(NEW YORK) -- Boeing has announced it is replacing the head of its 737 Max program as part of a reshuffling of the company in the wake of the much-publicized incident of a door plug blowing out of an Alaska Airlines flight last month.Katie... Read More.
On This Day, February 9, 1964…The Beatles made their first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, which was their first exposure to an American audience. The band performed the songs "All My Loving," "Till There Was You," and “She Loves You" and then later returned to perform... Read More.
Ed Sheeran and Elton John aren't just friends — they're also huge soccer fans, with Ed supporting Ipswich Town and Elton supporting Watford, the football club he used to own. When those teams played each other recently, Ed and Elton had a field trip to watch the... Read More.
(ATLANTA) -- Emergency department visits involving cannabis increased for children, teens and young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic, new federal data suggests.A report published Thursday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention looked at visits for Americans under 25 years old throughout the... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Supreme Court decided Thursday to set new limits on affirmative action, striking down the current race-conscious admissions policies in place at University of North Carolina and Harvard University.The decision sided in part with Students for Fair Admissions, a conservative group that... Read More.
Actor/comedian Suzy Eddie Izzard and Downton Abbey’s Ed Speleers have joined the film Midas Man, the long-in-the-works biopic about The Beatles manager Brian Epstein, according to Variety.Izzard has signed on to play Allan Williams, the band’s first manager, who went on to be known as “The Man Who Gave Away The... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The family of Marvin Gaye's co-writer on "Let's Get it On" intends to appeal a verdict in Manhattan federal court for Ed Sheeran, according to a court filing Thursday.The family of Ed Townsend filed a notice of appeal after it lost a... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Musician Ed Sheeran was in Manhattan federal court Tuesday as opening statements began in a copyright infringement trial involving alleged similarities between his Grammy-winning song "Thinking Out Loud" and the Marvin Gaye classic "Let's Get It On."Sheeran, seated in a dark suit... Read More.