Bill O'Reilly accuser reveals identity, feels 'triumphant'

Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes left the network last summer after he also faced allegations of sexual harassment, including from former Fox anchor Gretchen Carlson . A Fox News spokesperson declined to comment, as did a spokesman for O'Reilly. The Washington Post reported that the new deal was signed in March - just weeks before The New York Times' investigation into O'Reilly was published on April 1.

Charlie Murphy's Family Releases Statement After His Passing

Charlie Murphy's Family Releases Statement After His Passing

Comedian Charlie Murphy , the brother of actor Eddie Murphy , has died, aged 57. "Charlie is actually my best impression, " he said. Murphy's wife, Tisha Taylor Murphy , died from cervical cancer in 2009. One of the last comedy tours he did was " The Comedy Get Down " with D.L. Hughley, George Lopez and Eddie Griffin . "I've been doing him since I was two or three".

Starbucks barista 'stressed' over Unicorn Frappuccino

The new icy drink features marbling of colors blue, pink, and purple, and some fairy dust-like sprinkling over Starbucks' signature whipped cream topping. The drink has 76g of sugar in it, which is the sugar equivalent of 7.5 Krispy Kreme donuts. Robots are taking over our jobs. It wasn't as stark of a transformation as the almond-milk version - the color change seems to be linked to the Frappuccino melting - but it developed into a pretty light pinkish color.

Purple Georgia 6th: Ossoff Scores Big Win But Faces June Runoff

Tom Price became the president's secretary of Health and Human Services earlier this year. In a major triumph for the Democratic Party, Jon Ossoff finished tonight at the top of a field of eleven Republican and four additional Democratic candidates.

Fox News dumps Bill O'Reilly over harassment claims

Last July, Fox News founding CEO Roger Ailes resigned from the network amid sexual harassment allegations and an ongoing lawsuit. After the dismissal of Ailes, the company struck two settlements involving sexual harassment complaints against O'Reilly and extended his contract.

NY Times Editor Apologizes to Trump Over Misleading Tweet: 'I'm an Idiot'

New York Times sports editor Jason Stallman took full responsibility Thursday for a misleading photo comparison of the New England Patriots' visits to the White House after Super Bowl victories. The number of players not attending because of the president, and vocally doing so, is unprecedented. "The confetti hadn't hit the ground after the game before people asked the players if they'd be attending the White House ", he said.