Moten claimed she was "a little bruised" after a scary fall last week, but on Monday we learned that her injuries were quite serious.
Griffin has been among those who pointed out that while her and Paul Gosar's misdeeds were similar, their punishments were not.
Here are our pop culture picks for Nov. 29 - Dec. 5, including the best deals we could find for each.
A California family decked out their home with handmade decorations that brought the Tim Burton classic to their front yard.
The CEO of Alpha Tau Omega says that while it was against the rules for fraternity members to provide alcohol to Sam Martinez, he wasn’t bullied or pressured into drinking the night he died.
Peter Jackson talks about new three-part documentary series "The Beatles: Get Back."
The "Saved by the Bell" star on what fans can expect in the second season of the Peacock revival.
Gaga, who called the National Anthem "a complicated tune,” said she saw the inauguration as an opportunity to sing for everybody, not just those who voted for President Biden.
"Jeopardy!" contestant Matt King gained notoriety after appearing on Tuesday’s show, but probably not for the reason he would like.
Carson Daly seemed genuinely rattled by the incident, as he paused the show and a tense moment of silence ensued.
Jason Segel looks back at "The Muppets" 10 years later, calls it "an absolute dream come true."
Lin-Manuel Miranda is everywhere right now, including in a cute and hilarious new edition of Yahoo Entertainment's "Kid Gloves" series.
Kyle Rittenhouse appeared on "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Monday, where he gave his first televised interview since being acquitted on all charges stemming from shooting three protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in 2020.
Shumpert makes history as the first former NBA star to win the Mirror Ball trophy, doing it on the strength of his freestyle dance routine that one judge called her "favorite" in 30 seasons.
“They said Jershika was nervous backstage,” host Carson Daly noted, to which she exclaimed, “I almost threw up, y'all! I never had that happen before!”
Here are our pop culture picks for Nov. 22-28, including the best deals we could find for each.
NBA star Enes Kanter appeared on "CNN Newsroom With Pamela Brown," Sunday, where he called out basketball legend Michael Jordan.
Even AMAs host Cardi B, who wasn’t even born yet when the two trailblazing boy bands were ruling the charts, understood the significance of this event.
PEOPLE has the exclusive premiere for the trailer of The Great British Baking Show: Holidays, which hits Netflix Dec. 3
After starting off sleeping on towels in his friend's kitchen, Rudd worked his way up to sleeping on a dumpster mattress in his own place down the hall.
"Wheel of Fortune" fans reminded us that you can’t please all the people all the time, after a rule gaffe caused a minor uproar.
Director Jason Reitman, Paul Rudd and more discuss paying homage to the original 1984 "Ghostbusters" and the late Harold Ramis.