Jeff Cox Headlines

  • Jeff Sessions Is Killing Civil Rights

    Across immigration, policing, criminal justice, and voting rights, the attorney general is pushing an agenda that could erase many of the legal gains of modern America's defining movement.

    The Atlantic
  • Jeff Goldblum has no problem playing himself onscreen

    “People write Jeff Goldblum-y parts and they want me to do them and that’s fine.”

    Page Six
  • Jeff Sessions Clams Up On Tucker Carlson

    Lame duck AG has trouble defending lack of action.
  • Jeff Tweedy Plots Fall Tour

    Wilco frontman schedules gigs around Midwest, West Coast

    Rolling Stone
  • Why do the Emmys keep snubbing Jeff Probst?

    In recognition of the official beginning of Emmy nomination voting today, I’ve got something to say. (Or, more accurately, something to write.) Recently, my colleague Kristen Baldwin made a plea to Emmy voters to consider The Bachelor for an Emmy nomination in the Reality Competition category, where the series has been denied a proverbial rose every single year. Another program that has been snubbed for 11 years straight is Survivor, which is completely ludicrous, especially when you consider...
  • Jeff Goldblum to release debut album

    At the age of 15, Jeff Goldblum started playing jazz in cocktail lounges in Pittsburgh. 50 years later, he has signed to iconic label Decca Records.
  • JEFF SCOTT: Pavel steps up in Stephen Foster

    The Stephen Foster Handicap doesn't have the prestige of storied older-male races such as the Santa Anita Handicap and Jockey Club Gold Cup. In recent years, however, the list of winners of the 35-year-old race (a Grade 1 since 2002) has rivaled that of any other divisional event outside the Breeders' Cup.

  • Ginebra acquires Jeff Chan in trade with Phoenix

    Barangay Ginebra has acquired shooting guard Jeff Chan from Phoenix in exchange for a first round pick in the 2018 PBA Draft, a source tells by Dino Maragay
  • Why does Trump hate on Jeff Bezos: is it about power or money?

    The owner of Amazon and the Washington Post keeps his counsel, spurring the president to ever-greater rage Nestled between the embassy of Myanmar and the historic home of President Woodrow Wilson, the biggest house in Washington DC is taking shape. A yellow digger is parked outside, construction workers throw sandbags over their backs, and thick black tubes stretch from high windows to the ground like the legs of a giant octopus. Inside, a foreman in a baseball cap sits behind a desk at a...

    the Guardian
  • Jeff Sessions’s other favorite Bible stories

    Even Jeff Sessions may quote scripture to his purpose.

    Washington Post
  • The Truth About Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston's Friendship

    It can be awfully disappointing to find out that two co-stars who so convincingly played a devoted duo on TV or in a movie together don't actually get along in real life. Or, also...
  • Jeff Lewis’ surrogate sues over ‘Flipping Out’ birth

    His surrogate claimed she made it clear that she didn't want Monroe Christine's birth filmed.

    Page Six
  • Jeff Bezos to announce his philanthropy plans this summer

    Bezos, the world's richest person, isn't a big name in philanthropy, at least not yet.

  • Jeff Sessions introduces Place to Worship Initiative

    The Department of Justice on Wednesday announced a new effort to prevent municipalities from discriminating against religious groups. Dubbed the "Place to Worship Initiative," the Justice Department has promised to ramp up enforcement of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000, a law signed by President Bill ...
  • CNN Renews Jeff Zucker's Contract Through 2020

    CNN re-upped its contract with Jeff Zucker to keep him at the company through 2020, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. read more

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Jeff Sessions's asylum decision hurts women the most

    Critics say Sessions's tough approach does further harm to victims of domestic abuse and gang violence.
  • Jeff Scott column: Justify runs to glory

    It wasn't easy coming up with scenarios where Justify might have lost the Belmont. Maybe Noble Indy, the only opponent who had shown any speed from the gate, would soften up the Derby/Preakness winner early. Maybe Bravazo would unleash the same big finish that brought him to within a length of victory in the Preakness.

  • Jeff Sessions primed to overhaul asylum law

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions will announce a major decision that could impact thousands of asylum seekers from Central America on Monday -- his latest move to use his unique authority to single-handedly reshape immigration law. Sessions made the announcement at an annual training conference for the nation's hundreds of immigration judges, telling them the decision would be coming and reminding them that they will be obligated to follow his interpretation of the law. Though Sessions did not...