Podcasting duo also discussed their long friendship, late E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons, new book Renegades and more
McCain said that Sarah Palin's infamous interview with Katie Couric is one of the ways John McCain's campaign set Palin up to fail.
The "Curb Your Enthusiasm" says he was originally worried about having to perform at the party.
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Former President Barack Obama also shared his summer 2021 reading list picks as well
"Malia, we love you, and are so excited to see what this year will bring for you!" Michelle Obama wrote in her affectionate tribute
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Obama pointed to enablers within the GOP and right-wing media outlets for pushing Trump's falsehoods, and for stoking racial resentment.
Cavuto laughed off the hate mail as “healthy ribbing,” but some of the attacks were very specific.
Former president Barack Obama opened up about the recent loss of his dog, Bo, during an appearance on"The Late Late Show With James Corden."
The former first lady shared her parenting concerns amid the Black Lives Matter movement.
After making headlines for revealing that her tenure at the White House will be short-lived, Press Secretary Jen Psaki gave two very good reasons why.
Showtime has found its Barack Obama for the upcoming anthology series “The First Lady.” O-T Fagbenle will portray the 44th president of the United States. Fagbenle, who is set to appear in Marvel Studios’ upcoming “Black Widow,” will star opposite Viola Davis, who will play Michelle Obama. Fagbenle joins a cast that includes Gillian Anderson, Michelle Pfeiffer, Aaron Eckhart, Judy Greer, Jayme Lawson, Kristine Froseth and Rhys Wakefield. Anderson will play Eleanor Roosevelt and Pfeiffer will portray Betty Ford. Eckhart will play Gerald Ford, the 38th president. Also Read: Gillian Anderson to Play Eleanor Roosevelt in Showtime's 'First Lady' Series “The First Lady” is a reframing of American leadership, told through the lens of the women at the heart of the White House. Produced by Showtime and Lionsgate Television, the series is executive produced by Cathy Schulman, Viola Davis, Julius Tennon, Andrew Wang, Susanne Bier, Jeff Gaspin and Brad Kaplan. The anthology series was created by author Aaron Cooley, who will write several of the episodes and executive produce. Barack Obama was most recently portrayed by Kingsley Ben-Adir on another Showtime drama, “The Comey Rule,” which aired last year. Fagbenle is represented by Buchwald and Curtis Brown Group in London as well as attorney Barry Littman at Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Rush & Kaller. Read original story ‘Black Widow’ Star O-T Fagbenle to Play Barack Obama in Showtime’s ‘The First Lady’ At TheWrap
Obama and Springsteen also discussed the rocker's friendship with Clarence Clemons on their new podcast about race.
Sean Penn says there’s “an awful lot to be optimistic about” with Donald Trump out of the White House, but he still worries about the culture which led to “this failed businessman turned fake billionaire on a TV show” becoming the president.
Colbert laid into the QAnon believer after several stories about her past pushing wild conspiracies surfaced.
Host Tom Hanks proclaimed, “When our former presidents unite like that, much of the rest of the world must marvel at what America is, at what Americans can do.”
Former President Barack Obama dropped a playlist of his favorite songs on Saturday morning, following his year-end movie, television and book recommendations from earlier this week. "Here are some of my favorite songs of the year," he wrote on Twitter. "As usual, I had some valuable consultation from our family music guru, Sasha, to put […]
Jessica Simpson, Mariah Carey, Lenny Kravitz, Alex Trebek, Alicia Keys, Matthew McConaughey and Michael J. Fox were among the celebrities getting personal in memoirs this year.
Obama said the message behind the “defund the police” movement has to be more clearly conveyed to the American people to gain more support.
On Monday, Meryl Streep appeared on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," where she took a moment to correct Barack Obama’s recollections of a moment they once shared.