Country star Chris Stapleton brought Philadelphia Eagles coach Nick Sirianni to tears with his powerful rendition of the national anthem.
Fans of the Philadelphia Eagles lost it last night after the team lost the Super Bowl to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Joy Behar had the gall to compare herself to Rihanna days before the singer is set to perform at the Super Bowl.
In a nice distraction, WWE has revealed the WrestleMania 40 host city: Philadelphia. And, did Vince McMahon cash in on his way out?
Tom Hanks has sparked concerns for his health after he appeared to shake uncontrollably during an event in Australia.
Hollywood star James Woods is taking a stand for police as killings of cops are spiking all over the country.
Sports commentator Skip Bayless believes Tim Tebow didn’t get an opportunity to shine in the NFL because of media focus on his religion.
Tim Tebow was just defended by the NFL’s Trey Burton, who doesn’t “understand the outrage” over his comeback.
Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick spoke out this week to demand the release of convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Hordes of Black Lives Matter looters descended upon Walmart, where many stole high ticket items like televisions in the Philly riots.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay spoke out to blast “All Lives Matter” as the NFL continues submitting to the radical left.
NFL head Roger Goodell just apologized again to those kneeling for the anthem saying, “I wish we had listened…”
Big Cass suffered a seizure at the House of Hardcore wrestling event collapsing to the floor as he was about to do a meet-and-greet with fans.
Ever since football players started kneeling during the national anthem, the NFL has seen a drastic decrease in viewership as Americans have made it clear
For almost seventy years, the family of U.S. Marine Emil Ragucci thought that his body had been lost at sea during a battle at a Pacific
The liberal hosts of “The View” try to portray the panel’s sole conservative Meghan McCain as some sort of heartless monster. However, the proud
The NBA world is in mourning this week after the death of legendary Philadelphia 76ers player Hal Greer. He was 81 years-old. ESPN reported that Greer played for the 76ers for fifteen years after he was the 13th pick of the 1958 draft. The highlight of his career came when his team won the 1966-67 NBA championship.