14 times Jordan Peele absolutely dropped the mic on Twitter


We all know that Jordan Peele can write one hell of a screenplay. He just won an Oscar for it, after all. But did you know he can also write one hell of a tweet? SEE ALSO: The best Jordan Peele clips you've probably never seen From glorious throwback photos to the perfect Oscars reaction, here are some of his most memorable Twitter moments. Ben Carson plays the doctor who separates Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear in STUCK ON YOU.

Jim Jordan, facing accusations of ignoring sexual abuse, faces political crisis

FOX News

Jim Jordan speaks out in Fox News interview after being accused of ignoring claims of sexual abuse during his time at Ohio State. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, faces four problems right now. Investigators are trying to determine who knew what about alleged sexual abuse around the Ohio State wrestling program when the Congressman served as an assistant coach for the Buckeyes. Jordan's not accused of inappropriate conduct. But multiple, former wrestlers assert that Jordan was aware of problems involving the late-Dr.

How Air Jordan Became Crying Jordan

The New Yorker

In 1991, Gatorade released its first commercial starring Michael Jordan. In the minute-long ad, shots of Jordan on the basketball court are spliced with those of kids imitating his signature moves, while a new earworm of a song, written specifically for the commercial, plays in the background. "If I could be like Mike," a chorus of children's voices sings, serving as a proxy for people of all ages everywhere. Jordan had already been appearing in national ads for years, but this was his coronation. Michael Jordan's athletic greatness was obvious then and remains so now.

The Jordan Rules


Jim Jordan, a Republican congressman from Ohio, wants to be speaker of the House. But he has a problem. From 1986 to 1994, Jordan was the assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State University. Several men who wrestled for OSU during those years say Jordan knew that the team doctor, Richard Strauss, was molesting members of the team. Jordan says he knew nothing about it.

Jordan cancels part of peace agreement with Israel

FOX News

AMMAN, Jordan – Jordan's King Abdullah II on Sunday said he has decided not to renew parts of his country's landmark peace treaty with Israel. Abdullah released a statement that he intends to pull out of two annexes from the 1994 peace agreement that allowed Israel to lease two small areas, Baqura and Ghamr, from the Jordanians for 25 years. The leases expire next year, and the deadline for renewing them is Thursday. The lands were leased to Jewish farmers early last century, but then became part of Jordan after the kingdom gained independence in 1946. Baqura, in the northern Jordan Valley, was captured by Israel in 1950.