"He said to me, 'Get as much as you can,' and I think to him, that was the only way to love me at the time," Uchitel says in a dramatic moment of HBO's new documentary focusing on the PGA champion.
The "Call Me By Your Name" star referred to the controversy as "vicious and spurious online attacks" against him.
John Roderick's Twitter thread about his nine-year-old daughter trying to open a tin of beans went viral on Sunday.
A new poll indicates that Cal Cunningham, the Democratic challenger to Republican North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis, is maintaining his lead and may even be gaining ground over the incumbent despite a recent sexting scandal.
Best known for her work with the 1980s rock band Scandal and as a solo artist, the rock singer is back with a collection of original songs and covers.
Ware said that the "Glee" star made her question a career in Hollywood with a series of microaggressions.
Stempel was a reigning champion on the game show "Twenty-One" in the 1950s, until he deliberately lost to Charles Van Doren.
The 'Happy Days' actor's recent tweet landed him in the hot seat on Wednesday.
He said the $3 trillion coronavirus response package passed by House Democrats last week needs major improvements and he cautioned that the Trump administration currently has no national, science-based plan for reopening the economy.
Activist and TV personality Monica Lewinsky urged pundits and political analysts to stop using her name in the frequent comparisons between former President Bill Clinton's 1998 impeachment and that of Donald Trump's today.
The YouTube star claimed she discovered Banks cheating on her in the guest wing of their home.
Testimony from key officials has thus far been damning for President Donald Trump and his aides who ran the White House's parallel Ukraine policy.
"Fighting Joe" Morrissey has more mugshots than most politicians and a teen sex scandal in his past but that didn't stop him from winning a seat in the Virginia Senate.
President Donald Trump's alleged abuse of power has cast a shadow over relations between Washington and Kyiv, and democracy more generally.
Jim Jordan maintained that he was never informed of any abuse, saying in a statement that he "never saw any abuse, never heard about any abuse, and never had any abuse reported to him during his time as a coach at Ohio State."
The conduct of the British authorities in this case has been especially outrageous.
"I don't see litigation as the route to preventing this from happening again."
"On its face, Trudeau is accused of the same malfeasance attributed to Trump—meddling in the wheels of justice for political gain," Canada's The National Post wrote in an analysis.
Treasury Board President Jane Philpott resigned Monday, saying she could no longer support the government.
After spending a week rattling off on Smollet's attack, the Fox News commentator turned her attention to Khloe Kardashian's estranged boyfriend.
"Fox News is priceless," the comedian remarked.
The existence of internal guidelines was revealed to a man seeking answers from the church after he found out his biological father was a priest.
Ysabel Villegas alleges Danny Reedy shared graphic photos of her without her consent.
Actor-turned-artist Jim Carrey's latest cartoon drawing takes aim at Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg in the wake of the latest report blasting the social media giant for suppressing criticism, facilitating anti-Semitism and botching political bias controversies.