President Trump has complained about the flurry of intelligence leaks plaguing his new administration, and some are speculating that it could be the work of a system called the “Deep State.”
Sports Illustrated's Colin Becht and Pete Mundo discuss the biggest storylines surrounding the Clemson Tigers, Texas Longhorns and more programs that have some big questions to answer when they open their spring practices.
As protesters continue to confront their elected officials at town halls during the congressional recess, President Donald Trump claims that liberal activists are behind it.
Chris Brown just can't seem to stay out of trouble, now with a restraining order that dictates he must stay away from ex Karrueche Tran. Blac Chyna is in happier spirits now that she's without HER ex Rob Kardashian, showing off even more weight loss since her breakup. And why is everyone giving Emma Watson's singing ability a hard time? This and more on the Daily Rewind.
This is inspiring. Often-assuming the underdog role, 8th-grader Trashaun Willis had taken what many would see as a disability and disadvantage, and used it rise above the doubters, and more importantly, above the rim. Check out this video of Willis getting WAY up for the jam during a game.
Alyssa was two years old when a tragic accident changed her life leaving her face 75 percent covered in scars. Her message to others? Get over it! Check out her incredible story.
With the suspicious death of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Paula Hancocks looks at previous known North Korean assassinations on foreign soil.
Paris Jackson has been raised in a musical dynasty. With her recent appearance at the Grammys, many are wondering if and when we'll see Michael's daughter on the stage. Paris loves music, and has stated that she does write, but will the public ever get the chance to hear it? Heather is joined by the two Mads to discuss. Are you interested to hear what Paris Jackson could bring to the music scene? What do you think it will sound like? Give us your thoughts in the comments section down below.
The Los Angeles Lakers fired general manager Mitch Kupchak on Tuesday and put Magic Johnson in charge of basketball operations as the team sits near the bottom of the Western Conference.