Doherty abruptly left the WB series after the third season over her rumored behind-the-scenes feud with Milano.
Twitter users did a double-take at the Republican National Committee's post.
The "Who's the Boss?" actor said the testing system is "flawed" and vowed to donate plasma.
The new show will reportedly take place 30 years after the events of the original series and Samantha, played by Milano, will be a single mother.
Chris Evans, Alyssa Milano and Mark Hamill joined conservatives, lawmakers and others in calling out the president's coronavirus comments.
City officials say they can't house the homeless in unoccupied hotel rooms because those are being saved as potential hospital overflow space.
"Her brilliance burst through and shined its light upon all of us."
“My reasons for having an abortion are real. They surround me every day,” the actress said.
Mark Hamill, Alyssa Milano, Pete Souza, Rosie O’Donnell and Mia Farrow are among thousands of people demanding the celebration be snubbed.
Celebrities — like Jameela Jamil, Rihanna and Chris Evans — are fighting against the latest restrictions on abortion rights.
Actors, athletes, writers and producers slam pols after near-total ban passes the state's Senate.
The actress and activist proposed a sex strike to protest "heartbeat bills" and other anti-abortion laws.
The activist has gotten some backlash from critics who say her proposed tactic to protest restrictive anti-abortion laws misses the point.
The actress spoke Tuesday at the House’s first meeting on the Equal Rights Amendment in 36 years.
“We can’t just put everyone aside,” she said.
The Golden Globe-winning actress, best known for playing matriarch Mona Robinson on “Who’s The Boss?”, died of complications from Alzheimer’s.
Plus: Actress Alyssa Milano talks gender equality.
The actress talks about equal rights for women, the future of Me Too and tensions with Rose McGowan.
The landmark legislation expired in late December due to the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani spoke with SHE Media’s Reshma Gopaldas about living with cancer at age 35 — with a dash of humor and Chipotle.