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A fascinating figure gets a scattered portrait in this stately period piece.
Those “countless members of the F.B.I.” she claimed wanted Comey fired? Turns out they don’t exist.
The actor and the show‘s executive producers reveal how Yeun helped shape his unusual role—and one very helpful item the production was able to borrow from The Walking Dead.
Netflix’s new original film, billed as a rom-com, is really more of a buddy comedy—where, for once, the women are the buds.
The premium cabler has asked the president to chill out with the Game of Thrones references before—but it appears he will not be stopped.
There was a lot of reading to do on Thursday, both in terms of the Mueller report and Twitter.
The special counsel couldn’t prove Junior knew he might be committing crimes.
A trial has been set for next month.
The former Texas governor is reportedly looking for more remunerative work.
On April 16, art-world revelers danced to Swizz Beatz, dined on Mexican treats, and honored artist Nick Cave at the Brooklyn Museum, the site of a current Frida Kahlo show.
“We cannot take Attorney General Barr’s word for it,“ Rep. Jerry Nadler says in a letter inviting Mueller to testify “no later” than May 23.
The Syfy drama’s Season 4 finale was a tearjerker for the ages. But some fans complain that it reduced one of the show’s most triumphant moments to an instance of queerbaiting.
"They are keen to explore the possibility of a male nanny.”
The attorney general echoed the president’s own legal defense, and stood up for his own authority, before abruptly ending the conference after clashing with reporters.
The studio joins the slew of companies and billionaires donating to the cathedral’s repair.
Hours after a new weapon test, North Korea sends a message calculated to strengthen Kim’s bargaining power without pissing off Trump.
Films by Pedro Almodóvar, Mati Diop, and Jim Jarmusch will fight it out in competition as Tarantino hustles to prepare Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood.
While Colbert made fun of his own faith in the Mueller report, Jimmy Kimmel predicted that upon the document’s release, “Political analysts are going to try to read through these redactions like teenage boys trying to watch porn on scrambled cable in 1985.”
“It’s trippy” to return to the teen drama space, Murray said. “But at the same time, I’m loving every minute.”