Pennsylvania baker Jasmine Cho's cookies are for the culture.
The actor, who's in the television show "The Terror: Infamy," condemned the Trump administration's family separations along the southern U.S. border.
The set of the new series "The Terror: Infamy" looked remarkably similar to the concentration camps where he had been imprisoned with his family.
The "Star Trek" legend kept pointing out how much money Trump could make from gay marriages, but the future president kept saying he was for "traditional marriage."
The "Star Trek" actor told GQ about how his experience in concentration camps for Japanese Americans during World War II compares to migrant detention today.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez drew ire from Trump supporters after she tweeted that the U.S. has established "concentration camps" along the southern border.
Trump's critics rise up on Twitter to fight another day.
“I didn’t see that before, but now that’s all I can see when I look at it."
Rihanna, Mark Hamill, Alyssa Milano, John Cusack, Kathy Griffin and Nancy Sinatra are among those taking aim at Trump.
“At least during the internment of Japanese-Americans, I and other children were not stripped from our parents."
Scott R. Brunton says a recent article claiming he changed his story mischaracterized his comments.
Actor George Takei is under fire for joking with Howard Stern about grabbing men without their consent. But is a sexual harassment joke ever appropriate?
The actor has apologized for off-color comments he made about sexual assault.
Takei says the Russians are pushing the allegations online because he's criticized Putin's anti-LGBT policies.
A resurfaced interview complicates the actor's denial of sexual assault allegations.
The actor said the incident "simply did not occur."