Bryan Cranston still rooting for Trump: ‘If he fails, the country is in jeopardy’

Bryan Cranston, the five-time Emmy Award-winning actor who once threatened to move to Canada if Donald Trump won the election, had some choice words for people rooting for the president’s failure. “It would be egotistical for anyone to say, ‘I hope he fails,'” the “Breaking Bad” star told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview published Monday.… Continue reading “Bryan Cranston still rooting for Trump: ‘If he fails, the country is in jeopardy’”

‘House of Cards’ to end with upcoming sixth season

“House of Cards” will end its run on Netflix with its upcoming sixth season. Confirmation of the drama’s conclusion comes as its lead actor and executive producer Kevin Spacey, who plays ruthless politician Frank Underwood, is caught up allegations of sexual impropriety. In an article published Sunday on Buzzfeed, “Star Trek: Discovery” actor Anthony Rapp revealed… Continue reading “‘House of Cards’ to end with upcoming sixth season”

Woods to return to competition at Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods announced on Monday that he will return to competitive golf at the upcoming Hero World Challenge on Nov. 30-Dec. 3. Woods joked during his Twitter announcement that he’d like to “thank the committee of 1” for receiving one of the two sponsor’s exemptions into the 18-player tournament for which he has served as the… Continue reading “Woods to return to competition at Hero World Challenge”

Inventor Madsen admits dismembering journalist

Danish inventor Peter Madsen has admitted dismembering the body of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, whose body parts were found at sea after she interviewed him on board his homemade submarine, Danish police said. In initial police questioning, Madsen, who is suspected of her death, had denied cutting up her body and said she died in an… Continue reading “Inventor Madsen admits dismembering journalist”

Trump May Not Seek Re-election: White House Insiders

Another top GOP official has raised doubts about whether President Donald Trump will run for re-election. Senator Rand Paul said Sunday night that even though the president is raising millions for a 2020 campaign, Republicans should not assume he’s running. “There could well be a primary,” the junior senator from Kentucky said on MSNBC, after being… Continue reading “Trump May Not Seek Re-election: White House Insiders”

Lumber Liquidators to pay $36M to settle lawsuits over toxic flooring

Lumber Liquidators has agreed to pay $36 million to settle two class-action lawsuits that accused the company of selling flooring with dangerous levels of toxins between 2009 and mid-2015. The largest specialty retailer of hardwood flooring in North America was taken to task during a 60 Minutes expose in 2015 for selling Chinese-manufactured laminate flooring that… Continue reading “Lumber Liquidators to pay $36M to settle lawsuits over toxic flooring”

Thousands in Barcelona rally against independence for Catalonia

BARCELONA, Spain — Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators who want Catalonia to remain part of Spain poured into the streets of Barcelona Sunday, a sharp rebuke to secessionists who two days earlier declared independence. Spain’s central government, calling the independence drive illegal and unconstitutional, has fired Catalonia’s secessionist leaders, dissolved its Parliament and called new elections… Continue reading “Thousands in Barcelona rally against independence for Catalonia”

Trump’s Pardon Powers Have Limits When Indictment Comes

With the first indictment looming from the federal Trump-Russia investigation, President Donald Trump is getting a reminder: His pardoning pardons can’t fix everything. “I don’t think the president’s power is all that absolute, as people have been suggesting,” California Representative Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, told ABC News’ “This Week” Sunday.… Continue reading “Trump’s Pardon Powers Have Limits When Indictment Comes”

Tomi Lahren’s Halloween Costume Causes Online Flag Controversy

Newly-minted Fox News correspondent Tomi Lahren shook the internet on Saturday with her American flag themed Halloween costume. Her outfit may have desecrated the flag, according to Twitter. Lahren, 25, draped herself in the American flag for Halloween. She wore the flag as a cape and paired it with a fanny pack which had stars and… Continue reading “Tomi Lahren’s Halloween Costume Causes Online Flag Controversy”

Actress Annabella Sciorra accuses Weinstein of rape

Actress Annabella Sciorra has accused Harvey Weinstein of rape, detailing to The New Yorker Magazine her harrowing encounter with the now-disgraced movie mogul. She joins dozens of women who have already leveled allegations of sexual abuse against the 65-year-old Weinstein. Sciorra — who received an Emmy nomination for her role in the acclaimed television series “The… Continue reading “Actress Annabella Sciorra accuses Weinstein of rape”