Justice Kentanji Jackson was welcomed onto the Supreme Court today as she took the judicial oath in a ceremony held at the court. President Biden and Vice President Harris attended the ceremony.Go deeper →
Noah announced his departure from The Daily Show on Thursday, almost seven years to the day since he took over from Jon Stewart. Noah expressed his gratitude to everyone who'd supported Comedy Central's \"crazy choice\" to hire \"this random African\" to host the show.
The Metropolitan Museum of of Art announced that the theme of next year's Met Gala will celebrate the work of the designer, Karl Lagerfeld. The corresponding exhibit will feature Lagerfeld's work from the 1950s to his final collection in 2019. The Met will also publish a book of Lagerfeld's work that will be available for purchase.
Russia is moving to annex the occupied regions of Ukraine that voted in sham elections earlier this week to join Russia. Ukraine formally requested an \"accelerated accession\" to join NATO and responded to Russia, saying they would fight to retake the occupied regions.Go deeper →
Peacock announced that the beloved tv show 'Community' is getting a movie. The movie will feature the original cast of the show. \"Six seasons and a movie\" became a cheeky rallying cry for fans before the show ended after six seasons in 2015, and the show's writer said he was excited to fulfill the prophecy.
The Celtics have agreed to a one-year contract with Blake Griffin. The veteran forward will join a stacked roster of players.
The U.K. coroner ruled that social media content viewed by teen Molly Russell contributed to her suicide death. She viewed thousands of pieces of content relating to self harm or suicide on platforms like Instagram and Pinterest.Go deeper →
The FBI charged an ex-NSA employee with espionage for trying to sell top-secret intelligence documents.Go deeper →
Today was Sheryl Sandberg's last day as COO at Meta. She announced she would be stepping down from her post in July. She will remain on the company's board.
Hurricane Ian made landfall in South Carolina this afternoon, causing a massive power outage, high flooding and extensive damage to homes and infrastructure. The updated death toll from Florida is at least a dozen residents.Go deeper →
In the second takeover in eight months, the Capitan of the Burkina Faso army, Ibrahim Traore, announced a military takeover. According to him, soldiers had blocked access to administrative buildings and shut down the television. It is not clear yet whether it was a coup attempt or if it was successful.