He's never tried a case. He condemned women's rights and diversity. He refused to answer senators' questions. Republicans confirmed him anyway.
Evangelical male leaders are calling on female preachers to sit down and shut up. But Beth Moore insists that women are also called to be evangelists.
The rapper said he was proud to see his "Old Town Road" remix with Billy Ray Cyrus bridge "two polar opposite genres."
"At this point, I’ll believe when I see it," Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid, a friend of the quarterback, told reporters.
Cardi B, Chance the Rapper, Green Day, Billie Eilish and more read Twitter trolls' harsh posts.
The Democratic congresswoman from Massachusetts added the sex trade proposal as part of her "People’s Justice Guarantee" package.
In the debut episode of "Now You Know," narrator Wanda Sykes pays special tribute to Stonewall pioneer Marsha P. Johnson and more.
Trevor Noah, Jimmy Fallon, Samantha Bee, Seth Meyers, Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel and Conan O'Brien all chimed in.
The soccer star celebrated the former 49ers quarterback as "a person filled with conviction, unafraid of the consequences."
"We have to have more faith to let go of those old ideas and those old ways of existing that really hold us back as a community."
Teigen teased her husband on Twitter about the People magazine accolade.
"The Daily Show" host bashed those releasing books about the Trump White House, saying "they don't help the country."
Films whose stereotypes haven't aged well come with a warning: “This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.”
The “Jesus Is King” rapper and the Texas preacher apparently developed a friendship through phone conversations about faith.
The presidential contender debunked the phrase in less than two minutes.
Reed's inauguration is historic in the majority-Black city’s 200-year history.
Talking to Ellen DeGeneres, the "Big Little Lies" star said she was "really grateful" to West, who wore a T-shirt with her face on it earlier this year.
The 24 hate-motivated killings logged by law enforcement agencies in 2018 was the most on record.