Health

Utah State University student hospitalized after eating Tide Pod

A Utah State University student was reportedly rushed to a hospital Saturday after ingesting a Tide Pod, which has become a dangerous trend on social media as teens dare each other to eat the miniature, neon, detergent-filled pods.

Entertainment

Historical documentary series ‘Scandalous’ begins with episode detailing Bill Clinton's career

Fox News Channel will have a new addition to its Sunday night lineup for the next seven weeks, as the network announced on Tuesday that “Scandalous” will debut on Sunday, Jan. 21 at 8 p.m. ET.

World

Report: Avalanche kills 2 soldiers, injures 7 in Turkey

A Turkish media report says Turkish troops conducting military operations in Turkey's southeast have been hit by an avalanche.

Entertainment

As LA Times publisher takes unpaid leave amid harassment claims, his newsroom unionizes

It’s been quite a 24-hour span for the Los Angeles Times as publisher and CEO Ross Levinsohn is will take an unpaid leave of absence after National Public Radio detailed a lengthy history of sexual misconduct accusations against him in a story.

Entertainment

Trump may dis NBC News, skip pre-Super Bowl interview

President Trump may break tradition and skip the pre-Super Bowl interview that historically occurs between the president and the news unit of the network airing the game, according to Variety.

Entertainment

CNN star Jim Acosta scolded by Mick Mulvaney amid ‘Schumer Shutdown’ briefing

CNN’s Jim Acosta resumed his role as White House punching bag on Friday when Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney shut him down during a briefing on the looming government shutdown.

Entertainment

Fired head writer of 'Megyn Kelly Today' claims toxic work environment, bullying of staff at NBC News

The head writer of Megyn Kelly’s hour of NBC's “Today” revealed this week that he was fired from the show after complaining directly to embattled NBC News president Noah Oppenheim about the show’s toxic workplace environment of b

Politics

Harvard professor, Newsweek mocked for claims Clinton can still become president

A Harvard Law School professor and Newsweek magazine were mocked after uncritically suggesting a scenario in which Hillary Clinton can still become the president of the United States.

Entertainment

Liberal HuffPost scraps contributor network amid ‘tsunami of false information’

The HuffPost is shutting down its controversial contributor blogging network as it faces a $23.5 million lawsuit for libel and negligent injury based on a now-deleted article published by a member of that system.

Entertainment

Law enforcement raids Newsweek and IBT Media offices

The New York office of Newsweek and its parent company, IBT Media, were raided by law enforcement on Thursday, according to numerous reports.

United States

Teen reportedly apologizes for racist social media rants, says 'I'm an idiot'

An Alabama college student reportedly said she was “so sorry” and “an idiot” for posting racist rants on social media.

Entertainment

CNN’s Sanjay Gupta roasted for stating Trump has heart disease after White House doctor gives clean bill of health

CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Sanjay Gupta was ridiculed across social media on Wednesday for declaring that President Trump has heart disease.

United States

Senators grill social media companies over terrorist posts

Lawmakers grilled executives Facebook, Google's YouTube and Twitter on Wednesday about what the companies are doing to prevent terrorists from using their platforms to spread propaganda and recruit new followers.

Entertainment

NBC sends Katie Couric to Olympics in new embarrassment for Megyn Kelly

NBC announced it would bring back former employee Katie Couric to co-host the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics next month, a surprise move following the network’s announcement that new NBC News star Megyn Kelly wouldn’t travel to Sout

Entertainment

Matt Lauer scandal: NBC appoints new ‘Today’ boss in wake of star’s ouster, but top execs remain

NBC News has replaced the longtime executive producer of “Today” with a woman, the latest fallout from its shock firing of Matt Lauer for sexual misconduct.

World

2 charged in Kosovo with supporting extremist groups

Prosecutors in Kosovo say they have charged two people with supporting extremist groups on social media.

Entertainment

Katy Perry calls herself 'a victim' of social media

Katy Perry, who boasts 108 million Twitter followers and more than 68 million Instagram followers, claims to be a "victim" of social media.

Entertainment

Media embarrass themselves by diagnosing President Trump with armchair medical advice

In a year filled with fake news, misleading headlines and over-the-top punditry designed to take down the Trump administration, the mainstream media’s new craze of diagnosing the president is the latest embarrassment to the press as an industry.

Entertainment

Ann Curry says harassment was pervasive at NBC, 'would be surprised' if anyone didn't know about Matt Lauer's pervy behavior

Ann Curry said she was "not surprised" by the allegations of sexual assault against her former "Today" co-host Matt Lauer adding that there was a culture of sexual harassment at NBC in her first TV interview since leaving the network in 2015.

World

Reports: Turkish military training plane crashes, killing 3

Turkish media reports say a military training plane has crashed in southwestern Turkey, killing two pilots and a technician on board.

Health

San Jose mom, 40, dies days after coming down with flu, reports say

A 40-year-old mother in San Jose died two days after catching the flu, The San Francisco Chronicle reported, citing local media.

Entertainment

White House doctor peppered with questions as reporters hunt for evidence of a Trump illness

White House physician Ronny Jackson was slammed with an onslaught of questions regarding President Trump’s health in a bizarre press briefing on Tuesday that raised eyebrows as the press fished for maladies.

Entertainment

‘OUT!’ Trump orders CNN star Jim Acosta to leave Oval Office after reporter’s newest outburst

President Trump kicked CNN star Jim Acosta out of the Oval Office after the network’s senior White House correspondent badgered him with racially charged questions.

Entertainment

Matt Damon 'really sorry' for comments on sexual harassment: I should 'close my mouth’

Actor Matt Damon said on Tuesday he needs to close his mouth for a while when it comes to the #MeToo and the Time’s Up movements focusing on sexual harassment after he made a series of controversial comments.

Travel

Eric Trump: Media don't understand the voice of this country

EVP of The Trump Organization speaks out on "Hannity."

Entertainment

Ann Curry could enact revenge on Matt Lauer in first TV interview since his 'Today' firing

Ann Curry has done a lot since she was pushed out by disgraced anchor Matt Lauer from the "Today" show in 2015.

World

Reports: Turkey's Erdogan to visit Pope Francis next month

Turkish media reports say President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will meet with Pope Francis at the Vatican next month.

World

Reports: Leading Kosovo Serb politician shot

Serbian media are reporting that a leading Serb politician in northern Kosovo, Oliver Ivanovic, has been shot.

World

Hundreds of teens in Denmark suspected of sending child porn

Danish police say more than 1,000 people, mostly teenagers, face preliminary charges of distributing child pornography after sharing videos and photos on social media.

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