The civil rights legend criticizes the president's "shithole" remark and says he won't attend his State of the Union address.
The "Insecure" star reacted in true fangirl fashion.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter responded to Trump’s remarks on multiple platforms.
"The more young girls see women in power like this, the more they say, ‘I don’t have to be a victim.’”
“I know that what she said is racist.”
"I just got an extra 10 minutes of resistance training trying to take off my sports bra."
The grant will help 1,000 undocumented immigrant graduates of U.S. high schools.
"He said these hate-filled things and he said them repeatedly.”
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"My parents came from one of those countries," said the first Haitian-American woman elected to Congress.
Fogerty says he doesn't want people to associate "Proud Mary" with a film about killing people for money.
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The president reportedly suggested the U.S. needs fewer immigrants from Haiti and Africa, and more from places like Norway.
"The federal government didn’t do things right from the beginning," she told Time magazine.
Saying that protesters honor rape is extreme but McGowan’s critique of #TimesUp is not wrong. Though McGowan has since expressed
He claimed the media mogul is “part of the problem,” not the solution.
"To me nothing is more important than inclusion and representation for children," he told HuffPost.
The single "Street Livin'" is the group's first original song in eight years.
Federal law doesn't make domestic terrorism a stand-alone crime. As a result, law enforcement is "somewhat reluctant" to call domestic extremists "terrorists."