Howard Stern on Roe v. Wade’s overturning: ‘I’m actually going to probably have to run for president now’
Howard Stern is ripping the Supreme Court’s decision striking down Roe v. Wade, saying the ruling might spur him to launch a White House bid. “I’m actually going to probably have to run for president now,” the SiriusXM host told “Howard Stern Show” listeners on Monday. The show marked Stern’s first public comments about Friday’s…news.yahoo.com
Stern: Trump shouldn't praise 'f---ing animal' Putin
Howard Stern is ripping former President Trump for his praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin amid the Ukrainian invasion, saying Republicans should never commend such an "enemy of humanity.""I used to love the Republicans, and their stance was firmly pro-capitalist, anti-communist, and certainly a staunch defender of free people and free elections," the SiriusXM host told listeners on his eponymous show on Monday."They've just totally...news.yahoo.com
Howard Stern says Joe Rogan's apology should be 'I'm wrong, and go get the vaccine before you die'
Howard Stern has some advice for embattled podcast host Joe Rogan: He should issue an apology saying, "I'm wrong, and go get the vaccine before you die."The SiriusXM host weighed in on the controversy over COVID-19 misinformation on Spotify's "The Joe Rogan Experience.""The whole thing with Joe Rogan is so silly to me," Stern told listeners on Tuesday. "Even the apology he just should've said, "You know what? Listen, I'm a comedian... And I have...news.yahoo.com
Ben Affleck Opened Up About The Decision To Rekindle His Relationship With Jennifer Lopez After 17 Years And Said He Didn’t Want To Do Anything “Painful Or Destructive” To His Children
Ben and Jen shocked the world this summer when they went public with their rekindled relationship after 17 years apart, but according to Ben, there was a lot to consider before taking the leap.View Entire Post ›news.yahoo.com
Rush Limbaugh, voice of American conservatism, has died
Limbaugh, the talk radio host who became the voice of American conservatism, has died. Unflinchingly conservative, wildly partisan, bombastically self-promoting and larger than life, Limbaugh galvanized listeners for more than 30 years with his talent for sarcastic, insult-laced commentary. “We’re supposed to be horrified by the protesters,” Limbaugh told his listeners the next day after the Jan. 6 attack. AdRush Hudson Limbaugh III was born Jan. 12, 1951, in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to the former Mildred Armstrong, and Rush Limbaugh Jr., who flew fighter planes in World War II and practiced law at home. He attracts more listeners with just his voice than the rest of us could ever imagine,” Beck wrote in Time magazine in 2009.
Leslie West, guitarist of rock band Mountain, has died at 75
West, an iconic guitarist-vocalist who was behind several 70s rock anthems including Mississippi Queen with the popular band Mountain, died Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2020, in Palm Coast, Fla. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow, File)LOS ANGELES – Leslie West, an iconic guitarist-vocalist who was behind several '70s rock anthems including “Mississippi Queen” with the popular band Mountain, has died. His spokesman Steve Karas said West died Wednesday in Palm Coast, Florida. Karas said West died from cardiac arrest after being rushed to the hospital. West and Pappalardi ended up starting the hard rock band Mountain, which was named after West’s debut solo album.
Q&A: Clooney on 'Midnight Sky' and his twilight as an actor
“The Midnight Sky,” which Clooney directed and stars in, is an apocalyptic sci-fi drama with some striking solitude. Debuting Wednesday on Netflix, “The Midnight Sky,” based on Lily Brooks-Dalton's novel “Good Morning, Midnight," is Clooney's seventh film as director and his biggest scaled production yet. ___AP: You finished shooting “The Midnight Sky” in February, right before the pandemic began. AP: What drew you to “The Midnight Sky”? I know people who are older -- older than me, even -- who live with real regret.
SiriusXM, Howard Stern sign five-year contract extension
NEW YORK – Howard Stern has reached a five-year deal with SiriusXM to continue making his show for the satellite radio company through the end of 2025. The company has nearly 35 million subscribers now, and Stern is clearly the marquee talent. Stern has two separate channels on SiriusXM, and his empire has expanded to include video content. On his show Tuesday, Stern talked about how going to satellite radio liberated him from his “toxic relationship” with more traditional radio companies. “I've been proven right about satellite radio over and over again.
Barrymore sets high standard in her models as talk show host
NEW YORK – Drew Barrymore is setting a high standard for herself as she joins the world of daytime talk show hosts on Monday. “We’re all human beings on this planet going through our lives and our journeys and there’s a way to connect through that,” Barrymore said. I’ve never lived in that space.”“The Drew Barrymore Show,” retrofitted for the coronavirus era, is being distributed by CBS Television. Bill Carroll, a veteran television consultant and expert in the syndication market, said he’s impressed that Barrymore is shooting high. Yes, some may regard Barrymore as slightly loopy and hippie-dippie (“we’re all human beings on this planet”), but it’s more endearing than annoying.
Street gatherings bring joy in Hell's Kitchen in pandemic
Police officers on patrol check on a small crowd outside a bar in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of New York, Friday, May 29, 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic. The street has been blocked off from traffic to allow residents to gather in open spaces with some social distancing. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)NEW YORK On a late Friday afternoon, there is joy and fraternity found on a blocked-off street in Manhattans Hells Kitchen neighborhood. It's Cheers but in Hell's Kitchen," he says referencing the popular 1980s sitcom. Following that, police placed a barricade, on occasion, to block traffic traffic and allow for street mingling.
NY Gov. Cuomo says the 'ultimate resolution' of coronavirus will come with vaccine in 18 months
"I don't think ultimate resolution comes until you have a vaccine," Cuomo said during a call-in appearance on infamous shock jock Howard Stern's radio show. President Donald Trump has expressed impatience with states' draconian social distancing rules, which led to a severe market rout and an unprecedented spike in unemployment. While the problem won't be solved for at least another year, Cuomo said, there will be "waves of resolution" in the meantime. "The first wave will be fewer people dying, and that will be an initial resolution," Cuomo said. More than 190,000 cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in New York, data from Johns Hopkins University shows.cnbc.com
DJ Don Imus, made and betrayed by his mouth, dead at 79
Imus survived drug and alcohol woes, a raunchy appearance before President Clinton and several firings during his long career behind the microphone. A pediatric medical center bearing Imus' name was opened at the Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. Joe Scarborough, who replaced Imus in MSNBC's morning lineup, tweeted that “Morning Joe” owed its format to Imus. Fox News Channel's Laura Ingraham said he was responsible for her radio career. Imus, born on a Riverside, California cattle ranch, was the oldest of two boys — his brother Fred later became an "Imus In the Morning" show regular.
AP names 'To Live and Die in LA' its top podcast of 2019
This image released by The New York Times shows cover art for "1619," named one of the top ten podcasts by the Associated Press. (The New York Times via AP)NEW YORK, NY – The top 10 podcasts of the year picked by The Associated Press. “1619," The New York Times. “The Viall Files,” Nick Viall. If you’re a “Bachelor” fan, you know Nick Viall.
Is there a future for Sirius without Howard Stern?
Is there a future for Sirius without Howard Stern? Sirius Radio may be in for a devastating blow. Legendary shock jock Howard Stern is reportedly leaving the satellite radio company when his contract is up in December. CBSN’s Vladimir Duthiers and Kristine Johnson have more on the increasingly ugly contract negotiations.cbsnews.com