Eamonn Holmes raises over 400 viewer complaints to Ofcom over GB News comments on Prince Harry

More than 400 complaints have been filed with Ofcom over comments made by GB News presenter Eamonn Holmes about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The Northern Ireland presenter spoke about the couple on his breakfast show last Wednesday morning. According to Ofcom, there were 402 complaints registered by the media regulator about the comments, as … Read more

Dominant Chelsea move towards the WSL title with their second win over Tottenham in five days

It took just 72 seconds to cancel out Tottenham’s goal, and just before the half-time whistle blew, the away team looked almost dazed, scratching their heads as they made their way back to the locker room. In the end that was enough to get them the victory. Tottenham’s Rosella Ayane took a clearance from range … Read more

Dustin Brown retires after 18 seasons with the Los Angeles Kings

THE SECOND, Calif. — Los Angeles Kings forward Dustin Brown will retire after this season, his 18th with the club. The 37-year-old made the announcement Thursday before the end of the Kings’ regular season. Los Angeles will face Edmonton in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs. Brown has played in a franchise-record 1,295 … Read more

Marjorie Taylor Greene rebuked by right-wing Christians for attacking the Catholic Church

Conservative Christians are quickly pouncing on Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia, who this week accused churches that help resettle undocumented immigrants of being controlled by Satan. Leading right-wing pundits and Catholic organizations alike criticized the new Republican congresswoman from Georgia. Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, called Greene “a … Read more

Baseball team accuses rival of splashing water container – New York Daily News

A Kansas baseball team filed a police report after a foreign substance was believed to have been mixed into a water cooler they claimed was provided by a rival in the state. NBC News reports that a possible surge occurred Sunday during a doubleheader between Kansas Wesleyan University and Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas, which … Read more

Rising Inflation Fuels Increased Usage of Toronto Food Bank

Record inflation is fueling a surge in the use of food banks in Toronto, with many running out of their daily supplies. “Our shelves are empty again,” said Julie LeJeune, executive director of the Fort York Food Bank, speaking to Star Tuesday, after being open for three hours. “After serving 95 people today, I have … Read more

Judge denies Randy Hillier’s offer to be allowed in downtown Ottawa

An Ontario Superior Court judge has denied MPP Randy Hillier’s offer to be allowed in downtown Ottawa as a bail condition prohibits him from visiting following charges related to participation in the Freedom Convoy protest. . Hilllier, who remains an independent MPP for the Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston driving, requested a bail review hearing to remove the condition … Read more