The rapper selected an eerily familiar photo for the cover of a new album that he produced, Pusha T's "Daytona."
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Gwyneth Paltrow and other recognizable names mourned the end of an era, one created by pop artist Andy Warhol in 1969.
50 weighed in on the recent allegations that an NYPD officer was extorting Love & Lust's club owner. The "Get the Strap" Instagram post resulted in a criminal complaint.
As Kim Kardashian and Kanye West celebrate their fourth wedding anniversary, sources say the couple is doing "really well."
Morgan Freeman is speaking out following allegations of sexual harassment by eight women.
Moses Farrow wrote in a lengthy blog post Wednesday saying that Allen, his adopted father, has been “condemned for a crime he did not commit.” Dylan Farrow, Allen’s adopted daughter with ex-girlfriend Mia Farrow, has said Allen sexually assaulted her in an attic at Mia Farrow’s Connecticut home on Aug. 4, 1992. Moses Farrow, whom Allen and Farrow also adopted, said he was at the house that day and that nothing happened. Ronan Farrow took the side of his mother and sister in a Twitter post Thursday.
President Donald Trump granted a posthumous pardon to heavyweight boxer Jack Johnson following an appeal by actor Sylvester Stallone, the White House announced Thursday. Johnson was convicted in 1913 under the Mann Act for taking his white girlfriend across state lines. The Mann Act made it a felony to transport “any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose.” It was supposed to prevent human trafficking, but critics argued it was used to criminalize African Americans and political dissidents.
President Trump gave another interview to "Fox & Friends" on Thursday morning and once again made extreme, inflammatory statements, this time about NFL players who decline to stand for the national anthem.
Comments that Jason Bateman made defending Jeffrey Tambor's verbal harassment of their "Arrested Development" co-star Jessica Walter in an interview weren't well received — and Bateman says he got the message.
Stormy Daniels was granted the keys to the Californian city of West Hollywood on Wednesday to celebrate her court battle with President Donald Trump over a sexual encounter she claims they had more than a decade ago. The porn star is suing Mr Trump, who denies the fling, to invalidate a non-disclosure agreement made days before the 2016 presidential election that prevents her from discussing the case. "I'm not really sure what the key opens. I'm hoping it's the wine cellar," Daniels joked at a ceremony at an erotic apparel store, struggling to make herself heard over the clamor of press photographers. "This community has a history of standing up to bullies and speaking truth to power, and I'm so lucky to be a part of it. I am elated and honored." Daniels, 39, was being celebrated for her "leadership in the #RESIST movement," said officials in West Hollywood, who proclaimed "Stormy Daniels Day" at the raucous presentation. "Out of all the chaos of the Trump administration, our own Lady Godiva appeared on horseback," West Hollywood mayor John Duran said. "And as you know, Lady Godiva rode naked through the streets of England to protest injustice and taxes, and we have our own Lady Godiva here in the city of West Hollywood." Stormy Daniels shows the Key during the ceremony Credit: Ringo H.W. Chiu/AP Duran praised the adult movie actress for bearing the "slings and arrows" of attacks not just from everyday detractors, but from "the most powerful person on the planet." "And she's held her head up with dignity and she fought back," he said, adding that Daniels and her lawyer Michael Avenatti were leading a struggle for all Americans "to get our country back." Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, told CBS's "60 Minutes" in March she had unprotected sex with Mr Trump once in 2006, and was threatened by a man in a parking lot in Las Vegas when she sought to sell her story five years later. The experience left her shaking in fear and afraid she would drop her infant daughter, she told anchor Anderson Cooper. "In these politically tumultuous times, Daniels has proven herself to be a profile in courage by speaking truth to power, even under threats to her safety and extreme intimidation," said a statement from the city, which lies wholly within the Los Angeles built-up area. Last week Mr Trump formally disclosed that he reimbursed Cohen more than $100,000 last year, apparently in connection with a payment of hush money to the porn star. The disclosure capped a series of contradictory statements from Mr Trump and his representatives on the scandal swirling around Mr Cohen - which has widened to ensnare major corporations and a Russian oligarch. The president initially denied all knowledge of the payment, which Cohen has acknowledged was intended to stop her from going public. Daniels' lawsuit has been put on hold by a judge for 90 days while Cohen faces a federal criminal investigation in New York.
The 'Thor' and 'Avengers' beefcake showed of some... creative moves with his children, prompting the family dog to freak out.