Day: November 23, 2023

Former Broncos defensive lineman Harald Hasselbach dies at 56

Former Denver Broncos defensive lineman Harald Hasselbach has died at age 56 after a six-month bout with cancer. The two-time Super Bowl champion’s family announced his death Thursday, saying he was “free of pain.” Hasselbach had been diagnosed with metastatic mucinous adenocarcinoma, according to the family. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM “He’s Former Broncos defensive lineman Harald Hasselbach dies at 56

Packers shock Lions with Thanksgiving victory behind Jordan Love’s stellar game

The Green Bay Packers stunned the Detroit Lions on the road Thanksgiving afternoon, defeating their NFC North rivals, 29-22.  The Packers moved to 5-6, while the Lions slid to 8-3.  The Packers started pouring it on early in this one, and it started with Jordan Love launching a 53-yard pass down the middle of the Packers shock Lions with Thanksgiving victory behind Jordan Love’s stellar game

Rioters clash with police, torch car after knife attack in Dublin

Protesters and rioters clashed with police officers and a police vehicle was set ablaze in Dublin, Ireland Thursday evening, following a knife attack earlier in the day in which five people were injured, including three children. Per Irish media outlet RTÉ, rioters attacked gardaí, officers of the state police force Garda, and set a garda vehicle Rioters clash with police, torch car after knife attack in Dublin

Robin Williams improvised ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ ‘so much’ 2 million feet of film was used

“Mrs. Doubtfire” director Chris Columbus is reflecting on working with legendary actor Robin Williams. In recognition of the popular movie’s 30th anniversary, Columbus recalled using an extensive amount of film during production to capture all of Williams’ ad-libbed moments. “Early on in the process, he went to me, ‘Hey boss, the way I like to Robin Williams improvised ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ ‘so much’ 2 million feet of film was used

Rep. Dean Phillips issues apology for criticism of Vice President Harris: ‘I respect her’

Rep. Dean Phillips, who is challenging President Biden in the Democratic primary, said he owed Vice President Harris an apology on Wednesday after sharing some criticisms of her during an interview with The Atlantic. Phillips posted to X late on Wednesday and said he owed an apology. “in the atlantic, i shared kind words about Rep. Dean Phillips issues apology for criticism of Vice President Harris: ‘I respect her’

Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh will be credited with wins despite being banned from sidelines: report

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh has not coached his team’s last two games due to a three-game Big Ten suspension in response to the school’s alleged sign-stealing scandal. Although Harbaugh did not coach either game, both wins, he has reportedly been credited with the victories. According to CBS Sports, the decision to credit Harbaugh with Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh will be credited with wins despite being banned from sidelines: report

College basketball player confronts fan who allegedly called him a ‘terrorist’ during game

A Cal basketball player confronted a fan who was allegedly calling him a “terrorist” during the Golden Bears’ game against UTEP on Monday.  Fardaws Aimaq, a 6-foot-11 center, was caught on video walking up the bleachers at The Pavilion in San Juan Capistrano, California, to get in a fan’s face. Aimaq’s agent, Daniel Poneman, reposted College basketball player confronts fan who allegedly called him a ‘terrorist’ during game

HGTV star Heather Rae El Moussa admits ‘hardest thing’ about battle with autoimmune disorder

Heather Rae El Moussa admits it has “not been easy” living with an autoimmune disorder. Last month, the HGTV star and wife of Tarek El Moussa discovered that she was suffering from Hashimoto’s disease, a common autoimmune disorder in which the immune system attacks the thyroid gland, causing symptoms like exhaustion and weight gain, according HGTV star Heather Rae El Moussa admits ‘hardest thing’ about battle with autoimmune disorder

Thank Taylor Swift this year for bringing jobs and joy, WSJ columnist says: ‘Person of the Year’

Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan made the case for Americans to be thankful for one person in particular this year: Taylor Swift.  “She brings joy, jobs and happy feet everywhere she goes,” Noonan wrote in an op-ed headlined “We Should All Give Thanks for Taylor Swift.”  “She’s the best thing happening in America,” Noonan Thank Taylor Swift this year for bringing jobs and joy, WSJ columnist says: ‘Person of the Year’

English soccer official resigns after posting ‘Hitler would be proud of Benjamin Netanyahu’

An official with English soccer’s governing body has resigned following an inflammatory social media post about the Israel-Hamas conflict where he wrote that Adolf Hitler would be proud of Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. Wasim Haq tendered his resignation from his role as a council member of the Football Association (FA) on Thursday, writing that English soccer official resigns after posting ‘Hitler would be proud of Benjamin Netanyahu’