News broke Monday that Democratic Detroit Congressman John Conyers had settled sexual harassment claims in the recent past with taxpayer dollars, but there have been even more signs that the Congressman had an active libido at the ripe old age of 81.
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An outfit called Super Deluxe, which describes itself as "an entertainment studio based in downtown Los Angeles," answered the question no one knew to ask --- what would it sound like if you took some of the more entertaining, provocative and crazy things former Blaze TV host and current Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren said and set them to '80s music. The result is 2:41 of hilarity.
Former CBS News anchor Dan Rather hoped back in 1999 the rape accusation made against then-President Bill Clinton by Juanita Broaddrick would go away.
Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was ejected from Thursday's game after he came off the bench and grabbed and pushed a referee during a scuffle with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, the runner-up for the Democratic Party's nomination for president in 2016, told an audience on CNN Wednesday night that Americans would be happy to pay more in federal income taxes if he could just explain to them it would mean they'll get more "free" government benefits, including health care, child care and college.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders found a lot of support from Democrats in the Senate when he introduced a bill to create a single-payer health care system in the U.S. earlier this year. While Sanders said, "health care is a right," one nation often held up as a model for what the U.S. should have is facing another public relations nightmare as the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom has moved to indefinitely block all non-urgent surgeries for people who smoke or are obese.
Apple’s Denise Young Smith, the newly minted Vice President of Diversity at the tech giant, has caused outrage in the industry over comments she made in defense of diversity of thought. Silicon Valley has been in an all-out push to bring in more women and minorities, so when Smith said, "I focus on everyone. Diversity is the human experience," without focusing specifically on race or gender, liberal publications criticized her.
The New Yorker published NBC reporter Ronan Farrow's bombshell story about disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein Tuesday.
Actress Brie Larson complained on Twitter Thursday that a Transportation Security Administration agent asked for her number after she smiled at the agent.
A manager of a McDonald's in the Bronx, New York, was arrested this week for selling cocaine to customers with their burgers and McNuggets.
TV host Mike Rowe offered up some words of comfort for survivors of the Las Vegas massacre in a Tuesday Facebook post.
The Green Bay Packers asked fans to link arms during the national anthem at Thursday night's game against the Chicago Bears to show "unity." If the footage from the song's performance is any indication, fans largely ignored that request.
TV host Mike Rowe is known as a blue-collar guy who champions vocational education and avoids politics. But lately, that has gotten more difficult, especially as he fields questions from fans. As the controversy surrounding protests over the national anthem consume all sports and media coverage, Rowe took on the issue Sunday in response to a fan query, and he spared no one.
As the U.S. Secret Service sought greater diversity in its ranks, the agency lowered its standards, former agent Dan Bongino says in a new book on the inner workings of the government agency assigned to protect the President of the United States. This accusation has led to a war of words between the former agent and the agency he used to work for.
Singer Stevie Wonder kicked off Tuesday's star studded Hand In Hand telethon to raise money for hurricane recovery by getting political. Wonder started the show by saying, "Anyone who believes that there's no such thing as global warming must be blind or unintelligent."
ESPN has seen its fair share of political controversy lately, including the removal of college football play by play announcer Robert Lee from a game because he shares a name with the Confederate general.
If you enroll in Equifax's identity protection service, you waive your right to sue or join any class action lawsuit against the company, which announced Thursday that the personal data of 143 million Americans may have been compromised.
Of all the problems facing people whose lives have been turned upside-down by Hurricane Harvey, you would think an abortion would rank pretty low. That didn't stop the Lilith Fund of Texas from creating an emergency fund so that victims can still terminate an unwanted pregnancy.
"Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe had some choice words Tuesday night in response to a question he got accusing him of harboring "white nationalist" sympathies.