John Oliver used part of the opening segment of Last Week Tonight on Sunday to take a swipe at Meghan McCain, the co-host of The View and daughter to the late Sen. John McCain. He also saved a shot for her husband, Ben Domenech. Both were in Oliver’s crosshairs following McCain’s appearance last week on [
Daughter of the late senator has made herself the authority on antisemitism. Did we mention she’s John McCain’s daughter?
Baltimore police have changed their policy on media releases to cut down on the number of social media posts in response to complaints of clutter on the department’s Facebook page. Spokeswoman Det. Nicole Monroe said Tuesday that the department will now use a single post per day on Facebook to
Meghan McCain got slammed by another late-night host. John Oliver opened Sunday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight” with some cheeky comments about the Eurovision Song Contest. Among the competitors at the event earlier that day: a BDSM-themed band featuring the son of Iceland’s ambassador to the UK. “You may be thinking that’s the most
John Oliver labeled conservative commentator Meghan McCain the "most embarrassing child of a prominent political figure" as part of a joke during his show Sunday.The host of HBO's "Last Week Tonight" took a dig at
HBO host John Oliver opened his Sunday episode of "Last Week Tonight" with the decision to talk about something hilarious and somewhat positive instead of diving right into the depressing week of reality. EuroVision ended its season in Israel with one of the top bands, Hatari, being a self-described "Icelandic, award-winning, anti-capitalist, techno performance, BDSM band." Oliver explained that the band largely did well because the show has tried desperately to stay away from commenting
Israel Folau's status as Australian rugby's unrivaled star wasn't enough to save his job after an online post condemning gay people to eternal damnation.
Israel Folau's contract is terminated by Rugby Australia after he said "hell awaits" gay people in a social media post.
The 30-year-old had previously been found to have committed a 'high-level breach' of the code of conduct over the posts he made in April.
The sportswear company is a personal sponsor for Folau as well as the Wallabies and has acted after the 30-year-old was found to have breached Rugby Australia's code of conduct.
Outraged parents implored the superintendent and school committee members to tackle racism head-on.
Lexington school officials confirmed Friday they are investigating social media posts containing racist language, which are circulating through the student community.