Former President George W. Bush said during a speech Thursday that “bigotry seems emboldened” in the current U.S. climate and that white supremacy “is blasphemy against the American creed.”
Revelations of Hollywood honchos sexually abusing child actors and actresses have exposed the sordid reality of la-la land as the “open secret” at the heart of the Harvey Weinstein scandal comes further into the spotlight.
Hollywood filmmaker Quentin Tarantino now admits that he and “everyone who was close” to disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein knew of his sordid behavior before The New York Times released an expose earlier this month.
Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky’s participation in the #MeToo Twitter campaign to highlight sexual assault has raised the ire of Juanita Broaddrick, who still accuses former President Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978.
Cambridge University students who delve into Shakespeare’s “Titus Andronicus,” “The Comedy of Errors” and other works will now be subject to “trigger warnings” on sexual assault.
Mayim Bialik has issued another statement regarding her controversial New York Times op-ed about the Harvey Weinstein scandal, this time saying she is “truly sorry” that her piece was interpreted as casting blame on his alleged victims.
Scotland is on its way to become the first nation in the United Kingdom to criminalize spanking as a form of parental discipline.
Pakistan-born comedian Kumail Nanjiani took to Twitter Thursday afternoon to offer praise for for George W. Bush, but quickly added the former president’s thinly veiled criticisms of Donald Trump shouldn’t paper over his “crimes” in office.
Political violence and terrorism insurance: It’s called a “PVT” policy for short, and it’s becoming increasingly popular among major music acts and entertainers facing an uncertain world.
Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson suggested during an interview Wednesday that women have a “responsibility” to help prevent themselves from being sexually assaulted by not by dressing or behaving provocatively.