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Seth Rogen Breaks Down His Online Battle Against Ted Cruz

Seth Rogen is not in a “feud” with Sen. Ted Cruz. At least, that’s what the actor and newly minted author said on Thursday’s Late Show With Stephen Colbert. “Feud implies equal ground,&#8221…

Why Caitlyn Jenner’s Bid to Replace Gov. Gavin Newsom Can’t Count on Hollywood

The candidacy to replace California Gov. Gavin Newsom faces several hurdles — including the fact that industry donors aren’t likely to look favorably on efforts to fund-raise from Trump’s…

Arnold Schwarzenegger Says Caitlyn Jenner Has Chance at California Governor

The actor and former politician noted he is friends with both Jenner and the current, embattled Gov. Gavin Newsom.

California Gov. Newsom Faces Recall Election as Signatures Reach Threshold

The California secretary of state's office announced Monday that more than 1.6 million signatures had been verified, about 100,000 more than needed to force a vote.

Caitlyn Jenner Officially Running for Governor of California

"I am a proven winner, and the only outsider who can put an end to Gavin Newsom's disastrous time as governor," Jenner said in a statement Friday.

Fox News’ Chris Wallace Doesn’t Think the Press Was Tougher on Trump Than Biden

As Wallace's 'Fox News Sunday' turns 25 this weekend, the anchor also discusses covering the pandemic, and his newsmaking interview with then-President Trump last July: “There was a lot of spin and a…

Right-Wing Politicians Cheer German Actors’ Attack on Corona Measures

Prominent German film and TV actors, including Vicky Kriebs, Ulrich Tukur, Volker Bruch and Jan Josef Liefers, posted a series of ironic videos mocking the German government's new lockdown measures…

President Biden, VP Harris Speak After Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict: “We Can’t Stop Here”

The president said Tuesday that the entire country must confront hatred to "change hearts and minds as well as laws and policies."

L.A. Mayor Proposes Major Investments to Combat Homelessness, Inequity

During his annual "State of the City" address on Monday, Eric Garcetti unveiled that his upcoming budget will devote millions to health, efforts to combat poverty and effect changes to public safety…

Walter Mondale, Jimmy Carter’s Vice President, Dies at 93

He was the Democratic nominee for president in 1984, but lost to the incumbent, President Ronald Reagan, in a historic landslide.

Hollywood, There Are Better Ways to Protest Georgia’s Voting Law Than a Boycott (Guest Column)

If film and TV projects moved from Georgia, powerful moguls would be pulling their business from people who largely helped get the statewide and national results liberals claim to want.