Deadpool 2's latest trailer is an absolute beast, but what did you miss from it? WatchMojo presents the Top 3 Most Important Things You May Have Missed From the Deadpool Trailer! Watch to find out everything you need to know!
Giants starter Madison Bumgarner fractured his left hand after being a hit by a line drive in Friday's Spring Training game against the Royals. He is expected to miss six to eight weeks, according to ESPN.
When she was in first grade, Lauren Milgram survived the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Now, she joins Parkland and students across the country to fight for an end to gun violence. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.
A day after police in Elgin, Illinois released body-camera footage of a deadly shooting, allegations of excessive force against the officer are coming to light.
Kylie and Travis are running towards the wedding altar, but something major is standing in their way. Travis desperately wants to tie the knot with his lady love, Kylie Jenner, to complete their little family. But Kylie is dragging her feet…what’s going on? Do you think Kylie should think longer about getting married with Travis before she rushes to the altar? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
Former King DeMarcus Cousins has reached out to the family of Stephon Clark, a 22-year-old African-American man who was shot and killed by Sacramento police on Sunday, and volunteered to pay the cost of the funeral, Jason Jones of The Sacramento Bee
After CNN's interview with former Playboy model Karen McDougal, Anderson Cooper discusses how President Trump has said nothing of the claims that she and others made of alleged affairs.
Taylor Swift is joining the likes of Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez and speaking out against gun violence. In a post on her Instagram, the Reputation singer advocated for a change in the gun control laws here in the States. How do you feel about this NEW politically conscious Taylor Swift? Let us know in the comments below!
These rolling papers let you burn one with the attorney general. Jeff Sessions openly hates everything about cannabis. But now cannabis users can resist by grabbing a pack of rolling papers with his face on it, rolling up some bud and setting it on fire. Pro-cannabis group #JeffSesh is doing just that, stating, “We may be jokers, but we’re just as much activists. We believe humor is a great vehicle for speaking truth to power. If our Justice Department was run by a guy named Bo Nanners who made a ridiculous statement like “Good people don’t eat bananas,” We would try to step up and do the right thing.” The folks at #JeffSesh made the rolling papers in response to Sessions’ rescission of the Cole Memo — an Obama-era policy protecting state cannabis right. They say it started out as a gag but when it resonated with their family and friends, they decided to step it up and start a movement around them. The group has plans to make more official #JeffSesh gear, as long as sessions is running the justice department and while it might be a funny idea, #JeffSesh hopes to spark critical thought along with joints: “In addition to sharing a laugh we hope people will use #JeffSesh to speak truth to power, to contribute a counter-narrative to the one spread by our Attorney General and help push the debate toward new laws for a new country.”