The "View" co-host called out the former FBI director over what she perceived to be his "incendiary" comments about the Republican Party.
The speculation was endless as to who the man who threatened Stormy Daniels would look like, but now that the sketch has been released, the internet has humorously decided that it's ... Tom Brady?
Conservative host, Meghan McCain, has been outspoken about her love for House Speaker Paul Ryan, and she defended him today on "The View", especially against co-host Joy Behar.
Mo'Nique addressed her claims that Netflix used gender and racial bias in their offer to her for her Netflix comedy special.
In December 2017, Catt Sadler left E! after learning that she was making less than half of what her male counterpart was making. She says, "What was happening was an injustice, and that's why I felt very compelled to fight for what was right."
“It’s one of the reasons why I get up in the morning and I do what I do,” the “Black Panther” star said on “The View” as he watched the happy kids dancing.
The actor turned political candidate defends his false claim that former President Barack Obama is Muslim.
Rose McGowan appeared on "The View" to discuss her upcoming book “Brave” and the struggles she has faced since her encounter with Harvey Weinstein 20 years ago.
"There’s Justin Timberlake hashtagging 'My wife looks hot tonight hashtag Time’s Up hashtag I just did a movie with Woody Allen.'"
Donald Sutherland gives a heartfelt thank-you to Whoopie Goldberg for her speech summing up his career in November at the 2017 Governors Awards.
In an appearance on “The View,” the model told about an episode when she was working on a photo shoot, and she went on to praise the #MeToo movement.
Former vice president Joe Biden shared an emotional moment with Meghan McCain on “The View” Wednesday. McCain told Biden that she couldn’t get through the part of his book, “Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose,” which covered his son, Beau Biden’s, struggle with brain cancer. McCain’s father, Sen. John McCain, was diagnosed with the same form of brain cancer six months ago.
The “View” hosts sparred with Huckabee and Sanders over Trump’s controversial statements about women and white supremacists and his pardoning of Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Michael Moore explained that Democrats could win the 2018 elections without flipping a single Trump voter.