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    Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht had some strong words during the team’s Super Bowl LV parade on Wednesday afternoon. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Licht promised that the team will do whatever it takes to make sure that the core group of players from this year’s team will remain on the team next season because the Buccaneers want to try and win back-to-back Super Bowl titles. Some of those players include: wide receiver Chris Godwin, tight end Rob Gronkowski, linebacker Lavonte David, and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. 'DRUNK TOM BRADY' TRENDS AS NFL LEGEND IS SEEN PARTYING DURING BUCS' SUPER BOWL PARADE "We’ve got the resources to keep all of you guys together, and to keep you next year, and we’re gonna f--king win this thing again next year," Licht said during the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl parade CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP...
    Former multi-weight world champion, Adrien Broner, has teased some big news for fans. The super-star boxer suggested he would take on Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition fight. He did this in the presence of ‘Money May’ himself. MIAMI, FL – DECEMBER 18: Adrien Broner works out for the media at the 5th Street Gym on December 18, 2018 in Miami, Florida. Broner is scheduled to fight Manny Pacquiao on January 19th in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) Broner was one of boxing’s brightest prospects in the past decade and was even likened to be the next Floyd Mayweather. However, it now appears the pair could face each other in an exhibition fight. Broner shared a video on his Instagram featuring Mayweather. ‘The Problem’ said, “Hey now listen, Big bro just told me, it’s camp. We’re working so… I guess Floyd’s catching these hands this camp.”  With these...
    Even after passing on, Alex Trebek is giving fans hope. The iconic television host pre-taped several episodes of "Jeopardy!" in 2020, just days before his death, and in one of the final episodes, the star shared a hopeful message. At the beginning of Monday's episode, Trebek, who died at the age of 80 in November after fighting pancreatic cancer, offered up a traditional greeting monologue and urged viewers to be kind during trying times. "Hello, ladies and gentlemen, you'll recall that about a month ago, I asked all of you to take a moment to give thanks for all of the blessings that you enjoy in your lives," he began. "Now today, a different kind of message." ALEX TREBEK WAS 'HERCULEAN' WHILE FILMING FINAL 'JEOPARDY!' EPISODES, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER SAYS Trebek continued: "This is 'the season of giving,' I know you want to be generous with your family, your friends, your loved...
    Fox News host Laura Ingraham said Friday that “all bets are off” when it comes to returning to normality after the coronavirus pandemic is over. "I think all bets are off for when they want to in any way approach no masks,” Ingraham said during a conversation with Stanford University professor Jay Bhattacharya on Friday night. “I think we're gonna stop wearing masks when we stop taking our shoes off at TSA." Laura Ingraham & Dr. Jay Bhattacharya discuss the needless delay of our return to normality:"I think all bets are off for when they want to in any way approach no masks. I think we're gonna stop wearing masks when we stop taking our shoes off at TSA."Ready for masks forever? pic.twitter.com/IMHsNulS7g— Scott Morefield (@SKMorefield) December 19, 2020 Ingraham and Bhattacharya were discussing a quote from White House coronavirus response team member Dr. Anthony Fauci after he said...
    Vice President Mike Pence broadcast Monday that he is up for President Donald Trump's fight to remain in office despite Democrat Joe Biden having seized the lead in the electoral college and won the presidency in a race called by the TV networks.  'Told @VP Team Today, “it ain’t over til it’s over.. and this AIN’T over!' Pence tweeted Monday afternoon. 'President @RealDonaldTrump has never stopped fighting for us and we’re gonna Keep Fighting until every LEGAL vote is counted! His tweet rallying the troops came as Biden expanded his lead in battleground states, a trickle of elected Republicans congratulated Biden, and world leaders placed calls to their next counterpart.  'It ain’t over til it’s over.. and this AIN’T over,' Vice President Mike Pence says he told his team Trump's campaign effort continues to raise funds for its legal ballot, although as of Monday afternoon lawyers had yet to...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden commented on President Trump suggesting that he may fire government infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci. “Last night, Trump said he was going to fire Dr. Fauci," Biden said during a campaign rally in Columbus, Ohio, on Monday, the day before Election Day. "Isn't that wonderful?" he added sarcastically. [ PREDICT TUESDAY’S WINNER WITH THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER’S INTERACTIVE ELECTORAL MAP] "I've got a better idea: Elect me, and I’m gonna hire Dr. Fauci," Biden said. "And we’re gonna fire Donald Trump." Trump and his supporters have become increasingly critical of Fauci, the longtime director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health who became a household name amid the coronavirus pandemic. On Sunday night, the crowd at a Trump campaign rally in Florida broke out in chants of "Fire Fauci." "Don't tell...
    Columbia, South Carolina (CNN)In four years, Sen. Lindsey Graham has gone from Donald Trump's cutting critic to his dogged defender, a bipartisan dealmaker respected by Senate Democrats to a staunch conservative reviled by liberals across the country. Graham has frustrated the left before but never paid the price in his red state of South Carolina. Now, the three-term senator is in the race of his life, facing an unexpectedly fierce challenge from his Democratic opponent, Jaime Harrison, whose insurgent campaign has raised and spent an unprecedented amount of cash. The race is tied, according to three recent polls. But Graham is banking that South Carolina will send him back to Washington for three reasons: His alliance with Trump, his vigorous defense of the President's Supreme Court nominees and push to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett before Election Day, and his opponent's party ID. In the final weeks of the campaign,...
    SIAULIAI AIR BASE, Lithuania — With smeared camouflage paint faintly visible on his face after hiding anti-aircraft batteries in the woods, U.S. Army Capt. Waverly Washington realized the NATO concept of common defense is not about having the most advanced technology. It’s about learning how to draw on each partner’s capabilities, whether new or old. “It's easy to come into a fight and say 'This is the way that the Americans do it,' but we're not gonna be fighting alone,” he told the Washington Examiner at Lithuania’s Siauliai Air Base, which is hosting the multinational air defense exercise Tobruq Legacy Sept. 12-27. The 10 nations participating in this seventh iteration practiced bringing together modern Western equipment and decades-old Soviet-era equipment in one aerial picture fed to a command and control center in the Lithuanian city of Kaunas. Joining traditional NATO countries, Germany, France, and Italy, were former Soviet republics in...
    Anti-maskers are not gonna take it anymore, but “Twisted Sister” lead singer Dee Snider says they need to pick somebody else’s song as their anthem. After a group of anti-maskers paraded around a Target in Florida while playing the hit 80s song “We’re Not Gonna Take It,” Dee Snider publicly denounced them on social media. “No…these selfish a**holes do not have my permission or blessing to use my song for their moronic cause. #cuttheshit,” he tweeted. No…these selfish assholes do not have my permission or blessing to use my song for their moronic cause. #cuttheshit https://t.co/LPDAjSszbf — Dee Snider???????? (@deesnider) September 16, 2020 As reported by the New York Post, video of the anti-mask protest went viral on social media showing a group of MAGA supporters throwing off their masks and playing the hit song. A rowdy group of anti-maskers marched through a Target in Florida and shouted at...
    CHICAGO,IL (WLS) -- A number of youth from Little Village assembled Wednesday night to protest against gentrification in their community.This comes after there was talk about new developments that would potentially replace the Discount Mall, a long standing destination for new entrepreneurs for over 20 years. A place where over 100 vendors sell Mexican goods."Our goal is to amplify the voices of the vendors today because they can't win this fight without us," said Emilio Nieto, protest organizer.RELATED: Little Village Discount Mall vendors voice concern over possible new developmentNovak Construction bought the plaza in early February. In a statement, the company said, "Although rumors and misinformation have surrounded the plaza for months, the owners wish to convey that there will be no re-development plants this year as they seek to understand the market and the neighborhood better."Nieto said to him that statement is not enough to ease the concerns of...
    CHICAGO,IL (WLS) -- A number of youth from Little Village assembled Wednesday night to protest against gentrification in their community.This comes after there was talk about new developments that would potentially replace the Discount Mall, a long standing destination for new entrepreneurs for over 20 years. A place where over 100 vendors sell Mexican goods."Our goal is to amplify the voices of the vendors today because they can't win this fight without us," said Emilio Nieto, protest organizer.RELATED: Little Village Discount Mall vendors voice concern over possible new developmentNovak Construction bought the plaza in early February. In a statement, the company said, "Although rumors and misinformation have surrounded the plaza for months, the owners wish to convey that there will be no re-development plants this year as they seek to understand the market and the neighborhood better."Nieto said to him that statement is not enough to ease the concerns of...
    Ellen DeGeneres promised that she’s “gonna talk about it” as she announced the return of Season 18 of her show following toxic workplace allegations. “I can’t wait to get back to work and back to our studio,” the 62-year-old talk show host shared in a press release obtained by USA Today in a piece published Tuesday. (RELATED: Mariah Carey Talks About ‘Extremely Uncomfortable’ Pregnancy Interview On Ellen DeGeneres Show) “And, yes, we’re gonna talk about it,” she added. Ellen DeGeneres Promises to “Talk About” Show Controversy on Season Premiere https://t.co/ilHrlJMUwb — E! News (@enews) September 8, 2020 Meanwhile, fellow talk show host Steve Harvey told Entertainment Tonight that the comedian/actress should “just walk away” following a variety of accusations brought by unnamed former staffers at “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” (RELATED: Ellen DeGeneres Reportedly Thought Accusations Against Her Were Just ‘Sour Grapes’) “Ellen (has) got a lot of money,” Harvey...
    "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" will make its return on September 21 following allegations of workplace misconduct and a toxic work environment, and the ousting of three top producers after an internal investigation. DeGeneres announced her show's return in a statement, obtained by CBS News on Wednesday.  "I can't wait to get back to work and back to our studio. And, yes, we're gonna talk about it," DeGeneres said in the statement. DeGeneres has been filming her show from home during quarantine.  Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox The new season, season 18, will kick off with in-studio guest Tiffany Haddish. The premiere week will also feature Kerry Washington, Alec Baldwin, Chrissy Teigen, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, Adam Sandler and Orlando Bloom, according to the statement.  The show's resident DJ, Stephen "tWitch" Boss will also guest-host upcoming episodes of the show this fall. Boss has guest-hosted previously, the statement reads. ...
    Elaine Low September 9, 2020 1:33AM (UTC) This article originally appeared on Variety. "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," after ousting three top producers amid internal allegations of racial insensitivity and sexual misconduct, has scheduled its Season 18 premiere for Monday, Sept. 21. Read more from Variety: "The Venture Bros." canceled at Adult Swim after seven seasons : "I can't wait to get back to work and back to our studio. And, yes, we're gonna talk about it," said Ellen DeGeneres in a statement, seemingly referring to the accusations. Tiffany Haddish will join DeGeneres in studio on the "Ellen" stage on the Warner Bros. lot, though it will film without an in-studio audience amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis. The show's first week back is slated to include guest appearances by Kerry Washington, Alec Baldwin, and Chrissy Teigen. The guest roster through the month includes Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, Adam Sandler and Orlando Bloom. Stephen "tWitch"...
    ELLEN DeGeneres revealed that she will be talking about the "toxic" workplace scandal as she also announced that her show will be back for season 18. The comedian released a statement and said: "I can’t wait to get back to work and back to our studio. And, yes, we’re gonna talk about it." 6Ellen confirmed that she will indeed be addressing the 'toxic' workplace scandalCredit: Getty Images According to Variety, Tiffany Haddish will join Ellen in studio on the program's stage, however it will be filmed without an in-studio audience due to the coronavirus pandemic. Other famous faces scheduled to appear during the first week include Chrissy Teigen, Alec Baldwin and Kerry Washington. 6The comedian also announced the season 18 premiere of her talk showCredit: The Ellen Show Katy Perry, who defended the entertainer amid the backlash, will have her fiancé, Orlando Bloom, also appear on the show during...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Shawn Peter Simonson, 51, who’s charged with threatening Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz. Simonson, from Blaine, admitted to leaving two menacing messages on the governor’s reception line four months apart. The first was on April 7, for which he met with a Minnesota State Patrol trooper and a Blaine police officer afterwards. Authorities say Simonson said at the time that he had anger management issues. The second call occurred on Aug. 2, when Simonson left the following message to the governor’s line: So you just endorsed [Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan] Omar? The one who married her brother so he could become a citizen. You’re a f——-. Let me tell you something about that $6 million building you bought, that refrigerated building that you bought that is standing empty. Your f—— dead body is going to be the only body in...
    White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says the White House is not going to "pursue" the conspiracy theory that California Sen. Kamala Harris is ineligible to be vice president. In a Sunday interview for CNN's State of the Union, host Jake Tapper asked Meadows if he believed Harris to be eligible for the position after the Trump campaign floated the theory without directly endorsing it. "Sure," he said, adding, "And I think the president spoke to this yesterday. This is not something we're gonna pursue." Meadows asserted that the press was blowing the issue out of proportion. "Actually, Jake, you and a number in the media, y'all spent more time on it than anybody in the White House has talking about this," he said. "I'm more concerned with Kamala Harris's liberal ideas coming from San Francisco to the rest of America than I am where she was...
    A GOP candidate who expressed support for the far-right conspiracy theory QAnon and been criticized for a series of racist comments, has won the Republican nomination for Georgia's 14th Congressional District and slammed Nancy Pelosi as 'anti-American' during her victory speech.   Marjorie Taylor Greene beat neurosurgeon John Cowan in a primary runoff for the open seat on Tuesday in the deep-red district in northwest Georgia. During her victory speech, which was shared on Facebook, Greene is heard calling  Democratic House Speaker Pelosi a 'b***h'. 'I just wanna say to Nancy Pelosi. She’s a hypocrite. She’s anti-American. And we’re going to kick that b***h out of Congress,' Greene said.  Her remarks were met with loud cheers from her audience before she took aim at Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.  'And we are not going to ever allow AOC's Green New Deal to be passed to destroy our economy and our energy industry,' Greene said.  Marjorie...
    President Donald Trump was caught on speakerphone asking for assurance from a top GOP lawmaker that a Virginia military base would remain named for Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.   The New York Times obtained audio of a Wednesday night call between Trump and Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Jim Inhofe, as the Oklahoma Republican put a conversation with the president on speaker as he dined at a Capitol Hill restaurant.  'We're gonna keep the name of Robert E. Lee?' Trump asked Inhofe, who despite the speaker function had his ear pressed to the phone.  'Just trust me, I'll make it happen,' Inhofe replied.  President Donald Trump was caught on speakerphone Wednesday night conversing with Sen. Jim Inhofe who was eating at a Capitol Hill restaurant. Trump was asking for assurance from Inhofe that a military base would remain named after Robert E. Lee  Sen. Jim Inhofe told President Donald...
    A Northern California barber told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Thursday he will defy Gov. Gavin Newsom's latest coronavirus shutdown order, vowing he won't be "bullied." "We're going to stay open in order to serve our community ...," Juan Desmarais, the owner of Primo's Barbershop in Vacaville, told host Brian Kilmeade. "We're not gonna live in fear, and we're gonna continue on. We're not gonna let this stop us." Desmarais added that his shop is "booked solid" and business is not slowing down. NEWSOM ORDERS CLOSURE OF INDOOR ACTIVITIES ACROSS CALIFORNIA VideoOn Monday, Newsom announced that all bars across the state must close and restaurants, wineries, tasting rooms, family entertainment centers, zoos, museums and card rooms must suspend indoor activities. The governor also announced that all gyms, places of worship, malls, personal care services, barbershops, salons, and non-critical offices in counties on the state’s “monitoring list” had to shut down under the new order. Solano County, where Vacaville is...
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