Woody Harrelson recalled his brushes with Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump before either were politicians on an episode of Marc Maron's "WTF" podcast.
Although she's overall satisfied with the impeachment inquiry and the Democrats handling of it, Alyssa Milano found common ground with Republicans on one issue.
Kim Kardashian reveals she ditched her printed speech and decided to "wing it" during a White House press conference.
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.
Kathy Griffin appeared on 'The Wendy Williams Show' on Tuesday and talked about how the recent release of a fake Trump massacre video is affecting her.
Rihanna opens up about politics in the latest issue of Vogue, condemning President Donald Trump's dealings with immigration and mass shootings.
“This guy should not be president, period,” the Oscar winner told CNN host Brian Stelter.
The former secretary of state, who compared her 2016 defeat to "losing to a corrupt human tornado," said she supports the impeachment inquiry.
“It’s the greatest presidential harassment of all time,” Baldwin as Trump complains. “I should know, I’m like the president of harassment.”
She fired back a tweet after the president called the impeachment probe and whistleblower complaint "the greatest scam in the history of American politics."
Joe Biden stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” where he weighed in on the Trump impeachment inquiry and Giuliani’s corruption allegations.
The president mocked the teen activist on Monday: “She seems like a very happy young girl looking forward to a bright and wonderful future.”
Fox News issued an apology to 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg following disgraceful comments made by a guest on “The Story With Martha MacCallum,” then Laura Ingraham mocked Thunberg a few hours later.
"The View" co-host Meghan McCain stormed off set in front of a shocked audience after a tense standoff with guest panelist Ana Navarro.
A public high school in Arkansas is under fire after cheerleaders lifted a banner at a football game featuring President Donald Trump's campaign slogan and the words, "Trump the Leopards."