The “Real Time” host defended Bill and Hillary amid reports of the Clinton Foundation’s suspect finances during a segment of his show Friday night, even while both his liberal and conservative guests criticized the presidential pair for their latest controversy, according to Mediaite.
Actor and child star Frankie Muniz may be best known for “Malcolm in the Middle” and “Agent Cody Banks,” but he’s hoping that he can make his work for soldiers and in the political realm a bigger part of his legacy. Muniz talked to D.C. morning show WMAL about his new projects working for PTSD awareness […]
ESPN host Stephen A. Smith is very angry that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady skipped out on President Obama’s ceremony to honor the Super Bowl champion team at the White House Thursday.
Former Olympian and “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star Bruce Jenner finally revealed that he identifies as a woman in his Friday night “20/20″ interview with Diane Sawyer, but it was a different announcement that had viewers freaking out. Sawyer asked if Jenner cheered when President Obama became the first president to even say the […]
Just days after announcing his own candidacy for president in 2016, Waka Flocka Flame is endorsing Hillary Clinton for the White House. The Atlanta rapper said during a recent interview with MTV News that he will vote for Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
President Obama honored the Super Bowl Champion football team on the South Lawn, kicking off his remarks with a joke about the team’s long since past “Deflate Gate” controversy.
Actress Olivia Wilde is “excited” by Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. The film star, who campaigned for then-Sen. Barack Obama in 2008, expressed her enthusiasm for the “political discussions” that result from election season during a recent interview with The Daily Beast.
Robert Downey Jr. cut short a recent interview with British Channel 4 News reporter Krishnan Guru-Murthy when the journalist questioned the actor about a past statement regarding how being imprisoned impacted his political beliefs.
Chris Christie went on Jimmy Fallon’s show to inform him he does NOT appreciate all the fat jokes.
Jon Stewart–excited for something in the GOP? Well, sort of.
Cecily Strong, the “Saturday Night Live” comedienne who will host this weekend’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, admitted to Variety in an interview that it will be “tough” for her comedy act to follow that of the “amazingly funny” president.
Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame is running for president in 2016. In an interview with Rolling Stone published Monday, the rap artist followed through on a promise he made on Twitter back in November 2012.
Famed actress and comedian Roseanne Barr doesn’t want to see Hillary Clinton succeed in the 2016 presidential election. She’d prefer to see herself win the nomination.
Gwyneth Paltrow, who was recently challenged to spend only $29 on food for a week to experience living on food stamps, broke her low-budget diet for chicken, vegetables and half a bag of licorice.
John Oliver focused his weekly tirade on “patent trolls”–those who obtain questionable “patents” in order to wrest money from everyone from huge software companies to struggling small stores.
Comedian and actor Dan Aykroyd has joined the list of Hollywooders with a vocal opinion on firearms, one he was only too happy to share during an interview Friday on“The HuffPost Show.” “America’s flat-out gun crazy. That’s it, man,” he said. While Aykroyd is much gun friendlier than the likes of Liam Neeson, he said […]
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) may love “The Simpsons,” but the feeling is not mutual, according to the show’s creators. The Republican presidential candidate detailed his love for the show during an interview on The Federalist Radio Hour Thursday, reciting lines from two of his favorite episodes of the cartoon television series. Cruz described the episodes entitled “Round Springfield” (1995) and […]
Ted Cruz really likes “The Simpsons.” The Republican presidential candidate detailed his fandom during an interview on The Federalist Radio Hour Thursday, spotlighting two of his favorite episodes of the cartoon television series.
Marco Rubio, friend of Pitbull, fan of explicit 90s rap lyrics and Nick Minaj, and 2016 presidential candidate, has sadly declined an offer to perform his lyric-spitting talents on live TV.
According to the New York Post’s Page Six, the actress has already dumped the food stamps challenge she agreed to last week, binging on two gourmet dinners in one night.