John Bailey Cleared: Read the Motion Picture Academy’s Full Statement

On Tuesday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that an internal investigation had cleared Academy President John Bailey, who was accused of sexual harassment earlier this month. Read the full story here. In a statement, the Academy said it had “unanimously determined” no action was warranted and that Bailey should remain in … Read more

Motion Picture Academy Clears John Bailey of Sexual Harassment

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President John Bailey has been cleared of an accusation of sexual harassment following an internal investigation, the Academy announced Tuesday night. The Oscars organization, which launched the investigation two weeks ago, said in a statement that it “unanimously determined” Bailey should remain president, and that no further action … Read more

Colbert: Trump Should Just Hire Robert Mueller as His Attorney (Video)

Stephen Colbert kicked off Tuesday’s episode of “The Late Show” with an unconventional solution to Donald Trump’s problem finding lawyers to represent him in the ongoing Robert Mueller investigation: just hire Robert Mueller. Colbert noted that since the resignation of lawyer John Dowd, Trump has not been able to bring new blood to his defense … Read more

Live TV Musicals Ranked by Ratings, From ‘Sound of Music’ to ‘A Christmas Story’ (Photos)

Live TV Musicals Ranked by Ratings, From ‘Sound of Music’ to ‘A Christmas Story’ (Photos) How will NBC’s Easter Sunday “Jesus Christ Superstar” production fit in here? Tony Maglio | Last Updated: March 27, 2018 @ 7:13 PM [ comments ]

Morgan Spurlock Sued Over Halted Project About Women’s Issues

Getty Images Morgan Spurlock, who late last year admitted to sexual misconduct, is now being sued by a company that says a project about women’s issues was halted after the “Super Size Me” filmmaker made the admission. In the suit, filed Tuesday in federal court in California, Turner Entertainment Networks says that it entered into … Read more

Wrongfully Convicted Man Is Rehired By The White Sox After 23 Years In Prison

A Chicago man who was convicted of a crime he didn’t commit resumed his former job with the Chicago White Sox on Monday after spending 23 years behind bars.Nevest Coleman, 49, who was officially exonerated by a Cook County judge last month thanks to DNA evidence, returned to Guaranteed Rate Field as a groundskeeper. His … Read more

White House denies Trump is sending mixed messages to Moscow, but some see ‘incoherence’

WASHINGTON — The White House announced on Monday that Russia’s consulate in Seattle is being closed and that 60 of the country’s diplomats will be expelled from the United States as a response to the Kremlin’s suspected role in the poisoning of a Russian defector in Britain earlier this month. The United Kingdom and 13 … Read more

Republican campaigns' use of Cambridge Analytica raises questions

Rachel Maddow reports on new questions about the role Cambridge Analytica played in some Republican political campaigns and whether elections laws were violated.Watch Launched in 2008, “The Rachel Maddow Show” follows the machinations of policy making in America, from local political activism to international diplomacy. Rachel Maddow looks past the distractions of political theater and … Read more

Linda Brown, Center Of Brown v. Board Of Education, Dies At 76

Linda Brown, the young girl at the center of the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case, died on Monday at the age of 76. Brown’s sister, Cheryl Brown Henderson, confirmed the death to the Topeka-Capital Journal. Peaceful Rest Funeral Chapel of Topeka independently confirmed Brown’s death with HuffPost.“Sixty-four years ago a young girl from … Read more

Iowa family’s death caused by faulty water heater, investigators say

Kevin and Amy Sharp, along with their two children, were found dead in a rented condominium during a family vacation to Mexico. Investigators say a gas leak from a faulty water heater is to blame.Watch Watch “NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt,” providing reports and analysis of the day’s most newsworthy national and international events.