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Kathy Griffin to do new shows, 9 months after Trump photo
Comedian Kathy Griffin says she'll be appearing in upcoming shows in New York and Washington, 9 months after she provoked outrage over Trump photo
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Kathy Griffin offers Ryan Seacrest accuser 'a job as my stylist' after speaking out against him
Kathy Griffin is extending a hand to Ryan Seacrest's accuser. "Hey Suzie Hardy," she began on Twitter, "I will do for you that which no one did for me after May 30. After you were brave enough to speak out I’m happy to offer you a job as my stylist to dress me this week for 'Jimmy Kimmel' and 'Real
February 1, 2018: Laila Ali hits the table, Yvette Nicole Brown joins as a guest co-host
Laila Ali hits "The View" table, Yvette Nicole Brown joins as a guest co-host.
Will Kathy Griffin ever make a comeback?
"The View" co-hosts discuss how Griffin's career has been affected by her now-infamous photo with a fake Trump head.
Kathy Griffin is plotting her comeback after being exiled from Hollywood
Ever since she was photographed last May holding a fake bloody severed head of President Donald Trump, Kathy Griffin has been persona non grata in Hollywood. Now, in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter , the comedian is opening up about her life in exile. "I didn’t commit a crime. I didn’t
12/19/17: The Year: 2017
Robin Roberts and an all-star team of ABC News anchors and correspondents take a look back at the historic and most memorable moments of 2017.
Civil rights attorney Lisa Bloom speaks out amid accusations
A new report accuses prominent lawyer Lisa Bloom of allegedly seeking donations to pay women accusing President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct.
Harvey Weinstein: 4 days that ended the career of a movie mogul
In the space of four days, Harvey Weinstein went from being one of the most powerful men in Hollywood to taking a leave of absence and then to losing his job, following allegations of sexual harassment or unwanted physical contact from several women over nearly three decades. "In light of new
Writing comedy in the President Trump era
David Litt, a former President Obama speechwriter, is now lending his political insider writing chops to "Funny or Die."