You cannot sell “White Lives Matter” t-shirts because the trademark belongs to two Black radio broadcasters.
Ramses Ja and Quinton Ward, hosts of the radio show Civic Cipher, now own the trademark ‘White Lives Matter,’ so the phrase can’t be used to sell merchandise.
Before “Friends” stardom, Matthew Perry and Gwyneth Paltrow allegedly had a “make-out session in a closet.”
In his memoir ‘Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing,’ Perry said that he met the ‘Hook’ star at a party in Massachusetts in the summer of 1994.
According to a royal book, King Charles had valets squeeze out his own toothpaste and hand-wash his underwear.
King Charles III became Britain’s monarch when his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, died Sept. 8 at age 96. A new book by Christopher Andersen explores the king’s life and legacy.
After tearful victim comments, the Parkland school shooter was given a life sentence without the possibility of parole.
A Florida judge sentenced Parkland School shooter Nicholas Cruz to life in prison without parole in the 2018 campus massacre that killed 17.
President Biden said the only way to repudiate political violence and Republican extremism was for Democrats to show up at the polls on Election Day.
Fringe websites, a tech CEO and members of Congress all spread false claims about the attack on Nancy Pelosi’s husband. The strains of narratives that they leverage are anything but new.
The ex-wife of Paul Haggis claims she is worried about criticism from the Church of Scientology for testifying during his trial.
Paul Haggis has been accused of rape, but his lawyers have suggested that the Church of Scientology is behind the allegation.