Breakout singer-songwriter Julia Michaels is the only solo woman represented.
The senator’s former colleagues seem to believe that if Franken did not personally harass or grope them, he must be a good guy.
The victim, 36, was hit three times with a semi-automatic rifle.
Will and Grace are... married?
It's La La Land meets But I'm a Cheerleader.
You cast Davey Wavey, but couldn't find someone to play Cyborg?
When the above image starting flying around Twitter tonight, I thought it had to be faked. But no, that’s a real actual totally out of fucks to give headline from CNN’s chyron writer, who was just repeating what the network’s panelists have been saying. Show More Summary
Buzzfeed News reports: Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and his longtime associate Rick Gates got permission from a judge on Tuesday to temporarily leave house arrest later this week to celebrate Thanksgiving. The order from...Show More Summary
Axios reports: While departing the White House en route to Mar-a-Lago for Thanksgiving, President Trump signaled support for Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore, who has been plagued by sexual allegations from 9 different women. “We don’t need a liberal Democrat in that seat,” said Trump. Show More Summary
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The Daily Beast reports: Sarah Palin is appealing the dismissal of her defamation lawsuit against The New York Times, BuzzFeed reported Tuesday. A Manhattan federal judge threw out the lawsuit earlier this year, citing Palin’s inability...Show More Summary
The Birmingham News reports: A small-town Alabama police chief has been suspended after making “sarcastic” statements about sexual abuse on Facebook. Killen police Chief Bryan Hammond wrote on Facebook that “silence is consent” and made what he called a joke about being sexually assaulted by U.S. Show More Summary
From the Hollywood Reporter: Charlie Rose has been terminated by CBS News, network president David Rhodes announced Tuesday. The decision comes just one day after a Washington Post report detailing a pattern of coercion and harassment of women who worked – or aspired to work – on Rose’s eponymous nighttime talk show. Show More Summary
Politico reports: Utah Republican Boyd Matheson is forgoing a 2018 Senate campaign, a decision that further opens the door for Mitt Romney to run. Matheson, a former chief of staff to Utah Sen. Mike Lee and the president of the conservative...Show More Summary
You KNOW he’s going to fuck this up somehow. President Trump will exercise his pardon power on Tuesday, sparing two turkeys named Wishbone and Drumstick from becoming Thanksgiving dinner. Trump’s first turkey pardoning is in keeping with a White House tradition of nearly three decades. Show More Summary
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WOW. “I think that, number one, you need to understand, 40 years ago, what the Sitz im Leben was like in Alabama. Judge Roy Moore graduated from West Point and then went on into the service, served in Vietnam and then came back and was in law school. Show More Summary
The New York Post reports: These free birds are celebrating in style. Wishbone and Drumstick — the two lucky Turkeys chosen to be pardoned by President Trump — arrived at a luxury Washington D.C. hotel Monday to relax before their big public appearance. Show More Summary
The New York Times reports: Robert Mugabe, who has ruled Zimbabwe since independence in 1980, resigned as president on Tuesday shortly after lawmakers began impeachment proceedings against him, according to the speaker of Parliament....Show More Summary