‘We’ve had so many f****** questions about this’: Red Bull’s Max Verstappen fumes as he tells reporters to STOP asking about his crash with Lewis Hamilton at the British Grand Prix… as his Mercedes title rival sits in silence next to him
The concept of the “August recess” is a mirage in Congress. This is where Congress purportedly takes off for four or five weeks during the dog days of summer. Lawmakers actually take vacation time during this period. But they also use the
Media top headlines July 19 The White House getting blasted for supporting Big Tech ‘collusion’ on banning COVID ‘misinformation’ spreaders, a reporter’s candid assessment of progressives on Cuba, and President Biden getting roasted on MSNBC round out today’s media headlines. Multiple reporters
Media top headlines July 15 A Lincoln Project member saying that failing to pass Dem voting bills will lead to another 9/11, a BBC reporter getting fired after sending a ‘Hitler was right’ tweet, and the founder of a liberal news site
Media top headlines July 12 The New York Times getting ripped for equating ‘freedom’ to an ‘anti-government slogan,’ Gov. Kristi Noem saying it was ‘tough’ being attacked by conservative media over trans-athlete bill, and MSNBC giving Michael Avenatti’s prison sentence less than
Euro 2020 has been electric and has thrown up some incredible results, unbelievable goals and some shocking off-pitch incidents. From the sublime to the ridiculous, which concluded at Wembley on Sunday night, fans have been left to relive a thrilling few weeks.
Olympic fans are now banned from the upcoming Summer Games in Tokyo due to concerns about coronavirus. That means possible political protests by athletes at the games will have a limited audience – except when they’re captured on TV or social media.
Terry Venables over Gareth Southgate, a rock-solid centre back pairing of Harry Maguire and Tony Adams and of course Kane, Sterling and Gazza get in… Our reporters pick their best combined Euro ’96 and Euro 2020 England teams England have emulated the
The “Outnumbered” panel railed against President Biden for getting annoyed with repeated press questions about the Afghanistan troop drawdown, saying he didn’t want to answer anymore on the topic because it was a holiday weekend. “There is no excuse for this behavior
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that President Biden snapped at reporters questioning him on the Afghanistan drawdown because he was “ready to be done answering questions.” As U.S. forces withdraw from the region after 20 years, reporters questioned the president