Letterman's third season of the longform interview show will debut on October 21.
Christopher Scalia said that his father, the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, put an emphasis on his friendship with his colleague Ruth Bader Ginsburg, even though the two differed on so many viewpoints.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Bob Woodard's book about the Trump White House "sounds like it's not gonna be good."
In an interview aired this week, the billionaire social media CEO was asked if he is worried how history will judge his plaftorm. Five seconds went by without a response.
In a new interview, Trish Farr-Payne claims that her abusive ex-husband told her that Don Lewis was missing days before his disappearance was reported to authorities.
"We're going to take this seriously and make sure that people aren't declaring victory and saying that any kind of ongoing counting of votes is evidence of a rigged election," Zuckerberg said.
Banali's wife likened what the drummer had planned to the types of funeral services that legendary rockers like Ronnie James Dio had.
Whitmer said that while Trump's tweets egged on protesters, she was committed to keeping people safe and wouldn't back down in response to the virus.
The "Jeopardy" host's wife recently penned an essay detailing what it was like to learn about her husband's cancer diagnosis and what their life has been like since.
The actress revealed that she was stopping IVF treatment. A number of celebrities have also used IVF treatment to help aid them in getting pregnant.
The former secretary of state said President Trump's executive actions Saturday made it very clear he intends on going after Social Security and Medicare if he's re-elected.
The rapper said that the people at the show warned him to not say that he was in Spain. Ice-T ultimately said that it was a good show.
In an interview with Gwyneth Paltrow, Cameron Diaz spoke at length about her reasons for quitting acting and pursuing other projects.
Kelly Loeffler criticized the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper in a series of tweets on Saturday morning, following her interview with OANN's Jack Posobiec.
"There were no hard questions," podcast host Dan Katz said of the interview. "There were no follow-ups."
President Donald Trump said Friday that Dr. Anthony Fauci would close the U.S. because of the coronavirus.
"if you wear a MAGA hat, you may be fired, or if you say, 'I like what President Trump did the other day,' you might be fired, completely removed from the set, and that's wrong," the actor told "Newsweek."
The discussion will cover COVID-19's resurgence, highlights the path to overcoming the pandemic and answers pre-submitted queries.
President Donald Trump said his political opponent, Joe Biden, "hasn't taken any cognitive tests because he couldn't pass one."
"This person comes in yelling and screaming, and I thought this must be a scam or a shake-down, so I reported it to the police," Giuliani said to "Page Six" recently.
The new documentary examines the satirical religion and raises questions about why we decide certain belief systems are more "serious" than others.
"Look, nobody wants to be in an echo chamber, right? It's boring and unhelpful to read a one-sided view of any issue," the Reddit chief executive said, after announcing a wave of community bans.
The actor and comedian had a run-in with LAPD in April, but only shared his experience recently.
Garner was having trouble convincing one of her children to go for walks, but by bringing the family cat in a stroller, she was more than happy to join.
The actor's decision to work with director Martin Scorsese was driven by his own passion, rather than wanting to make money from the role.
The punk troubadour recently talked with Newsweek about his latest effort, which he surprise-released in late May.
"The only real reason he was hired—everybody knows this and he even admitted it—was because his last name was Biden," Paul said.
During an appearing on "Hotboxin'" the former NBA star spoke about his experience visiting North Korea.
'The Murderbot Diaries' author Martha Wells describes to us Murderbot's favorite shows, the state of the Corporation Rim and what's up with extraterrestrial life in the series' first novel, 'Network Effect.'