Abby Huntsman, a longtime journalist, pulled no punches in expressing disgust over the matter, calling the Times’ editorial “sloppy and lazy.”
Some comments Barbra Streisand made in a new interview have riled Trump supporters. But her remarks weren’t only about politics.
Serena Williams deleted her social media after the U.S. Open: "I just don't want to be involved in other people's opinions."
While Silverman stated during the interview that what her "brother" C.K. did to his accusers "was wrong," she said, "It's all very black and white until it comes to your front door and the bad guy is someone you love."
The comedian and activist took on Trump, Brett Kavanaugh, and the "older white turtles and men who are 85-plus" who are governing the country.
The Texas dance teacher who wrote the pointed song "A Scary Time" in response to the president's statement gave a powerful performance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
Sarah Silverman mentioned both Taylor Swift and Kanye West in a sentence — not to rehash the most dramatic celebrity feud of all time, but to make a point about Republicans.
The Comedy Central series had already put the Kavanaugh hearings, Roseanne Barr, and "offensive tweets" on blast before closing out with a troll of another beloved animated show.
The actress's Instagram showed a photo of the shredded Constitution and the message: "Appropriate and concerning."
While many saw the comedy writer's tweet about Kavanaugh's life being "ruined" as sarcastic, conservatives were quick to shame her.
After writing a Facebook post defending Brett Kavanaugh, who was accused of sexual assault by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, news anchor Kris Long was suspended before resigning from his position at CBS affiliate KESQ-TV in Palm Springs. The veteran journalist took to Facebook to write a 400-word post defending Kavanaugh on Sept. 17, well before he was confirmed to the Supreme Court. The post has since been deleted. He started off by supporting the #MeToo movement. “I have…
Hollywood — and people all over the country — lit up social media with their reactions.
Olivia Wilde talks about how she deals with this intense political climate; helping her mother, Leslie Cockburn, campaign for Congress in Virginia; and her feature film directorial debut.
Lady Gaga delivered a powerful statement about the debate surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and said that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her, is protecting this country. “What I have seen on the news with this debate of Kavanaugh versus Dr. Ford, it’s one of the most upsetting things I’ve ever witnessed,” the “A Star Is Born” actress told Stephen Colbert on Thursday. “I am a sexual assault survivor,” she continued.
Lady Gaga spoke for many when she said "this debate of Kavanaugh versus Dr. Ford is one of the most upsetting things I have ever witnessed."
Appearing on CNN's "Cuomo Prime Time" on Thursday, actress and activist Alyssa Milano — who supports both Clintons — told host Chris Cuomo that getting to the truth on sexual misconduct isn't a partisan issue.
The actress wrote a powerful statement on her Instagram thanking those who are speaking out against the Supreme Court nominee.
Jim Carrey's latest work of art features Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake in a recognizable scene.
Amy Schumer and Emily Ratajkowski made news after they were detained during an anti-Kavanaugh protest in Washington D.C. on Thursday. A Capitol Police spokeswoman told TheWrap that 293 individuals were arrested for unlawfully demonstrating in the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building. Another nine were arrested for “unlawful demonstration activities” on the fourth floor of the Dirksen Senate Office Building.
SPOILER ALERT: This post contains a spoiler for the end of “13 Reasons Why” Season 2. The team behind Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” can’t help but notice the “eerie” parallels there seem to be between its series and the recent Senate testimonies of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford. Kristel Laiblin, an executive […]
Emily Ratajkowski and Amy Schumer were detained on Thursday during a protest against the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who faces sexual assault allegations.
Alicia Keys, Erykah Badu, Esperanza Spalding, and John Legend will address protesters from the Supreme Court steps in Washington, D.C., on Thursday.