The "Hustlers" actor revealed the inappropriate request during a Hollywood Reporter roundtable with fellow stars.
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 It may contain outdated cultural depictions.”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 "Walking Dead" star croons the 1992 hit "Como la Flor" in a trailer for "Selena: The Series," due out in 2020.
Actor Frankie A. Rodriguez hopes his new role reminds LGBTQ youth that they're “no different than everybody else.”
The bipartisan bill encourages states to give victims of sexual violence the same protections they’re currently afforded under federal law.
Archbishop José Gómez is an immigrant from Mexico and a strong advocate of a welcoming policy towards undocumented immigrants.
The HBO Max reboot is getting a much-needed update with "nonwhite leads" and “a lot of queer content.”
ICE said it wouldn't leave children without a parent, but it looks like U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst has a different plan.
Clifton Blackwell allegedly threw acid in Mahud Villalaz's face after telling the U.S. citizen to go back to his country.
The senator and presidential hopeful introduced a bill to fund programs allowing kids to stay at schools until 6 p.m.
Knowing what to say to colleagues who are being targeted begins with respecting their boundaries.
The Citizen Virtual Patrol, a 24/7 public surveillance system, lets anyone watch the city's streets from anywhere at any time, through as many as 127 cameras.
Arturo Castro initially delayed airing the sketch, which tackles how mass shootings are a uniquely American problem.
The pending rule changes, which will affect green card and visa applicants, are already hurting people, a new study found.
“Thank God, justice was done,” she said outside the court.
Rep. Veronica Escobar said she declined to join the president during a post-shooting visit because she won't be "an accessory."
Providing food, clean water and hygiene products is "without doubt essential to the children’s safety," the judges wrote.
Jobs are already strange. This new HBO show just makes them weirder.
This week's cover story comes on the heels of back-to-back mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas.