The Cleveland Browns will now have to game plan without their star quarterback. Deshaun Watson has been suspended and fined for sexual misconduct.
The Georgia congresswoman's brash and bold ways finally caught up with her, at least on Twitter, after the social media service suspended her account for 12 hours for violating its misinformation policy.
Another rapper who was thought to be living righteous has been apparently doing way too much. One of the biggest social media brands has sat Talib Kweli down.
It’s about to get even more complicated in The Big Apple. Officials have announced that their famed iconic iron horses are going to shut down at designated hours.
J.R. Smith just took a loss, and the NBA season hasn’t even started yet. The 2013 Sixth Man of the Year has been suspended the first five games of the season for violating the NBA’s drug policy.
Alex Rodriguez is truly a polarizing athlete. As one of the highest paid Major League Baseball players in league history, the scrutiny on him has touched various aspects of his career including his on field performance, vanity, womanizing, individual character and his choice use of words, or lack there of.
The hammer has fallen on Alex Rodriguez, but it’s not a lifetime ban. The New York Yankees third baseman has been suspended by Major League Baseball for the rest of the 2013 season and all of the 2014 season.
The infamous Drake and Chris Brown club brawl went down last summer, but its repercussions are still being felt. A pair of popular NYC clubs, WiP where the altercation went down and Greenhouse, which is around the corner, will be shuttered for 10 days.
Apparently, “YOLO” is still a thing. The acronym for a You Only Live Once got a Texas high school student suspended when he wrote it on an exam and tweeted the evidence to friends and school administrators.
Popular NBA analyst for ESPN and founder of Grantland, Bill Simmons, was suspended earlier this week for tweets criticizing one of the network’s flagship shows, First Take.
Carmelo Anthony’s day just got worse. The NBA has suspended the Knicks forward for one game without pay for “confronting” Kevin Garnett in Madison Square Garden after Monday night’s (January 7) game against the Boston Celtics.
What was Rob Parker thinking? Yesterday, the sports columnist made headlines for essentially questioning the Blackness of Washington Washington Football Team quarterback Robert Griffin III because of his white fiancée, Rebecca Liddicoat, while on ESPN’s First Take, among other reasons. Today, the network announced that is has suspended Parker for his comments.