The president claims to have great respect for women, but critics on social media have had a field day pointing out occasions when Trump seems to have fallen short of that ideal.
A new video depicting the president referring to his wife as if she weren't standing right beside him is giving new life to internet rumors about their marriage.
Melania Trump wore a Calvin Klein power suit while accompanying the president to the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City.
A woman had her wedding and engagement rings resized by Kay Jewelers, but Hurricane Irma flooded the warehouse where the rings were stored and now they're missing.
The best part of Laverne Cox's look was her nails. Why? Because not only was the dazzling manicure show-stopping, but proceeds from sales of her ORLY polish will go toward Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief efforts.
First lady Melania Trump switched from her hurricane relief outfit to high fashion for a White House dinner Thursday night after a whirlwind day that included a trip to storm-ravaged Florida.
In response to hot cops of Gainesville, other police departments, including that of Knoxville, Tenn., are showing off their attractive officers on Facebook.
President Donald Trump and wife Melania set out on a trip to Fort Myers, Fla. on Thursday morning, where they’ll be meeting with those impacted by Hurricane Irma. Taking off from the South Lawn of the White House in Marine One, FLOTUS wore a pair of Chanel cap-toe flats instead of “storm stilettos.” She paired the shoes with tapered khaki slacks and a black blazer. The first family boarded Marine One on Thursday morning in coordinated outfits.
When makeup artist Kali Harlow used a colorful satellite image of the eye of Hurricane Irma to create her latest look, and shared a photo on Twitter, she caused a storm of her own.
A television news anchor who braved Hurricane Irma to deliver her news report created a body-positive moment that the internet is loving.
A group of volunteers gathered outside a gas station near an I-75 exit in Valdosta, Ga., cooking hot dogs and holding signs announcing “Free food for evacuees” from Hurricane Irma.