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5 of Madonna’s Dumbest Political Statements

Pop icon Madonna waded back into the political jet stream last weekend when, during the Women’s March on Washington protest rally, she told thousands of demonstrators that she has often thought of “blowing up the White House” following Donald Trump becoming the 45th President of the United States.

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THR: Hollywood Gripped By Red-Carpet Terror Fears

Entertainment industry trade The Hollywood Reporter conducted a year-long investigation into security at high-profile film premieres and over 55 red-carpet events throughout Los Angeles and found that is “strikingly easy” for unauthorized personnel to gain access to A-list talent.

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Trumpism Is Winning — Now We’ll Have to See About Donald Trump Himself

A new poll makes clear: Donald Trump can win this election if he keeps hammering on the anvil. That is, hammering with the same hammer, on the same anvil, for the next five months. The anvil, of course, is the basic issue of homeland security, and the hammer is the action needed to keep the country safe.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves during a campaign rally at the Macon Centreplex, Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, in Macon, Ga. (AP Photo/Branden Camp)

The Guardian: ‘America’s Very Soul Is in the Balance’

Barack Obama didn’t need to give a speech on the Orlando shooting Tuesday, having already addressed it in solemn voice the day before. But following a meeting with his national security team on the state of our country’s fight against Islamic State, he found he had something important to say.

President Barack Obama pauses while speaking at the Treasury Department in Washington, Tuesday, June 14, 2016, following a meeting with his National Security Council to get updates on the investigation into the attack in Orlando, Florida and review efforts to degrade and destroy ISIL. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)