In 2015, late civil rights hero John Lewis dressed up as his 25-year-old self and marched with children through San Diego Comic-Con.
Celebrities posted social media tributes to congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis who died on July 17 after battling pancreatic cancer.
"John Lewis: Good Trouble" director Dawn Porter discusses civil rights icon's legacy and how his life's work relates to protests over police killing of George Floyd.
During Monday's broadcast of "CBS Evening News," the network misidentified Rep. John Lewis as deceased Congressman Elijah Cummings.
The interview was chopped into bits and sprinkled across the three hours of Fox & Friends, so the sound bites were itty-bitty. Trump continued to pile on Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., for the latter’s comment that he doesn’t consider Trump a “legitimate president.” Trump and the news media, hand in hand, have a new angle to keep this dead horse of a story alive: Lewis said it would be the first inauguration he will have skipped, but he also didn’t go to George W. Bush’s swearing-in. Lewis says he forgot that, but Trump called this a “lie” to Earhardt: “I think he grandstanded, and then he got caught in a very bad lie.
In a semi-surprise, that big ol’ growly, liberal bear in suspenders, Bob Beckel, reclaimed his chair on Monday’s edition of The Five. Beckel, who’d been dumped by Fox News in 2015 (and underwent, as he said on Monday, three back operations), is a sleeker grumpy ol’ bear now, having dropped 35 pounds. The other four of The Five — Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Greg Gutfeld and Dana Perino — seemed genuinely pleased to see Beckel, whose seat had been filled most recently by Juan Williams.
The holidays are a time of giving, sharing and weeping like a newborn. Well, that’s the case if you watch any of these European commercials that each year vie to make people bawl in all of the 23 officially recognized languages of the EU. This year’s entry is a strong contender for winner of the No Cry Challenge.