A former White House official recently told New York Magazine's Olivia Nuzzi that Chief of Staff John Kelly held Communications Director Hope Hicks in low regard.
The funny man has transitioned into a second career as a visual artist and he’s not just painting landscapes… is he getting political? Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more.
Outgoing Rep. Trey Gowdy on Sunday bristled at President Donald Trump's attorney John Dowd's calling for the Justice Department to end the special counsel probe.
Two women who have accused actor Steven Seagal of sexual assault detailed their experiences during a news conference Monday, saying the incidents happened when they were still in their late teens.
We’ve seen the recent underwear shots in the jacuzzi with bestie Jordyn in Wyoming. We’ve seen her cute selfies..So, lets be honest, old Kylie is back!Kylie went to great lengths to keep her pregnant body out of the spotlight.. she literally disappeared for 9 months, which is incredible. Would you try this weight loss secret? Let us know in the comments below!
Steven Pinker actually thinks we’re doing better than the news suggests. The Harvard Psychology professor stated, “In almost every year from 1992 through 2015 — an era in which the rate of violent crime plummeted — a majority of Americans told pollsters that crime was rising. In late 2015, large majorities in 11 developed countries said that ‘the world is getting worse.’ And in most of the last 40 years, a solid majority of Americans have said that the country is ‘heading in the wrong direction.’ Are they right? Is pessimism correct? Could the state of the world, like the stripes on a barber pole, just keep sinking lower and lower?” Pinker knows that it’s easy to get down about the state of the world — considering how the news is filled with stories about war, crime, pollution and other heavy topics. Whether the world is getting worse or not, the news seems to want us to think that way. So how can we accurately appraise the state of the world? Pinker says the answer is to count, stating, “How many people are victims of violence as s proportion of the number of people alive? How many are sick? How many are starving? How many poor? How many oppressed? How many illiterate? How many unhappy? And are those number going up or down? A quantitative mindset despite its nerdy aura, is, in fact, the morally enlightened one.”
Todd Fuhrman is back to recap a wild first weekend of the NCAA Tournament including all the degenerate bets that were made in Vegas as well as what we can take from the results to make some money going forward.
CNN's Van Jones says he was encouraged by some of President Trump's proposals to fight the opioid epidemic but called the President's idea of the death penalty for some drug dealers "divisive" and "stupid."
So it’s not all heartbreak during this Jelena break as Selena Gomez was spotted in her bikini on a yacht in Australia. Selena was all smiles, showing off her scar to the cameras. With Justin Bieber caught clubbing with another girl in Los Angeles, did you think Selena would look more upset? Let us know in the comments below!
Sports Illustrated has taken stories that sports figures have never shared before and brought them to life through animation. On the field, off the field, and WAY out of bounds.
Netflix has admitted to paying Matt Smith more for his role as Prince Phillip in The Crown, which means he made more than the Queen, Claire Foy. Now people have turned to an online petition to end the pay disparity. Keri Lumm reports.
In 2005, Pittsburgh Steelers teammates Jerome Bettis and Hines Ward started a bet over who could score more touchdowns. The contest came down to Super Bowl XL, during which "The Bus" found himself in a Catch-22.
Shawn Mendes recently uploaded a ‘Coming Soon’ pic to instagram and it has us going crazy with anticipation. We have all the details on Shawn Mendes’ upcoming album. When do you think the album will drop! Let us know in the comments below!