A Georgia county commissioner and her school board member husband are crying foul after their seventh-grade son was ordered to change out of his “FNN - Fake News Network” T-shirt before going on a school field trip to CNN’s Atlanta headquarters.
An executive board member of the College Democrats of Wisconsin has resigned amid backlash over a derogatory tweet about white men.
Radio host Rush Limbaugh says Sen. Al Franken’s groping scandal is “gumming up” a Democratic Party plan to oust Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore and President Trump.
Actor Sylvester Stallone quickly denied claims on Thursday that he and a bodyguard sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl in 1986 as he was filming “Over the Top” in Las Vegas.
Lyrical jabs against President Trump that Joe Scarborough began over the summer with his band’s EP “Mystified” will continue into the holiday season with the release of “A Very Drumpf Christmas.”
German officials are livid over a court’s ruling that will allow Kuwait Airways to keep Israeli citizens off flights.
The predominantly liberal panel on ABC’s “The View” condemned Democratic Sen. Al Franken after he was accused Thursday of forcibly kissing and groping a Los Angeles radio host while they were on a USO trip together in 2006.
A Los Angeles radio host has accused Sen. Al Franken of groping her without her consent during a December 2006 USO tour, providing a photo of the alleged encounter that showed the Minnesota Democrat touching her chest with a smile on his face.
Canadian rapper Drake stopped his Sydney, Australia, concert mid-song Wednesday night to chastise a fan for allegedly groping women in the audience.
A Japanese rail operator has profusely apologized to customers for the “severe inconvenience” it may have caused after one of its trains left a station Tuesday morning a mere 20 seconds earlier than the timetable called for.