Mistakes happen, but when they are aired on national television, they become a fiasco. This is exactly what happened to Evan Kaufman when he appeared as a contestant on $100,000 Pyramid . During the final round on the ABC game show, Kaufman was paired with Saturday Night Live alum Tim Meadows. Kaufman was giving clues on a topic for Meadows to guess. When the clue “People Whose Last Name is Obama” popped up, Kaufman first said, “bin Laden”, thinking he saw the word “Osama.”…
Michelle Obama seemed to love the “On the Run II” show so much that she went back again — and brought her husband this time.
The Twitter “purge” is underway, and not even the biggest accounts, from President Donald Trump to President Barack Obama, can escape without losing a healthy chunk of their followers. The social media giant began Thursday removing “locked” accounts, which have been made inactive until further verification by Twitter. Trump, perhaps the most notorious Twitter user on the planet right now, saw his follower count drop by roughly 400,000 people to 53 million followers on Thursday — but the purge appears to be ongoing and that number could increase dramatically.
Hostin, 49, says that she and her family were celebrating over July 4th and "some kids, about 20 of them, ran in front of our home and started yelling the n-word at us."
Sean Hannity took a moment during his radio show on Thursday to report about a shooting at Maryland’s Capital Gazette newspaper, which left five dead and several injured on Thursday. The Fox News host said he had no interest in turning the matter into a gun issue, but rather singled out Rep. Maxine Waters and former President Barack Obama as those who were really at fault. Hannity also blamed Obama, who he said used similar rhetoric.
A more apt description of Bourdain came from his friend and fellow chef Eric Ripert, who called him "one of the great storytellers of our time." For more than two decades, Bourdain has left a big mark on pop culture through his books and shows — and even his feuds.
Do you like Netflix? Or, at least, this is what a dedicated group of Twitter users seem to believe, all of whom have taken to the social platform with the hashtag “#BoycottNetflix” to take a stand against what they believe to be a liberal bias in Netflix’s content offerings. The outcry appears to be a response to last month’s announcement that Netflix was entering an exclusive multi-year deal with Barack and Michelle Obama.
“It’s always a ‘joke’ after the backlash.” “Sometimes SORRY just doesn’t cut it.” The fallout has been swift and severe for Roseanne Barr’s racist comment on Twitter: the “Roseanne” reboot has been canceled and fans are outraged, including thousands of Yahoo commenters.
Former first lady Michelle Obama is sharing photos of her storied life before releasing her memoir, "Becoming," in the fall.
It’s official: Barack and Michelle Obama are moving from the White House to Netflix. The former President and First Lady have signed a multi-year production deal with the streaming giant — a deal that was rumored months ago, but officially announced today via a Netflix press release. The Obamas “will produce a diverse mix of […]
The couple said "I do" on this day in 1988. They've been charming the heck out of us ever since.
Former President Barack Obama's profile for the Time 100 engendered criticism from those who blame him for "doing nothing" to end gun violence when he was in office.
Former President Barack Obama wrote a moving tribute to five outspoken survivors of the Parkland, Florida, high school massacre for TIME magazine’s annual list of 100 influential people, released on Thursday.
The "View" co-host called out the former FBI director over what she perceived to be his "incendiary" comments about the Republican Party.
Netflix may be closing in on one of its biggest prizes yet: the former president and first lady of the United States. According to a New York Times report, Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, are in talks to produce a series of high-profile shows for the streaming giant. A spokesperson for Netflix could not […]
Nine introspective letters former President Barack Obama wrote to his college girlfriend offer a closer look at the former president’s formative years as he struggled with identity, loneliness, and hopes for the future.
On "The $100,000 Pyramid," Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller took several seconds and multiple clues to remember former President Barack Obama’s first name.
Keegan-Michael Key dropped by "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," where he reprised his famous role as President Barack Obama's anger translator, Luther.