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Geraldo Rivera fired back at Kendrick Lamar this morning after Lamar said Rivera completely misunderstood the point of his song against police brutality.
Brown (you know, the guy who moved to N.H. and tried to win its senate seat) is now selling diet pills. Then again, Bob Dole sold Viagra. Could be worse.
Reigning Miss Universe Paulina Vega, who hails from Colombia, has been facing pressure this week to renounce her title in light of pageant owner and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's remarks about Mexican "rapists." But while she is not prepared to give up her crown, Vega did make her first public statement on the matter Thursday via her Instagram account.
Here's your daily bit of fear-mongering, courtesy of Los Angeles Deputy Chief Michael Downing and CNN's This Hour.
Just like Jon Stewart, Larry Wilmore dedicated the opening segment of his show last night to Donald Trump's utterly disastrous week (when it came to everything but the polls). And while Trump repeatedly refused to apologize for his comments about Mexican "rapists," it took the unique skills of one CNN anchor to make what could be considered a breakthrough.
Diamond the dog is also the only female candidate in the mayoral elections, which features three men.
With the 4th of July this weekend, Jimmy Kimmel Live set out to find out how little people really know about America's Independence Day.
The website's director of communications and r/IAMA liaison was abruptly let go, so moderators across the board have blocked their content in protest.
While reporting on a deadly shooting at San Francisco's Pier 14, two television news crews were robbed at gunpoint on Thursday morning.
Turns out, former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb's claim that he's a "film-maker" isn't just a bunch of Hollywood garbage.
If you live in Chi-town, you're about to add a whopping 9% to all your cloud-based services. Still want to binge Orange Is the New Black?
A Miami bond hearing took a dramatic turn this week when the judge recognized the defendant as a childhood friend, who sobbed upon making the connection.
Several days after Geraldo Rivera repeated his usual shtick that "hip hop is more harmful than racism" in light of Kendrick Lamar's politically-charged BET Awards performance of his song "Alright," the rapper responded with the exact bemusement one might expect.
Wilmore asked Newsome about what was involved in taking down the Confederate flag, an act that involved around 10 people.
Chris Matthews has a tough time believing potential Hillary Clinton voters would vote against her because of the controversy surrounding her use of a private email server while serving as Secretary of State.
Actor George Takei took to his Facebook page Thursday night to explain what he meant by calling Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas a "clown in blackface."
On his last show before what will be his final two-week summer break, Jon Stewart decided there was only one person he really wanted to talk about: his old friend Donald Trump.
One day after actor Jim Carrey tweeted a photo of a young autistic boy named Alex in an attempt to bolster his anti-vaccine argument, he has issued an apology to the boy's family on Twitter. He did not, however, apologize for calling California Governor Jerry Brown a "corporate fascist" for supporting a mandatory vaccination policy.
Ann Coulter's signing this week at a Barnes and Nobles in Costa Mesa, California was met with some fierce resistance from immigration activists who loudly objected to the ideas put forward in her latest book, Adios, America.
Conan O'Brien may or may not have known exactly what he was getting into when he agreed to join his assistant and a whole bunch of other ladies for a night out on the town and a midnight showing of Magic Mike XXL. But it definitely seems like he ended up having fun.