In 2004, a Newsweek writer visited Trump at Mar-a-Lago. The magazine cover featuring Trump now hangs at the club, alongside a phony Time magazine cover.
Lonsdale is fairly anti-spoiler. There's no question his lips are going to remain sealed, especially after a slip up in Season 2.
Speaking to U.S. filmmaker Oliver Stone, Putin said Snowden's arrival in Moscow came as a surprise, and Russia was initially reluctant to let him stay.
The former military intelligence officer reveals what compelled her, and discusses what it was like to be a transgender woman in prison.
"NATO is a mere instrument of U.S. foreign policy," the Russian president added.
"I am not a woman, so I don't have bad days," the Russian leader said in an interview.
Former diplomats fact-check remarks made by the Russian president in interviews with NBC's Megyn Kelly.
"I wish I had changed the topic," Bush told "The Hollywood Reporter" about the "Access Hollywood" tape in which Donald Trump described sexual assault.
Representative Rod Blum didn't like a television reporter's questions. So he left the interview.
Hollande said he wanted to make sure France wasn't won over by the far-right leader's presidential campaign.
Speaking from behind his desk in the Oval Office, Trump also declared himself "very angry" at North Korea's ballistic missile test.
Director Gore Verbinski spoke about his return to horror with 'A Cure for Wellness,' and what pulses under his new movie's strange surface.
"The mistake was I signed away my likeness for free."
Nedeljnik magazine says it may have been the victim of a hoax.
The reality TV star says he would ask the Republican presidential nominee (and former reality TV star) "simple stuff he should know."