The "Last Week Tonight" host called out the president for asking foreign powers to investigate his political rivals.
A Bill Cosby statue is being evicted from Walt Disney World. A bronze bust of the actor, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than two dozen women, was removed on Tuesday night from a section of the Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park that pays tribute to TV legends, according to the Orlando Sentinel. The move comes after the Associated Press obtained court documents from 2005 in which the comic and actor admitted to obtaining quaaludes with the intention of giving them to women with whom he planned to have sex.
Legendary Disney animator and sculptor Blaine Gibson, who designed some of the most iconic images in the company's theme parks around the world, died on Sunday, according to the Orange County Register. Gibson worked alongside Walt Disney during the development of Disneyland, and his sculptures were used to create the faces on characters in rides such as "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "Haunted Mansion" as well as the "Enchanted Tiki Room" show.
One of the friendly neighbors of "Sesame Street" is leaving town. Sonia Manzano, who has portrayed the character Maria since 1971, is retiring. After 45 years on Sesame Street, @SoniaMManzano will no longer appear on the next season.
Performing in South Carolina on Thursday night, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Paul McCartney dedicated a song to the victims of the mass shooting in Charleston. "We pray that people of all colors will be able to live together in peace and harmony," the musical icon said before playing the 1970 Beatles classic, "The Long And Winding Road." Nine black churchgoers were killed in a racially-motivated shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on June 17.
James Horner, the award-winning composer behind some of Hollywood's biggest films, died in a plane crash outside Santa Barbara, California on Monday, according to multiple reports. Horner was an avid pilot and was flying alone in his two-seater single-engine S312 Tucano when he was killed, according to Variety. Horner composed the music for more than 100 films, including "Titanic," "Avatar," "Field of Dreams," "Apollo 13," "Braveheart," "A Beautiful Mind" and two "Star Trek" movies.
A Fox News cohost threw an ax at a target last week, but missed and hit a nearby marching band drummer instead, according to video posted online. The edited clip posted on Facebook shows "Fox & Friends" cohost Pete Hegseth throw an ax at a bullseye on a wooden board during the June 14 broadcast. The ax sails over the target and hits Jeff Prosperie, a drummer in the West Point Hellcats marching band, which was performing during the show.
The first full-length trailer for "The Peanuts Movie" is here, and it offers the best look yet at the CGI versions of Charlie Brown and the gang. The trailer for the film, from 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios, shows Charlie Brown determined to change his ways and become a winner, mostly so he can impress the new kid on the block, The Little Red-Haired Girl. Along with Charlie Brown, the trailer features most of the "Peanuts" crew, including Linus, Lucy, Sally, Schroeder, Peppermint Patty, Pigpen and, of course, Snoopy.
An Ed Sheeran fan got the surprise of her life while singing "Thinking Out Loud" at a Canadian mall when the Grammy-nominated singer joined her on stage for a duet. Sheeran happened to be in a music store at West Edmonton Mall when he heard the familiar sounds of his own hit song. Just outside the store, 13-year-old Sydney Bourbeau was singing the tune as part of a fundraiser for the local Humane Society.
Bart Simpson is going to die this fall, but don't have a cow just yet: His death will last for just one episode. Longtime "Simpsons" villain Sideshow Bob will kill Bart during this year's "Treehouse of Horror" episode, Simpsons writer/producer Al Jean revealed during a panel discussion at the ATX Festival in Austin. "You're going to see Sideshow Bob do something he's wanted to do for a long time," Jean explained in an interview with Entertainment Weekly Radio.
Rocker Neil Young has released a new anthem about Starbucks, but don't expect to hear it at any of the company's coffee shops. "I want a cup of coffee but I don't want a GMO," Young sings. The tune has Young's vintage sound, from his trademark distorted electric guitar to his distinctive voice, and the video shows him and the band tossing their coffee cups.
"Kung Fury" is finally here, and it's as ridiculously awesome as you'd expect. The crowdfunded short film about a time-traveling cop on a quest to kill Adolf Hitler was released on YouTube on Thursday to the delight of the legions who turned the movie's 2013 trailer into a viral sensation. The result is exactly what that trailer promised: an homage to '80s cop flicks and martial arts films, right down to a dialogue packed with groan-worthy one-liners.
Dan Savage wants to do to Josh Duggar what he did to Rick Santorum: redefine the man's last name. On Tuesday, the writer and LGBT advocate called on his Twitter followers to help coin the new term based on the "19 Kids And Counting" star who was investigated for allegedly sexually molesting five underage girls, including several of his sisters, when he was a teen. NOTE: The following contains some NSFW language) Some replies harkened back to the definition of "santorum" Savage helped conceive in 2003 after then-Sen.
Comedian Amy Schumer tackled the Bill Cosby scandal during Tuesday night's episode of "Inside Amy Schumer," playing the role of his lawyer in a fictional trial about the multiple accusations of sexual assault made against the comic legend. As you might expect, Schumer was not your typical defense attorney, doing a Cosby-style dance and trying to muddle the line between the lovable characters he has portrayed and the serious accusations against him.
How many Fox News hosts does it take to change a tire? Cohost Brian Kilmeade and guest host Scott Brown, the former Republican senator from Massachusetts, were given tests that for reasons never fully explained were supposed to demonstrate higher levels of testosterone. Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today.
NBA MVP Steph Curry led the Golden State Warriors to a 110-106 win over the Houston Rockets in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Tuesday night, stealing the spotlight with 34 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists. But after the game, someone stole the spotlight from him: His own daughter. Riley Curry, who will turn 3 in July, dominated the post-game news conference the way her dad dominated on the court -- at one point even telling daddy he's too loud, and ordering him to be quiet:
A dogged fan at the Royals-Yankees game in Kansas City on Saturday caught a ball after nearly two years of waiting, then immediately gave it away to a child. "I think what happened was she thought she was off camera," KCTV-5 sports reporter Brad Fanning speculated.
Check it out in the fan-shot video above, and be sure to look for the proud papa smiling and nodding along as his daughter sings. You can view the performance from another angle here. The two performed at the “Acoustic-4-A-Cure” benefit for the Pediatric Cancer Program at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.
A Fox News guest declared that the gender pay gap exists because women are "less ambitious" than men and that most would be happier staying at home with children. Writer Gavin McInnes, a co-founder of Vice Media who left the company in 2007, made the inflammatory comments Thursday evening while on "Hannity" along with attorney and Fox News analyst Tamara Holder. Holder called the comments deplorable, but that didn't stop McInnes from pressing on.
Harry Shearer, the comic and actor who provides the voices for numerous iconic characters, including Mr. Burns and Ned Flanders, is leaving the show. "The Simpsons" was recently renewed for two more seasons.
Floyd Mayweather described Manny Pacquiao as a "sore loser" and "coward," and said he has no interest in a rematch. In an interview set to air on Showtime this weekend, the middleweight champ ripped Pacquiao for blaming his loss at Saturday's title fight on a shoulder injury -- one he failed to disclose beforehand. "Excuses, excuses, excuses," Mayweather told sportscaster Jim Gray in excerpts released in advance and cited by The Associated Press.
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine was attacked by someone who threw powdered sugar at him outside the Hollywood set of "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Levine was signing autographs outside the studio after recording a segment for Kimmel's show when a man threw a bag of powered sugar at him, catching him across the face and body, according to images and video from the scene. "The Voice" coach quickly backed away while security grabbed the man and brought him to the ground.