close Video Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines 6/29 Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what clicked this week in entertainment. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Chelsea Handler has claimed her New Jersey high school will not induct her into its hall of fame because she has been open about having abortions. The 47-year-old comedian shared that she had three abortions while attending her New Jersey high school during her guest host monologue Monday on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Handler is hosting all week as Kimmel is on vacation. "Do you know what men on the internet had to say about that?" she asked in Tuesday’s monologue about the previous day’s statement. "I don’t because I don’t give an f–k," she said to the audience’s applause. "But my old high school does," Handler continued. "I recently found out that my high school in New Jersey, Livingston High School, is refusing … [Read more...] about Chelsea Handler claims her 3 abortions led school hall of fame to shun her
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0 Politics & Government "Rosie, from her garage, out of the necessity of bankruptcy and despair, brought all this together," Stewart said. "I'm just honored." Daily Montanan , News Partner Posted Reply Daily Montanan June 16, 2022 U.S. soldiers deployed to bases in Afghanistan and Iraq often lived and worked alongside large pits where batteries, plastics, rubber, chemicals and other garbage would be lit on fire with jet fuel. The legacy of those burn pits followed thousands of military members back to the United States, where they have suffered from cancer, neurological disorders and numerous other illnesses. On Thursday, the U.S. Senate, in an overwhelming 84-14 bipartisan vote, agreed to expand health care and benefits those veterans will receive, in long-sought, sweeping legislation brokered by Montana Sen. Jon Tester and Kansas Sen. Jerry Moran. “Over the last two decades, an estimated 3.5 million … [Read more...] about U.S. Senate Passes Landmark legislation To Aid Veterans Exposed To Burn Pits, Agent Orange
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 5 LOS ANGELES - The day she found out that her group Eurythmics had its first No. 1 single in America, Annie Lennox was at a hotel in San Francisco. The hotel was Japanese-inspired, and its windows appeared to have a rice-paper-like translucency. Lennox was already beginning to struggle with the early onset of fame-related anxiety, and this didn't help. "It felt like I had nowhere to hide," Lennox says now. "I was so conscious of earthquakes, because I had never really been to San Francisco before. Maybe once. And I was just thinking, 'Oh my God, I feel so vulnerable. Now we've got rice-paper windows and earthquakes happening.' It was like being naked in front of the world." The single that kick-started the duo's pathbreaking, almost decade-long run up the pop charts - the galvanic synth-pop classic "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" - will turn 40 next year. In the run-up … [Read more...] about Annie Lennox beguiled us in the MTV age. Now she calms us down online.
0 Politics & Government "We must confront Islamophobia or any form of racism" wherever it is found, said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, "even in these very halls." Daily Montanan , News Partner Posted Reply Daily Montanan December 26, 2021 The U.S. House following a vitriolic debate passed a bill along party lines Tuesday night to create a State Department office that would counter Islamophobia worldwide. Democrats said a conflict much closer to home showed the need to confront anti-Muslim bigotry. The bill sponsored by Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minnesota, picked up momentum after Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert suggested Omar, who is Muslim, was a terrorist. Democrats, including Colorado’s Ed Perlmutter and Joe Neguse, criticized Boebert in declaring their support for the measure. The vote, on likely the last day the House is in session this year, appears to be the only action the chamber will take for now related … [Read more...] about U.S. House Passed A Bill Along Party Lines To Create A State Department Office That Would Counter Islamophobia Worldwide
0 Politics & Government A report by PEN America found from July 2021 to the end of March this year, more than 1,500 books were banned in 86 school districts. Daily Montanan , News Partner Posted Reply Daily Montanan A U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee panel on Thursday examined why thousands of books, predominantly written by marginalized authors, have been banned from public schools, and the impact of those actions on students and teachers. “Most books being targeted for censorship are books that introduce ideas about diversity or our common humanity, books that teach children to recognize and respect humanity in one another,” said the chair of the Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, Rep. Jamie Raskin. Raskin, a Maryland Democrat, cited a new report by PEN America — an organization that advocates for the protection of free speech — that found from July 2021 to the end of March this year, more … [Read more...] about More Than 1,500 Books Have Been Banned In Public Schools, And A U.S. House Panel Asks Why
0 Politics & Government Veterans or survivors who had prior claims denied can file a supplemental claim for benefits, according to the VA announcement. Daily Montanan , News Partner Posted | Updated Reply Daily Montanan April 30, 2022 The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is adding nine rare respiratory cancers linked to burn pit exposure to the list of illnesses eligible for disability and health benefits. President Joe Biden, who has said his son Beau Biden’s exposure to toxic fumes from the pits could have led to his death, announced the policy change Monday, saying in a statement he hopes to avoid repeating the mistakes of the past. “We learned a horrible lesson after Vietnam, when the harmful effects of exposure to Agent Orange sometimes took years to manifest, and too many veterans were left unable to access the care they needed,” Biden said. “I refuse to repeat that mistake when it comes to the … [Read more...] about VA Adds Nine Rare Respiratory Cancers Linked To Burn Pit Exposure Of Illnesses Eligible For Disability Benefits