Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley picked up a Hollywood endorsement on the red carpet ahead of the White House Correspondents's Association dinner on Saturday.
SNL’s Cecily Strong Cracks Up Obama with Racist Cop Joke at WH Correspondents Dinner While Baltimore Riots Rage
Saturday Night Live star Cecily Strong hosted the White House Correspondents' Association dinner Saturday night, cracking jokes at the expense of the 2016 presidential contenders, the Clinton Foundation, attendant members of the mainstream media, and of course, President Obama.
Hollywood Stars Ditching Clinton?: Michael Keaton Wants Another Democrat After ‘Clinton Cash’ Scandal
Clinton Cash continues to make waves in the Hollywood community.
PBS documentary Finding Your Roots, already under internal review over claims it censored information about Ben Affleck's slave-owning ancestors out of a recent episode, has again come under fire for inaccuracies after Affleck's mother denied she was ever involved in the 1964 Freedom Summer.
Avengers: Age of Ultron stars Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans apologized Thursday for comments they made in a promotional interview in which they called co-star Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow character a "slut" and a "whore."
Actor Mark Ruffalo posted a link to an investigation based on Peter Schweizer's new exposé Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich on his Twitter page Thursday, a possible signal that Schweizer's book has penetrated the Hollywood establishment's liberal entertainment elite.
Five cast members of the upcoming Ferguson stage play abruptly quit this week after reading the play's script, which recreates the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson using testimony taken from the grand jury proceedings in the case.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley returned to Hollywood this week to meet with well-connected, deep-pocketed donors as he decides whether to challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination in the 2016 presidential race.
In an interview with National Geographic, President Obama stressed the importance of California's conservation efforts amid a fourth year of drought, laid out his expectations for this year's climate conference in Paris, and reiterated America's commitment to a "low-carbon future."
In an interview with the Daily Beast, actress Olivia Wilde said she will throw her support behind Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, despite having previously urged Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for the post.
Ben Affleck revealed the name of his slave-owning great-grandfather on Wednesday, a day after saying he regretted asking producers of a PBS documentary to edit any mention of the ancestor out of a documentary television show.
Last month, Jay-Z and a handful of some of the biggest names in music teamed up to launch Tidal, a new artist-owned streaming music service that would compete with household names like Pandora and Spotify. The concept seemed promising; a new
Ben Affleck took to Facebook on Tuesday to address the controversy surrounding censorship of his segment on the PBS television show Finding Your Roots.
Legendary X-Men character Bobby Drake, aka Iceman, is set to come out of the closet in a new issue of the "All-New X-Men" comic book series.
Beauty-tip seeking teenagers showed off their painful, bruised lips on social media this week after attempts to undertake the "Kylie Jenner Challenge" proved unsuccessful.
A California state appellate court struck down a tiered water rate plan used by the city of San Juan Capistrano as unconstitutional on Monday. The ruling that could represent a major setback for the state's recently amended water conservation plan, backed by Gov. Jerry Brown as an answer to California's crippling, historic drought.
Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame is running for President, and he wants your support.
**UPDATE**:Integrity of PBS at Stake over Editing Ben Affleck’s Slave-Owning Ancestor Out of Documentary
The integrity and reputation of PBS could be damaged by the revelation that the network censored information about Ben Affleck's slave-owning great-grandfather out of the actor's segment on the television show Finding Your Roots, several media professors said Monday.
Star Trek actor William Shatner wants to boldly go where no man has gone before: To the rain-soaked city of Seattle for a potential solution to California's devastating drought.
Happy 4/20 Day, America.
More than five months after a group of hackers crippled Sony Pictures Entertainment, information from thousands of leaked documents and emails is still surfacing.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are reportedly looking to expand their family by adopting a child from war-torn Syria.
California's State Water Resources Control Board on Saturday unveiled the latest outline for the implementation of water cutbacks across the Golden State. The Board said the new rules would better take into account factors that the previous outline had not addressed.
The second trailer for the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens dropped this week. The film is so highly anticipated that box office analysts are already saying it could gross $2 billion in worldwide revenue.
Marijuana locator app Weedmaps.com made a pair of million-dollar contributions on Friday to organizations working on legalization measures in California, an early sign that the cannabis industry will look to bolster its political clout ahead of the 2016 election.