Sparked by a trend asking people to share their favorite political moments, the clip of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez questioning the Facebook CEO about conservative outlets serving as fact-checkers has resurfaced.
In the clip, the teacher also claims that rioters didn't have guns, so they couldn't have been trying to overthrow the government.
Fans are cheering the incredible music skills and wholesome demeanor of Woody Williams, also known as FunkyGeezerShow,
Fans took to social media to celebrate the beloved six-time Emmy Award-winning actress who has enjoyed a career in show business spanning more than 75 years.
The late star of Harry Potter, Die Hard and other classics is trending on social media as people all over the world pay tribute to his life and career.
The German shepherd, joined by another German shepherd named Champ, will be the first rescue dog to live in the White House.
People on the video platform apparently can't get enough of Abigail Barlow's musical take on the hit Netflix original series.
A state lawmaker says the country music icon and philanthropist is "a passionate person who loves everyone, and everyone loves her."
Macaulay Culkin has given his support to calls to cut Donald Trump out of "Home Alone 2" and the movie's director has previously said he never wanted him in the movie in the first place.
The "Chromatica" singer has been a vocal supporter of the Democrats and campaigned for a Biden-Harris victory in 2020.
"WandaVision" may be a TV show, but it is designed to sit right in the Marvel movie timeline—and looks set to establish some very important plotlines for the upcoming movies.
A regulatory case began six months ago into claims the charities misused $350,000, but they will not face a full inquiry.
Fischbacher died just a few months after his long-term partner Roy Horn died following COVID-19 infection.
The "Cyborg" star has detailed his dismissal from the upcoming film "The Flash," citing his negative experience with Warner Media and DC Films President Walter Hamada.
"One Night in Miami" is Regina King's new move for streaming service Amazon Prime Video, which imagines a meeting between Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown.
The "Call Me By Your Name" star referred to the controversy as "vicious and spurious online attacks" against him.
"WandaVision" is set to kick off Disney+'s Marvel shows, with the first episodes set to be released around the world this January.
Rhye Singer Michael Milosh talks about making an alternative R&B album during a pandemic.
Neal Kirby, 72, having lived through many political crises, said the January 6 violence in Washington, D.C. would haunt him forever.
"Chicago PD" teased that Tracy Spiridakos may be leaving as Hailey Upton on the NBC show after she was offered a job at the FBI, bringing to an end her possible romance with Jay Halstead.
The online movement gained steam after the attack on the Capitol and has since led Airbnb to cancel reservations during the week of the inauguration.
NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers and newsman Bill Whitaker will also take turns.
In addition to not knowing each other, one "Married at First Sight" couple won't even see each other before they exchange vows in the Season 12 premiere.
"The U.S.' political focus is always far away from the public's urgent needs," The Global Times editorial said.
TikTokers are envisioning themselves on a virtual pirate ship, and singing both classic sea shanties and covers of pop songs fit for the ocean.
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"Impeach him and convict him," Stephen King tweeted. "Anyone else would be in jail now, wearing an orange jumpsuit. Also, he's dangerous."
Simon Bowes-Lyon walked behind Prince William during the Queen Mother's funeral procession but is now facing jail for an attack on a female guest at his ancestral castle home.
Netflix's latest true-crime series follows the hunt for a satanic serial killer.
Trump's YouTube channel has been suspended for one week after the company said a recent video incited violence.