Lucy Lawless is currently trending after she hit out at former co-star Kevin Sorbo on Twitter, but it is usually the "Hercules" actor who disses the "Xena" star.
Lucy Lawless is being called a "bada**" on Twitter for taking down her former co-star Kevin Sorbo and his pro-Trump conspiracy theories.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their royal exit a year ago today and Newsweek can reveal four major problems they have solved ahead of a 12-month review with the palace.
After photos of Maus and Pink sitting in a hotel room together appeared on Instagram, fans demanded to know why the musicians appeared to attend the Save America rally in Washington, D.C., on January 6.
"I have felt the majesty of our country in those walls. And nobody can take that from any of us," Hager said on Thursday morning.
The comedian lashed out at the FBI on Twitter, criticizing the organization's effort in identifying violent rioters and drawing a comparison to the scrutiny she received over that infamous 2017 photo featuring her holding a likeness of Donald Trump's severed head.
"Black women is the reason that Donald Trump is no longer gonna be our president," the TikTokker said in a video that surfaced on Twitter Wednesday night.
Visiting TrumpStore.com now directs people to a landing page that says, "This shop is unavailable."
When Politico's Ryan Lizza shared a photo, Lizza captioned it, "Via Getty, one of the rioters steals a podium from the Capitol." "Via Getty" was merely a way to credit the photo.
"We believe the risks of allowing the President to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great," Mark Zuckerberg said in a statement released on Thursday.
"I guarantee you if that was a Black Lives Matter protest in D.C., there would already be people shackled, arrested or dead," Reid said.
"This is your chance to finally defend democracy. Ban Trump from Twitter—for good!" the "Borat" star tweeted following yesterday's violent takeover of the Capitol.
"Days Of Our Lives" was pushed off of schedules on Wednesday, January 6, but the latest episode of the NBC soap is available to watch online now.
Prince Harry's recent libel suit against a British tabloid contains revealing insights into how he sees his own reputation—which appears to still be closely bound to the country he left behind.
A clip of staff at work cleaning up the building following the riots which saw a number of people enter the House Chamber has been viewed more than five million times.
"Chicago Med," "Chicago Fire" and "Chicago PD" were taken off schedules on January 6 as NBC covered the unfolding events in Washington, D.C., but the episodes will air soon.
From channeling your inner grit—or sisu, used by the Finns to survive dark days—to embracing life's fleeting, imperfect moments according to the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, here are nine countries' take on contentment.
"Have you had enough?" the late-night host asked, hitting out at the politicians who have enabled the president over the past four years.