"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."
Messing and 'Will & Grace' co-star Eric McCormack raised Trump's ire by calling for his celebrity supporters to be named and shamed.
"I’ll say: ‘I don’t get it. How are you simultaneously as proud as punch of me, and watching Fox News all the time, doing takedowns of your daughter?'"
The posters depict a cartoon of U.S. Reps. Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Ayanna Pressley. Above the illustration are the words, "Send them back."
The actor drew attention on social media to Marvel Entertainment Chairman Isaac Perlmutter, a longtime Trump supporter.
Photos from President Donald Trump and Melania Trump's visit to El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio are all over social media – but one is particularly bothersome to critics of the president.
The internet fell in love after Alex Kack was filmed laughing uncontrollably at a pair of anti-immigrant protesters during a Tucson City Council meeting.
The "Last Week Tonight" host called out the president for creating an environment where "white nationalism and anti-immigrant hysteria ... can fester and indeed thrive.”
The singer called Trump an "evil f****** canker sore" in a tirade over Trump's controversial attack on Baltimore.
Following her photoshoot controversy, Kathy Griffin was upset about being investigated by the Secret Service but she was more than happy to be protected by the FBI.
Actor Patrick Gallagher shot back that Swanson was a "diva," while some Canadians took offense to her nickname.
Midler's crack about Trump hiring a "blackground" was slammed as "racist [and] degrading."
There were many reactions to Mueller confirming that he didn’t charge Trump with a crime, including Alyssa Milano and John Cusack.
John Canesa, the owner of Canesa's Brooklyn Heros in Clayton, Calif., is facing backlash after sharing a promotion on Facebook, which offered a free side to anyone who said "send her back" while ordering.
Fox Nation host Lahren slammed Kardashian for backing the First Step Act, calling conservative support of the reality star a "mistake."