The comedian gave an insightful lesson on police brutality after a Buffalo officer pushed a 75-year-old protester to the pavement.
"You sound completely barking mad," the "Good Morning Britain" host told Donald Trump's personal attorney. Then it got personal.
The United States is "down on its knees, begging, pleading, hurt, angry, frustrated, in pain," The Rock said in a new Instagram video.
Kristin Bartlett, who said she lives in the same building as the "View" co-host, tweeted back: "I just walked outside. It’s fine."
The model called it the "worst kind" of virtue signaling in an impassioned post about performative activism.
The daughter of prison-bound Lori Loughlin confessed her white guilt after George Floyd's death, and some commenters weren't having it.
The "Long Shot" actor posted a Black Lives Matter sign on Instagram amid the George Floyd protests and gave a four-letter send-off to anyone who disagrees.
TORONTO — CTV News has issued an apology for broadcasting a video that featured "non-consensual behaviour."In the clip, a woman is being interviewed in a Toronto park about masks when a stranger interrupts to kiss her on the lips.In a voiceover, the reporter says the woman was OK with the "spontaneous kiss" from a man she said she had met minutes earlier with her dog. The woman tells the man to "text me" as she walks away.The video was shared and subsequently deleted on Twitter on Friday after commenters raised concerns about consent.CTV Toronto News anchor Nathan Downer told viewers Friday that it was "wrong" to air the video, saying what occurred was "unacceptable."A spokesman for Bell Media declined to answer further questions about the video. The reporter did not return a request for comment.This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 22, 2020.The Canadian Press
"Yet another rich white famous lady getting sucked into the prison system," "The Daily Show" host mockingly said. "You hate to see it."
"We struggled with what else we could have done to save him," the "Come To My Window" singer wrote on Instagram.
Last week, Jimmy Kimmel apologized for airing a deceptive clip that appeared to show Vice President Mike Pence delivering empty boxes to a nursing home. The vice president’s office apparently demanded an “on-air” apology as well. They got a lot more than that Monday night.“The trouble started because at one point in the video, after awkwardly lugging heavy boxes to the door, Mike Pence finds some empty boxes in the back of the van,” Kimmel explained. It turns out Pence was “joking” when he asked if he could just carry the empty boxes for the photo op. “How anyone can tell when Mike Pence is joking, I don’t know,” the host said. “I didn’t know because I only watched part of the video. I do not have the mental endurance it requires to watch Mike Pence deliver boxes for 29 minutes on C-SPAN.” Seth Meyers Unloads on Trump’s ‘Demented’ and ‘Fabricated’ Obamagate ScandalDrunk Fox News Host Jeanine Pirro Chugs Bleach on SNL “Bottom line is, I was wrong,” Kimmel admitted. “He was joking, I didn’t know.” When he learned that he’d “made a mistake,” he took the video down and issued his written apology. “Apologizing to the Trump administration for spreading untruth is like apologizing to Barry Bonds for using steroids,” he joked. “It’s hard.”“But the outrage from the MAGA hats, the outpouring of venom, was disgusting,” he added. “Stupid too, but mostly disgusting.” Kimmel revealed that “some of these lunatics” have the “audacity” to call themselves Christians, “but that didn’t stop them from wishing death on me, on my family, on my son.” All for airing what they are calling a “doctored” video. “It was not a doctored video, by the way, we didn’t do anything to it,” the host said. “Doctors are the people Donald Trump doesn’t listen to.” John Oliver Unloads on Bill Barr Over Michael Flynn Reversal: ‘A Dangerous Precedent’Now that he has apologized to the vice president, Kimmel called on Pence to “ask his boss, who lies every time there isn’t a McNugget in his mouth, to apologize for the following perversions of decency and democracy.” “Mike Pence has stood by, and warmly enabled, with a smug little twinkle in his eye these things for four miserable years,” Kimmel said, before listing offenses that included “separating thousands of migrant children from their parents,” “calling Neo-Nazis ‘very fine people,’” “ignoring warnings on coronavirus” and a lot more.Finally, Kimmel addressed the tweet that Trump himself posted about Kimmel’s error on Mother’s Day morning. “More Fake news, this time from Jimmy Kimmel’s last place show!” the president posted during a barrage of 126 tweets and retweets on Sunday.“He tweeted once every seven and a half minutes yesterday,” Kimmel said. “That’s impressive. He ignored a pandemic and his wife on Mother’s Day. He really can do it all.In response, Kimmel wrote, “Go make Melania brunch.”“Still no word if he did,” the host joked. “So anyway, this is what the White House is working on and thinking about right now. This really is the dumbest time to be alive.” For more, listen and subscribe to The Last Laugh podcast.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.