White Marvel Comics’ editor wrote under a Japanese persona. Coworker quits over the news

In 2017, Marvel editor-in-chief admitted to scripting comics under a Japanese persona he created. Screenwriter Steven DeKnight resigned Marvel.



Smithsonian webcam offers view of its adorable litter of just-born cheetahs

Say hello to a litter of cute, newborn cheetahs.


Texas man suspected of committing two murders while free on bond in county of Soros-funded DA

A Texas man is suspected of committing two murders after being released on bond by a district attorney funded by liberal mega donor George Soros.


DOJ announces probe into allegations of abuse at Texas juvenile detention facilities

The Department of Justice (DOJ) opened an investigation into Texas juvenile detention facilities amid reports of physical and sexual abuse against children by staff members, U.S. Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Kristen Clarke announced Wednesday.


Biden is complicit in climate-related ‘mass death,’ activists claim

Climate activists continued their protest outside the White House on Wednesday, with one activist group suggesting that President Biden is “complicit in mass death.”


The Rolling Stones remove ‘Brown Sugar’ from tour setlist over lyrics depicting slavery

The Rolling Stones may have dubbed their tour “No Filter,” but the rock band has filtered out one of their most popular songs from their setlist.



John Travolta pays tribute to Kelly Preston on what would have been her 59th birthday

John Travolta honored his late wife Kelly Preston on what would’ve been her 59th birthday. The “Jerry Maguire” actress died in 2020 after a private battle with breast cancer.


Steelers’ Mike Tomlin reflects on former mentor Jon Gruden’s email scandal: ‘I’m just saddened by it’

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin looked up to Jon Gruden, who once served as his mentor.


Facebook will treat journalists, activists as public figures to limit harassment and bullying

Embattled tech giant Facebook will consider activists and journalists “involuntary” public figures in order to limited harassment and bullying against them on the social media platform – but which activists and journalists will benefit is murky. 


Rockettes rehearse for live Christmas show

The Radio City Rockettes dancers are busy rehearsing for their Christmas show in New York, which returns this year after being canceled last year due to the pandemic. (Oct. 13)