"Giving up on the idea that even bad things have degrees, that is as dumb as embracing the idea of alternative facts."
Government shutdown begins
Peyton Place star Dorothy Malone, who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in Written on the Wind, passes away at the age of 93.
A Lizzie Borden biopic, a Laura Dern vehicle and a handful of films about race in America are among our most anticipated.
Sony and Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel is reportedly looking to cast a femme fatale to meet Tom Holland's Peter Parker.
A prominent cardiologist is disputing White House physician Dr. Ronny L. Jackson’s assertion that President Trump is in “excellent” health.
Could there possibly be anything left unsaid or unreported about Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury? Yes, says the author, and it's "incendiary." On that, Wolff and his critics are likely to agree.
A fired Fox executive is suing the company and its parent, alleging an executive coach sexually harassed her, saying she "needed to lift her skirt."
Senate Republicans failed to win over enough Dems to reach 60 votes in a last ditch deal to avoid a government shutdown at midnight Friday. Democrats and Republicans in Congress had raced against time to pass a budget resolution/assign blame before a government shutdown.