The actress and model shared a series of pictures of herself with the late Steve Bing, whom she hailed as a "sweet, kind man".
The former first lady says her marriage to Bill Clinton isn't out of convenience: "It's real and it's been around for a long time now."
Monica Lewinsky is behind a powerful new anti-bullying campaign called “The Epidemic” — and, while promoting it, revealed that she herself has “become the punchline ... more than normal” again amid the Trump impeachment investigation.
The former first daughter took the high road when a troll joked about the conspiracy theory that plagued mom Hillary Clinton's campaign.
"In the shutdown period, I remember looking out the window," Monica Lewinsky said, "and thinking the only way to fix this was to kill myself, was to jump out the window."
Twenty years after Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky led to his impeachment, a new docuseries, “The Clinton Affair,” looks back at that time — and features commentary from Lewinsky herself.
Chelsea Clinton is defending the daughters of Brett Kavanaugh, who is accused of sexual assault, after a cartoon mocking one girl was published.
Former President Bill Clinton clarified his comments about not owing Monica Lewinsky an apology after their affair.
Monica Lewinsky is offering a plea to anyone planning to invite her to a party: Don't rescind her invitation if Bill Clinton is attending.
A photograph of journalist Greta Van Susteren with former presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton enraged Twitter users, who questioned her integrity.
Chelsea Clinton was recently given flack for wearing a pair of "destroyed" nude heels to the Gordon Parks Foundation Awards dinner on Tuesday night.
We first met Hillary Clinton’s gorgeous nephew, Tyler Clinton, last summer when he posed shirtless for a series of amateur modelling photos snapped by photographer Adina Doria (he also made a brief appearance on stage when Hillary officially accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for president).
Proud grandparents Bill and Hillary Clinton arrived at Lenox Hill hospital in Manhattan Sunday, and all eyes were on … Hillary’s $3,500 Ralph Lauren handbag?
Bill Clinton’s campaign style is a master class in casual wear. Just yesterday, he stepped on stage in Manchester, New Hampshire, wearing a cargo green sweatshirt. A sweatshirt? But the thing is, he looked great—at ease, cheerful, and age appropriate—and it didn’t matter that everyone else up there with him was more polished, with the Secret Service guys in suits and Hillary in her usual blue blazer. Bill looked comfortable, finally! Whether he’s in a lumberjack flannel shirt (a favorite number that he’s worn on a multiple occasions with a blazer thrown over it (the blazer inevitably comes off)) or those quintessential non-faded, deep blue “dad” jeans (mid-rise, not cuffed, and worn with a basic belt and nondescript loafers), he looks effortless campaigning for—and deliberately not upstaging— his wife. Hell, he should wear that knit American flag sweater that he wore twice in Iowa even more frequently. Here, a slideshow of his best grandpa-in-his-prime looks so far—it will be updated as the campaign continues. May his bright white New Balances make their debut soon!Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
In Hollywood circles, birthdays are kind of a big deal (even on non-milestone years). Kanye West surprised his wife, Kim Kardashian West, with a screening of Jobs; Olivier Rousteing invited his entire #BalmainArmy to celebrate in Los Angeles clad in clothes he designed; Russell Wilson got Beyoncé to dress up as Storm from X-Men for Ciara’s 30th; and just about everyone else flies to Las Vegas for an all-expenses paid party in their honor. But Katy Perry was more political for her big day — literally — by choosing to spend her 31st stumping in Iowa for Hillary Clinton. At a rally, the singer was introduced to the crowd by former President Bill Clinton before taking the stage. "Look, I don’t want to talk long, because I have never been the warm-up act for Katy Perry before. I am well aware I am the warm-up act,“ he said. Then, wearing a white gown with a Hillary 2016 logo on the chest, an American flag cape, and blue and red turban, she performed hits including "America the Beautiful,” “Firework,” “Wide Awake,” and “Roar.” That night, Perry was the honored guest of the 2015 Democratic presidential candidate at the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner where she changed into a navy blue strapless dress with a red arrow belt. Throughout her weekend in the Hawkeye State, Perry took over Hillary’s Instagram account, posting photos of #ImWithHer nail art, “POTUS” jewelry, and several selfies. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Yesterday, which was International Women’s Day, you may have noticed hundreds of posts tagged #NotThere across social media, with a blank space where the image of a woman should be. The campaign, an initiative from both the Clinton and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, aims to bring awareness to the fact that even though it is 2015, the United States is simply “not there yet” when it comes to gender equality. We can certainly pat ourselves on the back for other developments and achievements, but when it comes to something as basic as men and women being paid the same amount of money for the same amount of work, we’ve totally failed. For the social media campaign, #NotThere asked women to change their Twitter and Instagram profile pictures to a generic silhouette. Meanwhile, companies like Conde Nast, Refinery 29, Kate Spade, and H&M joined the campaign. Some brands replaced the women in their ad campaigns with the words “not-there.org,” while H&M replaced their mannequins with the words in their windows to both draw attention and invite people to learn more about the cause. The website is worth checking out; it offers a very informative – and funny – video featuring Amy Poehler, Sienna Miller, and Padma Lakshmi. Here are a few of the best Instagram and Twitter posts from yesterday. For more information, please check out Not-There.Org.