When President Trump plays certain songs at a rally, it's a given that artists will demand him to stop. Rihanna even asked him to keep her “Don’t Stop the Music” off his playlists.
Angelina Jolie's father attended the world premiere of her new film "Maleficent" and praised President Trump.
Tanika Ray, the longtime co-host of "Extra," remembers her reaction to learning that Billy Bush would be returning to the show: her jaw dropped.
“I think it’s long overdue,” Bradley Whitford said of the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. “I think he’s a racist. I think he is a misogynist. I think he’s a sexual [assaulter].”
Kutcher said he and wife Mila Kunis met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and his wife, Olena Zelenska, last week.
Chris Evans is no fan of President Donald Trump, and on Wednesday, he slammed him again, following Trump’s remarks to the press about trade with China.
Brett Baier stands by Fox News polling data and defends the network’s news division following Trump’s recent criticism.
President Trump mocked a man for his weight at a recent rally after mistaking him for a protester. It turns out the audience member was a supporter of Trump.
Actress Sally Field and the long-running children's TV show "Sesame Street" are in the latest class of Kennedy Center Honors recipients. Others chosen to receive the award for lifetime achievement in the arts include singer Linda Ronstadt, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas and the musical group Earth, Wind and Fire. For the third straight year, the attendance of President Donald Trump seems likely to be a subject of speculation in advance of the event.
Kristy Swanson says critics of Trump's tweets telling lawmakers of color to "go back" where they came from are the same ones "attacking" the color of his skin.
Captain America himself reacted to President Trump’s tweets, telling several Democratic congresswomen of color to “go back” to where they came from, with the message: "This is racist, Biff."
Trump said Schwarzenegger “died" at NBC after taking over "The Apprentice" from him.
The reality star made another trip to the nation’s capitol to discuss the First Step Act, a prison-reform law.
“This is very hard. I try to put on a game face every day and I try to be as stoic as possible but grief is tricky and I’m still sad," she said on "The View" on Thursday.
"Old white men telling women what they can do with their bodies is repulsive, and it’s abhorrent,” the former star of "The Good Wife" said.