […]

Katie Holmes: ‘Dawson’s Creek’ Reunion Unlikely

Katie Holmes likes Dawson’s Creek right where it is — in the past. Us Magazine is reporting that Holmes, 36, is happy with where the series left off and doesn’t want to see that updated. “I don’t know, does it work today?” Holmes said. “I don’t want them to grow up. You know, it’s kind […]

Shopify’s Initial Public Offering Far Exceeds All Expectations

Shopify had its initial public offering, and it far exceeded expectations. According to the Wall Street Journal, Shopify priced originally at $17 per share, actually opened at $28 per share. By the end of closing, a single share was selling for $25.39, a raise of 49 percent. Shopify’s IPO sold 7.7 million shares, raising over […]

‘N***a House’ Update: Google Apologizes, But Is The Hack Still Unresolved?

The n***a house hack remains unfixed. According to The Independent, Google maps users who search for ‘nigga house’ were still being directed to the White House. Google has apologized for any offense Google map users feel for this vandalism of its map tools. Google is becoming more and more sure that the cause of the […]

Penn State Football Dismisses Senior Da’Quan Davis From Team

Penn State football coach James Franklin has dismissed senior cornerback Da’Quan Davis from the team. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Franklin dismissed Davis from the Penn State football team for unspecified reasons. Davis, who played every game on both defense and special teams in his freshman season in 2012 under former Penn State football coach […]

Bruins’ Assistant GM Sweeney Promoted To GM

Don Sweeney, who has served as the assistant general manager for the Boston Bruins, has been promoted to GM. is reporting that Sweeney, 48, has been named the eighth Boston Bruins general manager in team history, replacing Peter Chiarelli. Sweeney, who played for the Bruins for 15 years and one for the Dallas Stars, […]

Olive Garden Breadsticks Will Be Used To Make Sandwiches Beginning This Summer

Olive Garden Breadsticks, long a delicious staple with soup, salad, or dinner, will now be used to make sandwiches for lunch. The New York Post is reporting that Olive Garden will try to entice customers to return to the restaurant by using their popular breadsticks to make a Chicken Parmigiana sandwich and an Italian Meatball […]