The PGA Tour golfer's language is "entirely inconsistent with our values," the company said in a statement.
"Trans In Trumpland," which debuts at the end of February, also captures intersectional issues like race, immigration and poverty.
The legislation, if it becomes law, will help distance the Hoosier State from Vice President Mike Pence's anti-LGBTQ legacy for good, supporters say.
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According to the 2021 â€œWhere We Are on TVâ€ report, production delays on â€œEuphoria,â€ â€œThe L Wordâ€ and other shows led to an inclusivity decline.
A Black firefighter from Georgia, a former Youth Poet Laureate, a Catholic priest and a pastor will also be involved in the ceremony.
Democratic State Rep. John Mark Windle wants to honor the country music star â€œfor all that she has contributedâ€ to Tennessee.
From start to finish, one of the defining themes of Donald Trump's presidency was his profound anxiety about masculinity.
Here's how one couple are supporting each other through the worst of the coronavirus pandemic.
In the first 2021 episode of her talk show, the host said she wasn't sure where she'd contracted the coronavirus. "Itâ€™s a mystery to me.â€
"Enough is enough, huh?â€ asked the CNN anchor.
Lawmakers agreed to stop pushing for nondiscrimination ordinances in 2017 as a compromise in ending the stateâ€™s controversial â€œbathroom bill.â€
Appearing on CNN's "Full Circle," the news anchor got remarkably candid about his journey to living authentically. â€œIâ€™m very blessed,â€ he said.
After neo-Nazis invaded their city in 2017, activists raised alarm about the fascists who'd eventually storm the Capitol. They hope America's listening now.
A preview of Chip and Joanna Gainesâ€™ lifestyle network debuted on Discovery+ â€” including the first few episodes of Joanna's cooking show "Magnolia Table."
It definitely wouldn't be for the good of the country, argued the MSNBC anchor.
"This was mayhem and murder in the Capitol, instigated by the president," said the CNN anchor.
Nicholas Yatromanolakis said he'd like his appointment to his nation's conservative government to make it easier to tackle homophobia.
Hair care is a bonding ritual, and these families are proof that loving the way you look is a powerful force.
The third "Legally Blonde" film will pick up with Reese Witherspoon's Elle Woods in her 40s.
"I made a terrible, terrible judgment call," the former No. 1 said of his comment, which the PGA Tour called "unacceptable."
A scholar of authoritarians discusses the MAGA insurrection and how the end of Trumpâ€™s presidency might be the beginning of a phase of extremist violence.
Every movie on this list was originally slated to come out in 2020 â€” until the COVID-19 pandemic forced studios to reschedule.
COVID-19 may have upended their wedding plans, but these couples found a safer, more intimate way to still get married.
The artist and activist defended "Sell/Buy/Date" as "brilliant," but said she was "not in an emotional place to deal with the outrage" the project was generating.
The CNN anchor excoriated the outgoing president as a â€œcomplete and utter disgrace."
The singer said she was in the studio when violent pro-Trump forces stormed the U.S. Capitol building.
The newspaper, along with the Miami Herald, joined Democrats in arguing the president's Cabinet should remove him under the 25th Amendment.
Still, the actor's loved ones are grateful he passed on the stripper-themed smash, which starred Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey.
The Republican governor of Vermont called for Trump's resignation, while Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) said she's already drafting articles of impeachment.
With Democrats poised to hold both chambers, Biden vowed immediate action on "economic relief, on climate, on racial justice, on voting rights and so much more."
The Recording Academy is now said to be planning for a "more intimate" ceremony to take place March 14.