The president gave Joe Scarborough a new nickname Tuesday morning as he tweeted about morning cable news shows.
Sunday’s episode featured another one of the show’s trademark unexpected cameo appearances as former David S. Cohen got a bowl of Winterfell soup.
Deadline reported today that Linton has written, directed and produced her first feature film, "Me, You, Madness," in which she'll star alongside "Gossip Girl" star Ed Westwick.
A tweet from the social media team behind "The Good Fight" has stirred up Trump supporters.
In a crazy cosmic coincidence, Brad Pitt's 1998 drama started trending on Twitter the day before the first teaser for "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" premiered at Star Wars Celebration in Chicago and blasted social media into hyperspace.
Fox Business host Lou Dobbs used a graphic showing that a recent Georgetown University poll had President Trump’s approval rating at 55%, and that was later shared by the President himself. The only problem is, that graphic was incorrect.
“What I want to do is I want to put an empty chair in the room, and that chair represents the American people,” Schultz said, gesturing toward his own empty chair on set. “We're not going to leave the room until we solve the problem for the American people."
Nearly two months after calling out Rep. Ilhan Omar on Twitter, the former first daughter had nothing but praise for the congresswoman.
The incredible "This Is Us" season 3 finale had some major revelations, but left fans with more questions than answers going into next season.
A police corporal in Arlington, Texas showed some quick thinking when he enlisted the help of a truck driver to try and save a teenager threatening to jump off a bridge.
Both of Peele’s two features, 2017’s Oscar-winning Get Out and this year’s certified blockbuster Us, have featured African-American leads, Daniel Kaluuya and Lupita Nyong’o respectively. But I’ve seen that movie...
The video and post came with the hashtag #BadAssWomenDC as part of a series being done by CNN’s Dana Bash, and many think Conway should not have been included.
On The View Wednesday, Meghan McCain addressed the latest comments made by President Donald Trump about her father, the later senator John McCain.
Rep. Devin Nunes has filed a $250 million defamation lawsuit calling out two parody accounts that mock him.
On “The View” Monday, Meghan McCain reacted to President Trump after he went after her father, John McCain, during a weekend tweetstorm.
The 46-year-old actress apologizes for her "offending" tweet, but cautions "the left" for eating "one of our own."
On The View Monday, the hosts broke down the conspiracy theory #FakeMelania that regained momentum over the weekend.
Actor Jeff Goldblum weighed in on a (vaguely) pressing matter on Twitter over the weekend: Should scientists recreate dinosaurs?
The View co-host Meghan McCain was brought to tears during Thursday’s show, while discussing congresswoman Ilhan Omar being accused of using anti-Semitic tropes.
Not long after a two-month leave for medical reasons on Monday, host Wendy Williams was back at the helm of “The Wendy Williams Show” and immediately stirring things up with her defense of Michael Jackson amid child sex abuse allegations.
During a town hall event at a Toronto comedy club, CBC reporter Chris Glover had an unexpected visitor who licked him and kissed his neck.
"These are tumultuous times, and we are in a pool that we say controversial things all the time. It’s not so bad, life does go on, and it’s OK for people to speak their truth when they get an award," McCain said.
The moment, which was caught on camera, has taken off like wildfire across Twitter.