The Jodi Arias trial concluded its sentencing phase Thursday with a second Arizona jury unable to reach a unanimous verdict in the case, meaning Arias will completely avoid the death penalty. On March 5, 2015, Judge Sherry Stephens again declared a mistrial in the capital case due to a hung jury. Several jurors gave an audio-only group interview immediately following the mistrial announcement. In the media pool interview, they anonymously reveal what really went on in that deliberation room. Read more here now…
Pope Francis has angered many int he LGBTQ community with the recent publication of comments that appear to compare trans people and nuclear weapons. It’s the latest in a long string of controversial and seemingly contradictory stances taken by the current Pope.
MacLaine, who won her Oscar in 1983, claims that Holocaust victims might have been paying for past sins when they were killed by Nazis. She also had some eyebrow-raising comments about Stephen Hawking.
After admitting he “misremembered” the story he told about coming under enemy fire in Iraq, NBC News’ Brian Williams has been coming under real fire from those who say some of his other stories — specifically anecdotes from his time reporting on Hurricane Katrina in 2005 — don’t add up.
Azealia Banks has been stirring up controversy all week, ever since she posted a picture of her in #whiteface. See how it devolved into a fight with the “gay media” over use of certain words…
Prince Andrew, Duke of York, went on record for the first time today to publicly deny allegations he used a 17-year-old American woman as a “sex slave.” The now-adult woman maintains her story is true.
The Little Baby Face Foundation, a NYC nonprofit, is offering a controversial service: free plastic surgery for low-income teens with facial deformities. NBC’s Dateline followed the story of four of these teens, including 15-year-old Renata, a young girl who used to compete in beauty pageants, but has been homeschooled for three years because of the torment she received in school.
Cosby has so far avoided major interruptions during his brief Canadian tour. That streak came to an end Friday night, when several dozen women stood up in the audience and joined together in a protest chant.
One night after receiving a standing ovation, Bill Cosby shocked audience members by joking about drugging the drink of a woman who got up briefly. That’s when the heckling started.
The new accusations come in the wake of the standing ovation Cosby got in Canada, during his first performance in two months. Meanwhile, his TV wife says she was misquoted when she spoke out in Cosby’s defense.