Before he was president, Donald Trump took out a full-page ad in some of New York City's most popular newspapers to condemn the Central Park Five.
"Advertisers don't tell our journalists what they can say or what they can write," Fox Corp. CEO Lachlan Murdoch said.
"We're only getting stronger together," the poster declares, with a striking resemblance to the 2016 Clinton campaign's main slogan.
The store's owner claims he was simply making a religious statement.
The Oscar-winning actor, who played God in "Bruce Almighty," has reprised the role in an Israeli commercial.
"Let President Trump know we appreciate what he is doing for America," Trump's 2020 campaign manager, Brad Parscale, says in a new ad.
The ad is part of a strategy by the president of stoking racial fears in voters ahead of the midterm elections next week.
"You are a despicable divider; the worse social poison to afflict our country in decades," Al Cardenas wrote on Twitter about Trump's latest attack ad against Democrats.
Comedian and actress Amy Schumer questioned why more white NFL players don't kneel during the National Anthem in solidarity with their black teammates.
John James, who is black, pushed back on the idea that he supported racism or bigotry.
A political attack ad targeting Democratic Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom asks California residents if he supports "crack" users over children.
"What happens when the average Joe out there realizes that we got, like, the entire Republican tax cut," a business man says, as an average Joe functions as his boss's table.
James Seawell, 60, was booked and charged with soliciting and threatening to commit a crime.
If folks charring their Air Monarchs taught us anything, it's that we've lost the thread.