On Wednesday’s “CNN Tonight With Don Lemon,” frequent contributor Van Jones had some positive things to say about Donald Trump for throwing support behind a new prison reform bill.
Stormy Daniels is sticking with her attorney Michael Avenatti after his arrest in a domestic violence dispute — at least for now.
Axl Rose and Sebastian Bach reacted to the president's illogical and widely criticized tweet blaming the California fires on forest mismanagement.
Twitter users defend journalist April Ryan from Trump attack: "45 is finishing off another week attacking black women journalists."
Gun owner Ashton Kutcher has already spoken out about the need for stricter laws, but the mass shooting at Borderline Bar & Grill on Wednesday hit home for him, so he's restating his case.
Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel joined other in saying White House press secretary Sarah Sanders should be fired for promoting an altered video to defend revoking the press credentials of CNN's Jim Acosta.
Many online commenters are calling for Sarah Huckabee Sanders to resign, after she tweeted out what appears to be a doctored video to back the decision to revoke press access to the White House for CNN's reporter Jim Acosta.
Jack Black appeared outside the White House to "campaign" for President Trump's job.
The White House falsely accused CNN's chief correspondent there of putting his hands on an intern who tried to take his microphone at a press conference.
Austin Mikel Clay, the man who took a pickax to President Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame over the summer, on Wednesday pleaded no contest to a charge of vandalism.
If the press conference Donald Trump held Wednesday to discuss the midterm elections results is any indication, his relationship with the media for the remainder of his presidency is likely to be bumpy.
Ted Nugent slams the outcome of Michigan's midterms as “downright insane cultural suicide.”
Paul Rodriguez, a comedian from “The Original Latin Kings of Comedy,” told TMZ he’s a “closet Republican” and a Trump supporter.
The United States may remain divided, but Jimmy Kimmel won Tuesday’s late-night war with ease.
Sacha Baron Cohen brought back Borat on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to rub elbows with L.A. Trump supporters and even tried his own brand of voter suppression.
"Someone invent a time machine and tell people in 1988 that in 30 years Axl Rose will be the voice of reason," wrote one commenter.
On Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski revealed details from an apparent private conversation with Donald Trump about his birther comments.
Fox News is inspiring its audience to hasten out to their polling places, even as CNN and MSNBC continue to put one smug commentator after another on-camera predicting a Democratic landslide.
UPDATED: NBCUniversal and Fox News said they would pull a controversial Trump campaign commercial from rotation on its networks after the ad sparked criticism while appearing during “Sunday Night Football.” Both Judd Apatow, a movie director who has worked frequently with NBCU’s Universal Pictures, and Debra Messing, an actress who is one of the stars […]