It has something to do with her sex tape.
It's safe to say that Kanye West has ruffled a few feathers with his many controversial tweets, pro-Trump rants and claims that slavery was a choice. Even Kris Jenner didn't hold back on her feelings about his
But also: Where is the talking black cat I was promised?!
Every October, I wrap myself up in a large throw blanket, place some freshly popped popcorn and chocolate chip cookies-give me salty and sweet or nothing-within arm's reach, and settle in for a binge-watchathon. OK, so it doesn'
He said it was 'fake news.'
Donald Trump is a curious creature. He's been banging the drum about "fake news" pretty much since he took objection to the first negative news story written about him in the media during his presidential campaign, and he's
US fans actually think it's a clever way to slam Donald Trump.
CBS' Madam Secretary is a US TV series where actress Tea Leoni plays the title role of fictional US Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord. Last week, the show made headlines because the trailer for the 15th episode of its 3rd season showed
Many were angered by Taylor's refusal to take a stand against Donald Trump.
When you're a celebrity on the level of Taylor Swift, silence really does speak louder than words, as became clear from the controversy around Taylor's refusal to get political in 2016. In the run-up to the presidential election, many
She's an adult woman, not an injured little bird.
Is first lady Melania Trump an ascendant power player, cunningly latching herself to a rich businessman, a professional model now improbably occupying one of the most visible and influential female roles in the world? Or is she a victim of a conniving
#BoycottStarbucks is trending on Twitter.
If you've been living under a rock or have simply been too busy to pay attention to international news, let us catch you up. President Donald Trump has been making sweeping changes in the U.S. and needless to say, there
Too little, too late?
The Women's March made activists out of many who had never gotten political publicly before-Taylor Swift among them. The singer, whose silence on the 2016 election got global attention, tweeted a statement of support for the march-and suggested she
And more and more arrived by the minute...
Celebrities went all out in Washington, DC to participate in Saturday's Women's March. Here are some photos of their vocal resistance to inspire your own activism!Alicia Keys:Vanessa Hudgens:John Kerry: JOHN KERRY joins the #WomensMarch (with his dog).
And so it begins.
As President Donald Trump was placing his hand on Lincoln's Bible and being sworn into America's highest office, a not-so-subtle website simultaneously went live.ImpeachDonaldTrumpNow.org announced the start of a yet another campaign to impeach President Donald
Everything is political, whether you like it or not.
Yesterday, New Balance Vice President of Public Affairs Matt LeBretton told Wall Street Journal reporter Sara Germano that the company was happy with the election of Donald Trump. "The Obama administration turned a deaf ear to us," LeBretton said, "and, frankly, with
Abortion and the Affordable Care Act may be things of the past.
Based on Trump's proposed policies and campaign rhetoric, millions of Americans are worried about the loss of their civil liberties, the loss of protections to our overheating planet, access to affordable health care, and so much more. No one can be
'The call to action is the same, but so much louder.'
In the wake of this historic, unprecedented election, there are so many people looking for guidance on how, as women, we make sense of it all. Below are 12 must-read feminist responses to the 2016 presidential election. Let them enrage you,
Clinton delivered her concession speech in NYC, where she congratulated Donald Trump and wished him a successful presidency.
Hillary Clinton delivered her concession speech in New York City on Wednesday morning, congratulating Donald Trump and wishing him a successful presidency."I'm sorry that we did not win this election," she said. "But I feel pride and gratitude for this
'Donald Trump, I accept you. And it's hard to say, but I even accept you as President of the United States.'
A tearful Miley Cyrus has accepted Donald Trump will be her nation's next leader.The pop star was spotted voting at a drive-by polling station in California on November 8, and has since made it clear Republican Trump was not
"I have never seen a thin person drinking Diet Coke."
Josh Groban did one hilarious skit for Jimmy Kimmel Live where he sang Donald Trump's best tweets. The controversial US Presidential candidate Donald Trump is known for his outspokenness-which borders on tactlessness, tbh.Jimmy Kimmel introduced the singer on the
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