Tom Hanks continued his attacks on President Trump’s handling of the press Thursday, saying the current administration is “waging a guerrilla war on the First Amendment.”
Rupert Murdoch said Thursday that the issue of sexual harassment at Fox News was “largely political” due to the network’s “conservative” leanings.
Audiences have flocked to “Wonder,” and they have told their friends and neighbors, apparently.
The attorney for Matt Lauer’s accuser said NBC News has not done enough to protect the anonymity of his client.
More women are accusing Dustin Hoffman of sexual misconduct, including an incident in which a playwright says the actor exposed himself to her in a New York hotel room when she was 16-years-old.
Oxford Dictionaries recognized the power of the millennial generation Friday with its 2017 word of the year: youthquake.
Officials in Mesa found themselves scrambling to replace the city’s $40,000 Christmas tree this week after a local resident set it ablaze.
ABC has pulled “The Great American Baking Show” off the air after celebrity pastry chef Johnny Iuzzini, one of the show’s judges, was accused by several former employees of sexual harassment.
The arrival of radio host Dennis Prager at the University of Wyoming last month was the beginning of the end for a conservative group’s access to student government funds.
Music mogul Russell Simmons said on Instagram that he plans to defend himself a day after a New York Times story published claims by three women saying he raped them.