The Vermont senator's campaign used a video clip on Twitter of Joe Rogan endorsing the 2020 candidate.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, documentarian Michael Moore stated that Trump wouldn't have the same level of notoriety if he'd been from a city that wasn't New York.
Faris hasn't spoken excitedly about marriage since her divorce.
Knox has known both fame and prison in the years since she was wrongfully accused of murdering her roommate, Meredith Kercher, while studying abroad in Perugia, Italy in 2007.
"They're also going to do third party again, and I'm not making any predictions, but I think they've got their eye on somebody who is currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate. She's the favorite of the Russians," Clinton told 'Campaign HQ.'
They're already running low on tickets.
Two-time Senator Bob Kerrey says Trump's anti-environmentalism is a defining trait of the president.
The eldest Chrisley kid opened up on family drama and the media scrutiny she's faced in a sneak peak of her next "Coffee Convos" podcast episode.
Walter Mondale, who was vice president under Jimmy Carter, also branded President Donald Trump a liar and said his administration is dividing the country.
"So who is the real Ivanka Trump? What's her effing story?" the podcast host says. "I'm going to find out."
The Laura Ingraham Podcast is hosted by PodcastOne.
Representative Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic presidential candidate, said the WiliLeaks founder Julian Assange and national security whistleblower Edward Snowden should not be prosecuted for disclosing information.
"I think it's easier to just say 'I'm not a fan. That comedy isn't for me."
Dr. Paul Nathanson was speaking to The Laura Ingraham Podcast about transhumanism.
"People, Not Politics" tells stories of ordinary and not so ordinary Americans who do extraordinary things. Stories from big cities, and small towns. Stories from our past and present. Stories that don't get told. But should. This is Bryan Dawson's story—in his own words.
The story of how "A Charlie Brown Christmas" came to be is itself a classic American story. Or, more precisely, how it almost didn't come to be.
Chris Dawson, 70, is suspected of murdering his wife in 1982.
Twitter's CEO explains why Jones still has an account.
Rose suggested Paltrow was the "Becky with the good hair" Beyoncé referred to in her 2016 hit "Sorry."
"I f***ed up. ...It's f***ed up what I did and f***ed up how I did it."
"I personally find Holocaust denial deeply offensive," Zuckerberg stressed.
"Imagine our adversaries in the world as they learned how easy it was for a comedian to bypass security measures and reach the president. They are rolling."
"Get well soon," was the message. Thanks for nothing, Disney!