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Justin Thomas loses Ralph Lauren sponsorship after mic catches anti-gay slur

Justin Thomas will no longer have Ralph Lauren as a sponsor after a microphone picked up a muttered anti-gay slur from the golfer after he missed a putt at the Sentry Tournament of champions. The company announced it was discontinuing its partnership with Thomas, currently ranked third in the world, in a statement released Friday: At the Ralph Lauren Corporation, we believe in the dignity of all people, regardless of age, race, gender identity, ethnicity, political affiliation or sexual orientation. This is

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Justin Thomas loses Ralph Lauren sponsorship after mic catches anti-gay slur

NFL Rumors: Urban Meyer Targeting Ex-Falcons HC Raheem Morris to Be Jaguars' DC

Related Topics: Raheem Morris, Jacksonville Jaguars, Urban Meyer, Adam Schefter, ESPN, Atlanta Falcons New Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer has spoken to Raheem Morris about becoming the team's defensive coordinator, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. The two sides "continue to be" in contact, per Schefter. Morris interviewed with the Jaguars for their head-coaching vacancy before the organization went with Meyer. He was also a contender for the Atlanta Falcons job after finishing the 2020 season

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NFL Rumors: Urban Meyer Targeting Ex-Falcons HC Raheem Morris to Be Jaguars' DC

‘Little old West Virginia’ sets pace on vaccine rollout

Pharmacist Ric Griffith stands in his family's business Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, in Kenova, W.Va. Griffith & Feil is among 250 mom-and-pop pharmacies in West Virginia helping to vaccinate residents in the quest to banish the coronavirus pandemic. John Raby Pharmacist Ric Griffith stands in his family's business Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, in Kenova, W.Va. Griffith & Feil is among 250 mom-and-pop pharmacies in West Virginia helping to vaccinate residents in the quest to banish the coronavirus pandemic. West Virginia

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‘Little old West Virginia’ sets pace on vaccine rollout

Iya not taking blessings during challenging times for granted

Iya Villania (left) with husband Drew Arellano and their kids While she’s hopeful that this year will be better than the last, Iya Villania is still keeping her plans conservative. “Ang hirap umasa!” she quipped, when asked by the Inquirer about how she sees 2021 panning out for her. “I’m just enjoying being with my family.” The television host observed that people have been going outside more. But one still can’t be complacent, she stressed, because the pandemic isn’t over. “I feel like more

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Iya not taking blessings during challenging times for granted

Rep. Raskin: ‘I’m Not Going to Lose My Son in 2020 and Lose My Republic in 2021’

“This was the most terrible crime ever by a president of the United States against our country, and I want everybody to feel the gravity and the seriousness of those events.” This video cannot be played because of a technical error.(Error Code: 100000) Rep. Jamie Raskin (R-MS) paid tribute to his late son on Sunday while contrasting that tragedy with the insurrectionist riot incited by President Donald Trump, emotionally declaring, “I’m not going to lose my son in 2020 and lose my republic in 2021.”

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Rep. Raskin: ‘I’m Not Going to Lose My Son in 2020 and Lose My Republic in 2021’

Phil Spector, famed music producer and convicted murderer, dead at 81

Phil Spector has died at 81. (Source: Gray News) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Phil Spector, the eccentric and revolutionary music producer who transformed rock music with his “Wall of Sound” method and was later convicted of murder, has died at age 81. California state prison officials said he died Saturday of natural causes at a hospital. Spector was convicted of murdering actress Lana Clarkson in 2003 at his castle-like mansion on the edge of Los Angeles. After a trial in 2009, he was given a 19 years-to-life

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Phil Spector, famed music producer and convicted murderer, dead at 81

Celtics' Kemba Walker Available to Make 2021 Debut vs. Knicks After Injury

Boston Celtics guard Kemba Walker is available to play in Sunday's game against the New York Knicks. Walker underwent a stem cell injection to his left knee in October and has not played during the 2020-21 season. He was significantly hampered by the knee from January 2020 on and was noticeably less effective during last season's restart in Orlando, Florida. “It’s definitely calmed my knee down a lot,” Walker told reporters in training camp. “Feeling really good right now. Just taking my time, trying

bleacherreport.com ,  2min 0
Celtics' Kemba Walker Available to Make 2021 Debut vs. Knicks After Injury

Pence to visit Fort Drum Sunday afternoon

Vice President will be joined by his wife to honor soldiers 1of5 Mike Pence, shown during a 2018 visit to Fort Drum, is scheduled to visit the North Country base at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)Show MoreShow Less 2of5President Donald Trump, left, listens as Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., speaks before signing a $716 billion defense policy bill named for John McCain Monday, Aug. 13, 2018, in Fort Drum, N.Y.Show MoreShow Less 3of5President Donald Trump talks with Maj. Gen. Walter Piatt as they watch

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Pence to visit Fort Drum Sunday afternoon

Man arrested on suspicion of 4th OWI after crashing into stop sign and resisting officers

MONROE, Wis. — Monroe police arrested Dale K. Stauffacher, 59, for his fourth OWI offense after he left the roadway and struck a stop sign at the intersection of 11th Ave. and 19th St. around 7:00 p.m. on Saturday. Police said Stauffacher was traveling west on 19th St. when he crashed into the sign, sustaining minor damage to his vehicle which was later towed. Stauffacher was charged with is fourth OWI offense and cited for failure to maintain control of a vehicle. He was also charged for battery to a law

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Man arrested on suspicion of 4th OWI after crashing into stop sign and resisting officers

Iconic Record Producer Phil Spector Dies At 81

Phil Spector photographed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 1989. Phil Spector, the iconic record producer behind many of the 20th century’s most famous pop songs, and whose signature “Wall of Sound” recording technique came to define an entire era of American music, has died at 81. The Grammy-winner, who was serving a lengthy prison sentence for the 2003 death of Lana Clarkson, reportedly died on Saturday of “natural causes,” according to the California Department of Corrections

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Iconic Record Producer Phil Spector Dies At 81

Trump Plans Unprecedented Military 'Farewell Event' With Red Carpet, 21-Gun Salute: Report

Joe Raedle/Getty Images President Trump wants to go out in style. Trump, who has announced he will skip Joe Biden’s inauguration as the 46th president and plans to leave Washington, D.C., Wednesday morning, is reportedly planning an unprecedented farewell event at Joint Base Andrews, an Air Force base in Maryland where Air Force One is hangared. “Officials are considering an elaborate send-off event reminiscent of the receptions he’s received during state visits abroad, complete with a red carpet, color

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Trump Plans Unprecedented Military 'Farewell Event' With Red Carpet, 21-Gun Salute: Report

Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dead at 81

Skip to content LOS ANGELES (AP) — Phil Spector, the eccentric and revolutionary music producer who transformed rock music with his “Wall of Sound” method whose later was convicted of murder, has died at age 81. California state prison officials said he died Saturday of natural causes at a hospital. Spector was convicted of murdering actress Lana Clarkson in 2003 at his castle-like mansion on the edge of Los Angeles. After a trial in 2009, he was given a 19 years-to-life sentence. Follow Us SISU

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Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dead at 81

Kemba Walker Available Sunday For Celtics-Knicks Matchup

Walker likely will make his season debut Sunday Rejoice, Celtics fans: Kemba Walker is back. The star guard was upgraded to “available” Sunday and could make his season debut when Boston hosts the New York Knicks, according to the team. Walker, who had stem cell injection in his knee before the start of the season, was cleared to begin practicing last week Center Daniel Theis, listed as “questionable” Saturday, also was upgraded to “available” Sunday morning. Here’s the full injury report. #NEBHInjuryReport

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Kemba Walker Available Sunday For Celtics-Knicks Matchup

Who is going to win tonight’s epic showdown between the Bucs and Chiefs? Let’s dig in

Tampa Bay Bucs at New Orleans Saints Current line: New Orleans -3. Total is 52. These two teams met twice this season and New Orleans won both games outscoring Tampa 72-26. Week 1 here at dome they won 34-23 and then on November 8th, it was a blowout 38-3. So one wonders why is the line only 3 with two convincing wins by the Bucs? Well, the answer is Tom Brady. In the last five games, Brady had thrown 15 touchdown passes and just 1 INT. In last week’s Wildcard win at Washington, the Bucs had 507 yards of Total

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Who is going to win tonight’s epic showdown between the Bucs and Chiefs? Let’s dig in

Dear White People Season 4 Casts Queer Eye's Karamo Brown In Mystery Role

Queer Eye's Karamo Brown joins Dear White People season 4 in an unknown recurring role. The Netflix show's final season is set to air later in 2021. Karamo Brown of Queer Eye is set to join the fourth and final season of Netflix's Dear White People in a recurring mystery role. Dear White People is a satirical series based on Justin Simien's 2014 indie feature of the same name. The show picks up where the movie left off, following a group of black students as they navigate racial tensions and cultural bias at

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Dear White People Season 4 Casts Queer Eye's Karamo Brown In Mystery Role

Arsenal deliver Tierney & Martinelli fitness updates ahead of Newcastle encounter

Mikel Arteta will hope to call upon both players when the Gunners play host to the Magpies at the start of the week Arsenal have delivered updates on the fitness of Kieran Tierney and Gabriel Martinelli ahead of their encounter with Newcastle on Monday night. Tierney, who has been one of Arsenal's standout players so far this season, was left out of a 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace last week after sustaining a muscle injury. Mikel Arteta confirmed the news post-match, telling reporters: "He had a calf injury

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Arsenal deliver Tierney & Martinelli fitness updates ahead of Newcastle encounter

Dan + Shay's 'I Should Probably Go To Bed' Reaches #1 At Country Radio

“I Should Probably Go To Bed” earns the top spot on this week’s country radio chart. Shay in I Should Probably Go To Bed | Video Screen | Warner Dan + Shay’s “I Should Probably Go To Bed” officially improves to #1 on this week’s Mediabase country radio singles chart. Up one place from last week’s position, “I Should Probably Go To Bed” seizes the throne from Lady A’s “Champagne Night.” Not simply the leader in chart points, the Dan + Shay single ranked as the Mediabase country panel’s

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Dan + Shay's 'I Should Probably Go To Bed' Reaches #1 At Country Radio

Brilliant Tanguy Ndombele strike seals Spurs’ win at Sheffield United

Tanguy Ndombele scored a fine goal in Tottenham's 3-1 win over Sheffield United Tanguy Ndombele’s moment of magic helped Tottenham ease to a much-needed 3-1 win at rock-bottom Sheffield United. The club’s record signing produced an outrageous flicked finish at a vital point of the second half to restore Spurs’ two-goal lead and help them clinch just their second Premier League win in seven. The Blades had just got back into the game through David McGoldrick’s header after first-half Serge Aurier and

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Brilliant Tanguy Ndombele strike seals Spurs’ win at Sheffield United