A cache of emails discovered by The Daily Beast reveals Sony execs trashing DiCaprio as well as Willow and Jaden Smith, George Clooney’s apology for The Monuments Men, and more.
IT’S COME TO THIS: A College President Had to Apologize for Saying ‘All Lives Matter.’ “Smith College President Kathleen McCartney thought she was showing solidarity with students protesting racism and police brutality when she sent a campus-wide email with the subject line, “All Lives Matter.” But the anti-racism slogan popular with students is actually the […]
Kathleen McCartney, the president of prestigious Smith College, has had to apologize for what she has described as language that offended minority students. The language? McCartney wrote email supporting students protesting the grand jury decisions in Missouri and New York that said that “all lives matter.” She was immediately criticized for being too inclusive and […]
Tonight on a live Wednesday episode of The Independents (Fox Business Network, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT, repeats three hours later) you will see two libertarian faves: Renaissance man Penn Jillette, who will try to make sense of our post-Ferguson/Garner universe, and superstar Rep. Show More Summary
Why? Because the slogan is "black lives matter."The Daily Hampshire Gazette, which first covered the story, quoted one Smith sophomore, Cecelia Lim, as saying, “it felt like she was invalidating the experience of black lives.”...“I regret...Show More Summary
Smith College President Kathleen McCartney thought she was showing solidarity with students protesting racism and police brutality when she sent a campus-wide email with the subject line, "All Lives Matter." But the anti-racism slogan popular with students is actually the more selective "black lives matter." Uh oh. Show More Summary
Twenty-one games into his career and Geno Smith still may not be much of a quarterback, but he has mastered the art of saying he's sorry.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Call him a "sorry" quarterback. One week after apologizing for cursing a fan, Geno Smith was back at it Wednesday, revealing that he apologized to teammates for missing a team meeting last Saturday night in San Diego. Show More Summary
SAN DIEGO -- The New York Jets probably lead the NFL in mea culpas, and that's never a good thing. One week after Geno Smith began his postgame news conference by apologizing for cursing at a fan, Rex Ryan took the podium late Sunday in a steamy interview room at Qualcomm Stadium and took the heat for the 31-0 loss to the San Diego Chargers. Show More Summary
Jets coach Rex Ryan started his postgame press conference by apologizing to Jets fans, “those that are left,” and said that the 31-0 loss to the Chargers was on him. There would be strong arguments for the blame to be spread around to General Manager John Idzik and the team’s quarterbacks as well, which leads…
Facebook is apologizing to drag queens and transgender people for deleting accounts that used drag names such as Lil Miss Hot Mess rather than legal names such as Bob Smith.
Geno Smith was having a rotten day, much of it of his own making, and clearly “We want Vick!” chants weren’t what he was in the mood to hear. After the game, Smith snapped at a fan, using a profanity. Not long afterward, he apologized, saying he’d had lost his temper. That can happen after […]
Apparently, New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith has little tolerance for hecklers. Smith was caught on camera responding to boos from a fan following Sunday’s game with anger and profanity, which he quickly apologized for after the incident took place. Show More Summary
To cap a day that included “We want Vick!” chants at MetLife Stadium, Jets quarterback Geno Smith apparently got into a verbal altercation with a fan after the game. According to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com. Smith apologized for snapping at a fan after the game. Smith said he lost his temper. He should lose his…
"I don't think I got personal," Stephen A. Smith explained Thursday of his criticism of National Organization for Women (NOW) president. Nevertheless, Smith conceded that he failed to show "sensitivity" in calling her crazy and "I apologize...Show More Summary
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith apologized Saturday for actions that led to a nine-game suspension from the National Football League. A day after being hit with the ban, Smith released a statement through the NFL Players Association expressing regret for substance abuse and personal conduct policy violations. Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith has apologized to the organization and its fans after receiving a nine-game suspension from the NFL for a series of off-field legal issues.
On Friday, the NFL announced the nine-game suspension that has been imposed on 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith, for multiple violations of the personal-conduct policy and substance-abuse policy. On Saturday, the NFLPA issued a statement on Smith’s behalf. “I apologize to my teammates, coaches, the entire 49ers organization and 49ers fans for not being able to…
Media responses to tragedies are often imperfect. But in their reactions to Robin Williams' suicide, Shepard Smith of Fox News and radio host Rush Limbaugh may take the cake for inappropriateness. The two men's comments on Williams'Show More Summary
Presumably closeted Fox News anchor Shepard Smith has apologized for the disgusting rant he went on during televised coverage of Robin Williams’ death this week, in which he accused the late actor of being a “coward” and selfish father, among other things. Mere hours after news of Williams’ death broke, Smith got up on his […]