Legendary filmmaker George A. Romero, the creator of the groundbreaking "Night of the Living Dead" franchise, has died at 77.
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Ronald Reagan’s Daughter Condemns Trump: ‘Our Democracy, And The Dignity of America, Is Wounded And Bleeding Out’
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump consistently dodged reporters this week at the three-day Allen & Co. conference in the Idaho mountain resort Sun Valley. Since arriving Wednesday night, the couple has enjoyed dinner at the Sun Valley Lodge and remained low-key amidst tech oligarchs, media moguls, and celebrities.
On a rooftop in downtown Manhattan, a Hillary Clinton impersonator in an orange jumpsuit drinks Chardonnay inside a dunk-tank resembling a jail cell. A crowd of excited Trumpians wearing Make America Great Again hats cheer, "Lock her up! Lock her up!"
The Hulk Hogan trial against Gawker Media in 2015 was a tabloid cesspool of American narcissism that raised questions over the First Amendment and the nature of media. Netflix's new documentary "Nobody Speaks" examines the Gawker trial in relation to business magnate Sheldon Adelson's acquisition of The Las Vegas Review and Donald Trump's rhetoric toward the press.
Where does political polarization end? The Hamptons.
One diehard Trumpian is standing by president Trump's side in the midst of fallout from his tweets about MSNBC hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski -- where the president referred to the latter as “low I.Q. Crazy Mika” who was “bleeding from a face-lift.”
A new study by political scientist Jeff Brauer finds that the generation after Millennials, Generation Z, is expected to lean Republican.
In the wake of Donald Trump's Thursday morning Tweeter tirade against MSNBC "Morning Joe" hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough (where Trump referred to the former as "low I.Q. Crazy Mika" who was "bleeding from a face-lift"), Weekly Standard editor-at-large and failed psychic Bill Kristol called the President "a pig."
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In the vein of Kathy Griffin, a "Shakespeare in the Park" production of Julius Caesar by the Public Theater features a mock assassination of a president Donald Trump lookalike. Though the play does not refer to the president by name, the depiction of Caesar bears striking similarities to Trump.
Hamptons hell-raiser and son to mega-billionaire Democrat donor George Soros, Alex Soros, has made his debut on the political circuit by meeting with a handful of prominent liberal leaders.
Actress Glenne Headly died Thursday night at the age of 63.
When Netflix dropped the first teaser for season five of "House of Cards" on the same day as Donald Trump's inauguration, media outlets had a bonanza over the eerie image of a tattered, reversed American flag fluttering before the U.S. Capitol.
An excerpt from Hillary Clinton's famous 1996 book "It Takes A Village" has been circulating online and courting controversy for its depiction of prison inmates working at the Arkansas governor's mansion.
Notorious white woman formerly masquerading as African American president of the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington, Rachel Dolezal, was disinvited from the Baltimore Book Festival after public outrage.
In the newest installment of "The Resistance," Keith Olbermann's political soapbox-style web-series on Condé Nast darling GQ, the former sports commentator called for Jared Kushner's arrest.