Monday October 23, 2017
Today's Tabloid News

Mandalay Bay staffers didn’t call cops after security guard was shot

Hotel staffers at the Mandalay Bay did not call Las Vegas police until after Stephen Paddock started his mass shooting spree, according to phone records. An anonymous source who has reviewed the records told ABC’s “World News Tonight” that employees initially refused to alert authorities — even after security guard Jesus Campos took a bullet to the leg.  More…

A Supreme test for a ‘war on cops’ outrage

The war on cops is moving from the streets to the US Supreme Court. Last week, the justices heard a case that threatens police officers with financial ruin if they make arrests and the charges don’t hold up. One mistake making an arrest could mean losing their home and everything else. Faced with that risk, who would ever want to be a cop?  More…

Derek Jeter: It’s OK if Marlins players want to take a knee

Derek Jeter wouldn’t say whether he would take a knee during the national anthem if he still were playing, but the Marlins’ new co-owner and future Hall of Famer wouldn’t have a problem if one of his players chose to protest social injustice and police brutality by doing so.  More…

Crying Kimmel may not be the morel authority he would have you believe

An emotional Jimmy Kimmel has gotten a lot of attention lately for weighing in on health care and pushing gun control. Here’s a clip of Kimmel playing a game with women on the street where they had to guess what’s in his pants using their hands. He suggested one woman “use two hands” then said “maybe it’d be easier if you put your mouth on it.” NSFW  More…

Political correctness gone amuck: Boy Scouts will start admitting girls to the Cub Scouts

The Boy Scouts will soon be adding girls to their ranks. That’s the announcement posted Wednesday on the national service organization’s website after its board of directors unanimously approved to allow girls to join the Cub Scouts program.  More…

“I Didn’t Forget”: Actress Hilarie Burton Says Ben Affleck Groped Her

Stars have emerged left and right to condemn Harvey Weinstein in light of his sexual assault and harassment allegations, and Ben Affleck, who had worked with Weinstein on multiple occasions, found himself on the receiving end of some of the heat.  More…

Lindsay Lohan defends Harvey Weinstein

Harvey Weinstein has LiLo in his corner. Lindsay Lohan posted a video on Instagram from her bathroom in the United Arab Emirates in which — speaking in a curious Mid-Atlantic accent — she expressed support for the disgraced movie mogul.  More…

Unlike Trump, late-night comedy is quiet on Harvey Weinstein

Give Harvey Weinstein this much: He’s proving that late-night comedians aren’t the nation’s conscience after all. Weinstein’s implosion over alleged sexual misconduct ought to put him squarely in the late-night crosshairs, but Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and the rest have stayed silent. Did the scandal somehow hit too close to home?  More…

Megyn Kelly is destroying NBC’s morning ratings

The numbers are in, and “Megyn Kelly Today” is dragging down the “Today” show franchise. “Not only are ratings plummeting since Megyn Kelly joined the ‘Today’ franchise, but the numbers show Kelly’s lead-in has also affected Kathie Lee and Hoda Kotb’s show.” Kelly’s hour of “Today” is down 32 percent compared to a year ago. And “Kathie Lee & Hoda” is down 26 percent.  More…

Trump calls for tax law changes for NFL over protests

President Donald Trump on Tuesday called for changes to U.S. tax law affecting the National Football League, fueling a feud with the league and its players over protests that he says disrespect the nation. “Why is the NFL getting massive tax breaks while at the same time disrespecting our Anthem, Flag and Country? Change tax law!” Trump wrote in a post on Twitter.  More…

Matt Damon denies trying to get Weinstein exposé killed in 2004

Matt Damon on Tuesday owned up to calling a reporter at the request of Harvey Weinstein more than a decade ago, but insists he wasn’t trying to bury her story — and knew nothing about the movie mogul’s alleged history of sexual misconduct.  More…

Matt Damon & Russell Crowe helped kill 2004 Weinstein story

Matt Damon may soon be forced to comment on the decades of sexual harassment Harvey Weinstein inflicted upon his staff and a number of Hollywood actresses. One day after Sharon Waxman revealed in a post on The Wrap that she had been working on an expose about Weinstein until Damon and actor Russell Crowe called her directly to stop a negative story about Harvey Weinstein in the New York Times, according to the Daily Mail.  More…

Donna Karan defends pal Weinstein, says harassed women ‘may be asking for it’

Fashion designer Donna Karan has come to her pal Harvey Weinstein‘s defense in a bold way – saying sexually harassed women may be “asking for it” by dressing seductively, according to the Daily Mail. The DKNY founder, who is friends with Weinstein’s wife, fashion designer Georgina Chapman, described the couple as “wonderful people,” adding: “Harvey has done some amazing things.”  More…

New revelations: Las Vegas gunman shot security guard six minutes BEFORE opening fire on concertgoers

The gunman who attacked a country music concert in Las Vegas shot a security guard in the hotel before beginning his assault on the concertgoers, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said Monday, a significant change to the timeline of the massacre that officials had previously given to the public.  More…

ESPN finally suspends Jemele Hill for social media ‘violation’

Strike 2. ESPN suspended Jemele Hill on Monday for two weeks “for a second violation of our social media guidelines.” Hill had Tweeted, “This play always works. Change happens when advertisers are impacted. If you feel strongly about Jerry Jones’s statement (to demand his players stand for the national anthem), boycott his advertisers.”  More…