The interview marks Beyoncé's first time appearing in front of broadcast cameras in nearly six years.
The University of Pennsylvania admissions office worker who interviewed Donald Trump at the school in 1966 says UPenn's Wharton School was easy to get into and the talk was set up by one of his best friends: Fred Trump Jr.
"I mentioned to them that I was trying to get friends to play with me and there was a challenging entry point and the idea of an intro came up."
"No More Heroes 3 will be the game where we answer a lot of the fans questions and requests. We will be able to provide the game that we want to make and the one that the fans have been asking for."
"If you're going to cough, please leave the room," the president told Mulvaney while filming an interview with ABC News.
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The Voice Season 16 winner Maelyn Jarmon opens up to Newsweek about her time on the show, having John Legend and a coach and what's ahead.
Margot Robbie stars as Sharon Tate in the director's new film, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
The "Long Shot" actor was the men's magazine's June/July cover star.
The network did, however, negotiate an extension option for Smollett.
Alex Jones appeared on Logan Paul's Impaulsive podcast, and at various points howled like a dog, screamed incoherently and defended his many notorious conspiracy theories.
The actor spoke to Newsweek about religion and feminism in advance of the U.S. release of the movie "Mary Magdalene," in which he plays Jesus.
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The couple opened up about their sweet romance in a GQ profile just a month before Hussle's death.
In his first comment since Attorney General William Barr released his summary of Mueller's report on Sunday, Jared Kushner defended his previous statements and urged Congress to "move on."
"She never answers a question. She berates you. She is condescending," CNN's Don Lemon said.
"I feel like I failed my daughter because I should have saw different signs."
Conway's tweet was a response to CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp, who argued that he didn't know whether the president "lies all the time" during his appearance on CNN.
Pompeo tells the former White House press secretary that he likes listening to AC/DC and picks the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" as his favorite for the Oscars this year.
"I, among many others when hearing of the report, said that the reports were horrific and that we should come with all that we can come with in law enforcement to find out what happened and the guilty should suffer the maximum."
Sarah Sanders is the latest Trump administration official known to have sat down with special counsel Robert Mueller.
"She says she doesn't know me and she lied and said she was never close to my dad… if pointing out that what she says are all lies breaks your heart, too bad because what I'm saying is the truth."
"Racists don't make out with the race that they hate, especially in the way he does with his tongue—so deep down her throat."
Having just one ticket, Diamond won a coin toss for the honor, King said.