Muhammad Ali, Jr. and his lawyers say that on Friday afternoon at Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C., while trying to check in for a flight at the ticket counter, he was flagged on a computer check and AGAIN detained by TSA agents who needed "more information" about him.
Word has it that the agent at the desk "wouldn't accept" Ali Jr.'s government-issued Illinois driver's license (?!?!), and instead put the boxer's son on the phone with Department of Homeland Security officials.
Ali's lawyers are adamant — this is about his faith, and it's clearly a fact that whomever should be held to account for this — TSA, the President and his administration, etc. — needs to figure some things out and stop detaining travelers who just so happen to be Muslim.
James Van Der Beek somehow made it through a very painfully awkward interview...
Making an appearance on the Thursday episode of British TV show This Morning, the star was meant to be promoting his Sky One show Carters Get Rich, only it was overshadowed by its very cringe-worthy start!
Hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby introduced the actor by showing a clip of what some of his accomplished Dawson's Creek costars have been up to in the 20 years since the show aired, and then they said: