Michael Moore stopped by "The Late Show," where he revealed the title and release date for his new documentary about President Trump.
Country music superstars Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley hosted the 51st Annual "CMA Awards." And we soon learned that their claim of a "politics-free" show, was fake news as they teased Donald Trump with a parody song.
Kathy Griffin backtracked on her apology to Donald Trump for releasing photos and a video of her holding a fake severed head of the president in May.
In a video on the website ATTN:, Schwarzenegger, who grew up in Austria, began, "There are not two sides to bigotry, and there are not two sides to hatred."
Michael Moore explained that Democrats could win the 2018 elections without flipping a single Trump voter.
The senator explained that the complaint had been filed by Brady Toensing, Vermont co-chair for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
For Star Wars fanboys and fangirls, actor Mark Hamill will forever be known as Luke Skywalker. In 1992, he began voicing the character of the Joker on the show Batman: The Animated Series to critical acclaim.
James Corden sent 297 copies of "Philadelphia" to President Trump in the hopes that it would make him care about HIV/AIDS.
Colbert stepped out of comedy mode to address the Alexandria shooting and commended members of Congress and the president for their unifying responses.
It’s not every day that a celebrity photobombs your prom photo, much less a world leader. But on Friday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did just that.