Turkish pop star jailed for mocking religious schools

Ankara, Turkey – Turkish pop star Gulsen has been arrested for “inciting hatred and enmity” by joking about Turkish religious schools, the country’s state-run news agency reported. The 46-year-old singer and songwriter, whose full name is Gulsen Kolakoglu, was taken from her home in Istanbul for questioning and formally arrested late Thursday. He was then … Read more

Hall of Fame chief quarterback Len Dawson dies at 87

Kansas City, Mo. , Hall of Fame quarterback Len Dawson, whose unmistakable swagger in helping the Kansas City Chiefs to their first Super Bowl title earned him the nickname “Lenny the Cool,” died Wednesday. He was 87 years old. Dawson’s family announced his death in a statement via KMBC, a Kansas City-based television station where … Read more

Joe Rogan calls out Hollywood for anti-gun hypocrisy

Joe Rogan thinks it’s hypocritical for Hollywood to promote gun control measures while remaining silent about the film industry’s portrayal of gun violence on the big screen. “Isn’t it f-king wild that Hollywood is very anti-gun in general, but they promote guns more than any other media on the planet?” Rogan asked his guest, comedian … Read more

“Next Stage of Information”: On the Heels of Axios Sale, Jessica Lessin Talks Subscriptions, Start-ups, and VC Money

Since its creation nearly nine years ago, The Information has built itself into a solid subscription business that consistently provides analysis and the scoop about the tech world, primarily a lucrative audience of high-flying C-suite-ers. For. Founder and CEO (and.) Vanity Fair New Establishment Alumni, Jessica Lessin It wouldn’t know how many subscribers the publication … Read more

“This is a company that could be worth a hell lot more”: How Axios Will Shake After $525 Million Sale to Cox

In 1898, at the end of America’s Gilded Age, a 28-year-old Ohio businessman named James M. Cox bought Dayton Evening News for $26,000 (about $928,000 in modern tender), sowing the seeds of a $20 billion company now known as Cox Enterprises. On Monday, Cox—mainly in the telecommunications and automotive services business these days—announced A deal … Read more

Climate deal picks winners, losers and more comments

Eikon Desk: Climate Deal Picks Winners, Losers Joe Manchin rightly criticized the bonus tax credits for union-built electric vehicles in the “Build Back Better Bill” last year. Remember the Editors of the Wall Street Journal, saying, “We shouldn’t be using everyone’s tax dollars to pick winners and losers.” “Yet that’s exactly what his tax and … Read more

Exclusive first look: New Raymond Pettibone works to grace the first cover of rebooted ‘Cream’

You probably don’t need to tell me who raymond pettibone But for the record, I’m talking about the legendary artist who surfaced in Southern California’s early-’80s punk and hardcore scene with his uniquely eye-catching illustrations. multiple show flyer and LP of the era Maybe you’ll recognize the iconic Black Flag bar (Pettibone’s older brother is … Read more

How Sally Buzby Is Putting Her Stamp On ‘The Washington Post’

on a recent July morning, about 250 Washington Post The staff met to discuss the state of democracy, and in particular, how the paper is covering it. Post, which announced “Democracy Dies in Darkness” as its official slogan during the Trump years, and won a Pulitzer last spring for its January 6 coverage, recently adding … Read more

Trump or DeSantis? The candidates asked at the Florida GOP convention

Government Ron DeSantis Mattias J. ocner Miami Herald Florida congressional candidates running in the GOP primaries on Saturday tried to prove their conservative credentials to the state’s powerful, high-profile governor and a slew of conservative politicians, donors and others. Candidates hoping to represent Florida in the US House pledged their allegiance to term limits, to … Read more

Chris Cuomo says he’s no longer burdened by dogma, launches a podcast

It’s been a long and winding road Chris Cuomo Since being fired from CNN late last year. The disgraced TV star has apparently moved closer and farther from the Hamptons to Ukraine—to find his second act, which will be in what will, in part, essentially be a podcast studio. Cuomo launched on Thursday The Chris … Read more