Kardashian also discussed being robbed back in 2016 and how the O.J. Simpson trial "tore our family apart."
President Trump continues to assert that his hospital stay for COVID-19 was a success, but some experts say the situation bears resemblance to a dangerous phenomenon known as VIP syndrome.
Early on in the coronavirus pandemic, White House officials expressed hope that the sunlight and humidity in the summer would stem the tide of COVID-19. Experts predicted they wouldn't. Here's why they were right.
Many Twitter users found Ivanka's video ironic as she was hired for her White House position only because she's Donald Trump's daughter.
The former real estate developer threw half-formed ideas at health experts they didn't have time to deal with, The Washington Post reports.
President Trump has touted the benefits of two drugs studied to treat COVID-19. World-renowned malaria expert Christopher Plowe, PhD, says there's not enough evidence to start prescribing it.
Vice president Mike Pence has been put in charge of managing the coronavirus concerns, and that is giving Beck Bennett a chance to step into the spotlight on "Saturday Night Live." But he wasn't there alone, as the sketch quickly turned toward the democratic presidential hopefuls, including special guest host John Mulaney as Joe Biden. […]
"Free, Melania" features a theory about the controversial Zara jacket the first lady wore last year.
The first daughter rang in her 26th birthday on Oct. 13 with a series of well-wishes from her famous friends and family.
"DWTS" host Tom Bergeron has also explained that producers disagreed with his hope to keep the show "free of inevitably divisive bookings from ANY party affiliations."
Mariana Atencio planned to "represent our people" with her outfit at the White House Correspondents Dinner. However, a higher-up told her not to look "too Latina."
The first daughter was called "Nepotism Barbie" and reminded of her father's travel ban on Muslim-majority countries.
Fox Nation host Lahren slammed Kardashian for backing the First Step Act, calling conservative support of the reality star a "mistake."
"The policies of the Trump administration have been hateful and I see the painful impact in my students," said "Teacher of the Year" Kelly Holstine of Minnesota.
“I'm sitting on her laptop writing this statement and her iMessages are synced so I can see, as she sits at her desk texting, I can see what she's saying,” Cliff Sims said about Kellyanne Conway.