Currently the Sephardi chief rabbi of Jerusalem, he has a history of attacking liberal Jews as “evil” and homosexuals as a “cult of abomination.”
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The MSNBC personality suggested Trump may be suffering from a mental “disconnect” following his response to Hurricane Harvey.
The DACA repeal is "cruel and capricious," says Meyers.
Order is restored in the restroom at the Adelphi pub.
Show creator Ryan Murphy spoke about the new season's post-election plotlines.
A Reese Witherspoon rom-com and a 9/11 movie starring Charlie Sheen (yup) arrives after two terrible weekends for the movie business.
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The former all-pro wide receiver will dance with partner Cheryl Burke.
The "Suits" star says she may be dating a royal, but she isn't defined by her relationship.
Mike Davidson says he cured himself of homosexuality through therapy, counseling and prayer.
Targaryen love. Ice dragons. And one hell of an exit.
Prince Harry, make space for a new heir.
The condition affects one in 100 pregnant women.
The Duchess of Cambridge is once again suffering from severe morning sickness.
“'America' is almost like a spice or a salt that you put on a scary word.”
The Killers frontman tones down the swagger, but still thinks his band is the best in the world.
The Vietnam War, the most misunderstood American war, gets Ken Burn–ed in a 10-part documentary.
'Walking Dead,' 'Harry Potter,' 'Game of Thrones' and more will keep people inside this long weekend.
You can thank Stephen King if creepy clowns make a comeback.
The Oscar winner is reportedly being eyed for Martin Scorsese's adaptation of the classic villain.
It appears Nic Pizzolatto and HBO have learned from the mistakes they made with the show's disappointing second season.
Grown-up Miley sheds her wild-child image while The National returns to reclaim what's theirs.
He tweeted answers to fan questions using only "Rent" lyrics after the "Hamilton" cast recording surpassed "Rent" in sales.
The truth is out there...in Hulett, Wyoming.
In an interview with Newsweek, the Maryland rapper got candid about how he'll make "whatever music however I want" while spreading positivity.
First-time "burners" should expect to be greeted with hugs from the completely naked welcoming committee.
The 1987 album confronted an impossible challenge: How the hell do you follow up 'Thriller'?
“Washington and Jefferson are known for a lot of reasons,” says Wood. “You only know Robert E. Lee because he fought to keep slavery.”