Kanye West has ignited a pop culture and political firestorm over the past few days. His Twitter feed has been the main source of Kanye Drama, but there are also rumors, reports, and professional moves that have everyone scratching their heads. It’s honestly pretty hard to “Keep Up with Kanye” of late.
Murder Chose Me's Rod Demery is a legendary figure in Shreveport, Louisiana, thanks to his superhuman success as a homicide detective. Lately, Rod has been weighing the "dilemma" of "where he would be most effective" with his efforts at improving the city -- and is considering running for mayor of the city.
Former adult actress Stormy Daniels, who claimed an affair with Donald Trump and then backed off the story when it appeared she may have violated an NDA, has now retracted her retraction in light of the news that Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen paid Daniels $130,000 of his own money for her silence. But there's more: Daniels also claims she still has the dress she wore during her brief fling with Trump, and is having it tested for his DNA in order to prove their affair.
A total of 25 women have accused Donald Trump of sexual impropriety ranging from unwanted ogling to rape. This is a list of their claims. It will be updated if and when more women make allegations, or any of the 25 women offer new information.
Influential right wing talk show host Sean Hannity has given Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore 24 hours to offer a coherent defense of the five sexual harassment claims made against him–or Hannity's pulling his endorsement.
If you're one of the many, many undecided voters out there patiently waiting to make your decision between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump based on the endorsement of Teen Mom OG star Farrah Abraham, then the wait is over! Not only has Farrah announced her endorsement for President of the United States, she has done it with her usual controversial and sure-to-be headline-grabbing flair.
Is the Designated Survivor real? How is she chosen? And where does she go? Kiefer Sutherland's return to TV depicts a presidential nightmare:the President of the United States, almost all of his Cabinet, and almost every member of Congress are killed in a terror attack during the State of the Union address. Sutherland, in the title role, portrays the Designated Survivor: the one man held back in order to assume the Presidency in the event of a disaster. But is that a real thing, or was it just made up for TV?