Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro threatened to cancel the license of largest TV network in Brazil Globo, over a controversial report in which the network connected Bolsonaro with a former police officer who was accused of killing Rio de Janeiro councilwoman Marielle Franco last year.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library was reportedly spared from destructive wildlife fires Wednesday thanks in part to having goats graze near the property, keeping brush away from the perimeter of the building.
With the blessing of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Andrew stepped down from his royal duties Wednesday due to the controversy over his friendship with convicted sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced Wednesday that the company will no longer accept political ads on the social media site. Facebook officials said they would continue to do so, however.
A famous Brazilian journalist punched American journalist and The Intercept founder Glenn Greenwald during a heated on-air exchange on a radio show, after Greenwald ranted about previous comments about him and his family.
Taking to Instagram and twitter, wide receiver Antonio Brown said early Thursday he wouldn’t return to the NFL due to how the league has used him. He changed his position later in the day, however, citing frustration over his current plight as Brown seeks reinstatement.
Cleveland Browns safety Jermaine Whitehead tweeted several threatening and angry messages to critics of his play Sunday, after his team fell to the Denver Broncos. The Browns said they’ll review the matter internally.
Prince Harry is having a busy Saturday in Japan in his first official visit to the country as the Duke of Sussex. He’s attending the 2019 Rugby World Cup Final between England and South Africa and visiting a purpose-built para-sports training center.
President Donald Trump will carry on with the tradition of presidents hosting championship teams Monday at the White House, despite the chilly reception he received when attending game five at Nationals Park, located in the heavily Democratic area of The District.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was admitted to Johns Hopkiins Hospital in Baltimore Friday night after experiencing chills and fever. She was released Sunday and was said to be “doing well.”