On Monday, after Hank Williams Jr. appeared on Fox News and compared President Obama and House Speaker John A. Boehner’s recent golf outing to “Hitler playing golf with Netanyahu,” ESPN pulled Williams’ classic opening theme from that night’s airing of ‘Monday Night Football.’
‘All My Rowdy Friends Are Here on Monday Night,’ which includes the catchphrase, “Are you ready for some football?,” had opened the show for nearly 20 years. At the time, the network declined to say whether the benching would be permanent or not, but now it seems it is.
After the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center, one of the largest American flags damaged during the attacks continued to fly above the resulting wreckage during the clean-up efforts.
Seven years later, that flag, dubbed the National 9/11 Flag, was sewn back together by tornado survivors in Greensburg, Kansas, and has also been stitched by World War II veterans, survivors of the Ft. Hood, Texas rampage, and Martin Luther King Jr.’s family.
In June, a woman in Monroe, Connecticut had her Gmail and Facebook accounts hijacked by a man who demanded she send him nude photos to get the accounts back.
The unnamed victim instead went to the police, who launched an investigation that resulted in Monday’s arrest of 19-year-old John Joaquim III. It’s unclear whether he knew his victim, but the two do live in the same town.
In a 7-2 vote, the US Supreme Court ruled Monday that it’s unconstitutional to ban kids from buying or renting violent video games, saying that despite fears the games may prompt children to emulate what’s seen in them, the government has no right to “restrict the ideas to which may be exposed.”
A bill has passed in Nevada that makes it legal for Google’s fleet of driverless cars to take to the state’s roads.
The hope is that in the future, these automated cars could avoid the crashes currently caused by distracted driving. Several companies are already hard at work creating the technology necessary to make it happen.
’70s rock icon Peter Frampton and his third wife, Christina Elfers, are divorcing. He’s asked for visitation rights to his 15-year-old daughter, Mia, but otherwise requests that his estranged spouse retain physical custody.
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