A former state parole judge fired for sucker-punching a Legal Aid Society lawyer was dressed down by a Manhattan Criminal Court jurist.
BBC Sport looks at the refereeing decisions angering Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger - and you can have your say in our vote.
Huddersfield manager David Wagner accused Southampton striker Charlie Austin of deliberately kicking goalkeeper Jonas Lossl in the face during a 1-1 draw in the English Premier League
Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has suggested referees must do more to protect players from serious injury, even if it means red and yellow cards for his own players. Guardiola was angered by...Show More Summary
Tottenham & Dele Alli Does Dele Alli have an anger management problem? It’s worth remembering that Tottenham’s England international is still just 20-years-old. However Alli’s reputation of being something of a hot-head continued on Saturday at Man City. Man City beat Spurs 4-1 to maintain their stranglehold on the Premier League title race. Raheem Sterling […]
Sunday’s all-new episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta is sure to wet your appetite for drama as the ladies embark on a girls’ getaway. Sheree Whitfield immediately kicks off the festivities with a shady toast that included NeNe Leakes not inviting Porsha Williams to her “White Party” the weekend before. Show More Summary
Isn’t it nice when we see the benevolent side of NeNe Leakes. Like when she’ll graciously agree to let Porsha Williams be in her presence on this week’s Real Housewives Of Atlanta. But first, Kim Zolciak‘s wig of terror continues when she and Kenya Moore nearly come to blows at NeNe’s “Never Forget” party. Show More Summary
Sean Dyche angered by Arsenal’s late penalty; “the bigger clubs seem to get the decision” - originally posted on Sportslens.com Burnley manager Sean Dyche said bigger clubs seem to get more favourable refereeing decisions after his side lost 1-0 to an added-time penalty for Arsenal. From Sportslens.com - Football News | Football Blog
Jason Beghe, the star of NBC's "Chicago P.D.," has been investigated for ongoing anger management issues. NBC launched the investigation after learning last year that there were multiple complaints about Beghe's behavior on set, with cast and crew complaining about anger issues, volatile behavior,...
Greg Gianforte pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge and was sentenced to community service, anger management classes and a $385 fine. US congressman Greg Gianforte misled police after his assault of Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs...Show More Summary
A hotheaded ex-parole judge admitted to clocking a Legal Aid lawyer after a party and agreed to anger management treatment in a plea deal.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill says they must turn their anger over a controversial penalty into motivation for the second leg against Switzerland.
Rian Johnson likes Star Wars so much that he’s not going to let audiences have any star peace. Disney announced today that Johnson, who wrote and directed the forthcoming The Last Jedi and managed not to anger Disney, unlike some other directors, will also lead up an all new trilogy, ... More »
Responding to a child’s anger with adult anger makes things worse, and misses the question of what is going on with the child.
Messi v Ronaldo Cristiano Ronaldo has been given a very unexpected rating in the new Football Manager 2018 game which will not go down well with Real Madrid fans. The Portuguese star won the FIFA Player of the Year award this week and is expected to pick up the Ballon d’Or for the year too. […]
Shia LaBeouf got into a scuffle with police officers in Savanah, Georgia back in July and is now paying the price.
Shia LaBeouf entered a guilty plea for his public intoxication arrest -- the one where he went off on a racist rant -- and the judge is sending him to anger management. Shia entered the Savannah, GA courtroom Thursday morning, and didn't get any…
Shia LaBeouf arrived to court to hear his fate following a public intoxication arrest in Savannah, Georgia back in July. LaBeouf pleaded guilty and Judge Williams of Chatham County Court ordered him to anger management counseling, a county clerk told Radaronline.com. “He must complete a drug and alcohol evaluation within 30 days of his sentencing,” Read More
Amid the anger and confusion brought upon by an ever-changing timeline by the Las Vegas Police Department and FBI, MGM Resorts International has hired an elite crisis management firm. The move comes on the same day Sheriff Joe Lombardo...Show More Summary