Radio host Glenn Beck told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Thursday that this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference has revealed “frightening” behavior by attendees.
ABC sportscaster Mark Giangreco has reportedly been suspended after calling President Trump a “cartoon lunatic” on Twitter.
George Takei, the actor who played Sulu in “Star Trek,” set his phaser to “American Spring” and blasted his 2.19 million Twitter followers on Thursday.
Andy Richter, the longtime sidekick to late-night comedian Conan O’Brien, took to Twitter Friday to denounce CPAC, saying that President Trump was the “ideal” speaker for the conservative gathering because he’s a “racist” bully.
Denmark’s courts have dusted off rarely used blasphemy laws to charge a 42-year old man accused of burning a Koran.
Attorney and activist Anita Hill says it’s a “difficult time” to be a woman in President Trump’s America, and called on Hollywood to counter the “dark forces” of his administration by honoring more women in film.
Republican Caitlyn Jenner posted a video Thursday calling President Trump’s transgender action a “disaster” that hurts the LGBT community.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays the brutal villain Negan on AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” has spoken out on a controversy involving a T-shirt inspired by his character on the zombie action-drama.
Pamela Anderson says she been so inspired by her new friendship with Julian Assange, the fugitive WikiLeaks founder who faces sexual assault allegations in Sweden, that she is going to “start campaigning” for men who are falsely accused of rape.
Inauguration singer Jackie Evancho and her transgender sister Juliet are offering to meet with President Trump to “enlighten” him on LGBT rights.