In response to Linda Fairsten's op-ed in Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal, Ava DuVernay tweeted that it is both “expected and typical.”
The "Shameless" star was spotted carrying a graduation balloon that said “You did it!” ahead of his daughter Sophia's high school graduation.
Felicity Huffman's part in the college admissions scandal has not changed the way that Charlie Carver, who played her son Porter on "Desperate Housewives," feels about her.
The co-hosts of "The Real" said they think Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman won't face the full force of the law in their college bribery scandal, but Wendy Williams expressed sympathy for Huffman.
Felicity Huffman was back in federal court in Boston on Monday to enter a guilty plea in the college admissions scandal.
Actress Felicity Huffman tearfully pleaded guilty on Monday to paying to rig a college entrance exam for her daughter, part of a wide-ranging scandal in which wealthy parents used fraud to secure their children spots at prominent U.S. universities. The onetime star of the television series "Desperate Housewives" pleaded guilty in federal court in Boston to a conspiracy charge related to her payment of $15,000 to have someone secretly correct her daughter's answers on the SAT exam. Wealthy parents paid a total of $25 million to bribe coaches to help their children gain spots at universities like Yale, Georgetown and the University of Southern California (USC).
Kim Kardashian West speaks out on the college admissions scandal, says she wouldn't buy her children's way into their preferred school.
The congresswoman called out the justice system's double standards for "large-scale crimes of wealth and privilege."
A woman who did time at Martha Stewart’s ‘Camp Cupcake’ was in for a rude awakening when she saw the reality. “Prison is traumatizing for life,” she says.
"Keep a very low profile. Be kind to people. Tell your story but listen," advised the "Dance Moms" star, who served time in federal prison for bankruptcy fraud.
What a difference a day — and a plea deal — makes for Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin.
Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, are facing an additional charge in relation to the college admissions scandal.
Hours after actress Felicity Huffman announced she would plead guilty in the college-admissions scam case, Netflix said it would postpone "Otherhood."
The Desperate Housewives alum said in a statement that she's “ashamed” for the “pain I have caused my daughter."
While a date with Lady Justice is very different than a red carpet, familiar terrain for the Hollywood stars, what the defendants wear still plays a big part.
Huffman, 56, and Loughlin, 54, were free to go after their brief court appearance regarding bail conditions.
Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy are continuing to deal with the fallout of the college admissions cheating scandal.