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Disney+ won't take ads for alcohol, politics amid Florida flap

Disney is keeping its streaming service squeaky clean amid its recent flap over Florida’s so-called “Don’t Say Gay” law. The Mouse House, which is launching an advertising-supported tier, won’t take...

Jordan Peterson shames SI Swimsuit model Yumi Nu as 'not beautiful'— fans fight back

"These authoritarians are forcing us to accept people as they are... What a hellscape," one supporter mused.

Staffers bracing for People mag to go online-only; gripe new editor 'doesn't know what she's doing': sources

"The new editor doesn't know what she’s doing. Staff in the editorial meetings are texting each other and rolling their eyes when she talks," a source said.

Fox defends Rudy Giuliani's 'Masked Singer' appearance: 'No regrets'

Fox executives say they have "absolutely no regrets" about casting former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani in "The Masked Singer" -- a move which prompted judge Ken Jeong to...

Fit fam: Denise Austin's daughter, Katie Austin, is SI's Rookie of the Year

"It’s been such a life-long dream,” says Katie.

Legendary QB done as NFL analyst for NBC

Legendary NFL quarterback Drew Brees will not return to NBC after just one season as a studio and game analyst, according to sources.

Billboard Music Awards 2022: Who’s performing, hosting and how to watch

The Billboard Music Awards will help to tie a bow on the 2022 awards season Sunday night. For the second year in a row, The Weeknd leads the nominations with...

Tiny UK town claps back at Vogue after mag writes nasty letter to pub owner

A small-town pub owner snapped back against the media conglomerate, winning rave reviews for his witty yet fierce defense of Vogue's village honor.

Harris snagged $450K in book royalties during first year as VP

Vice President Harris hauled in nearly half a million dollars in book royalties during her first year in office, ethics disclosure forms show.

MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle has no sympathy for crypto investors

Cryptocurrency investors have taken significant losses in recent days, but they won't be getting any sympathy from MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle.