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Some media figures call Trump racist after profane remarks
President Trump's off-color remarks about immigration lead to more media figures labeling him as racist, instead of just criticizing his words or actions
January 11, 2018: Actress and singer Keke Palmer joins as a guest co-host
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Trump says administration looking at libel laws
"The View" co-hosts discuss Trump's controversial comment that current laws are a "sham and a disgrace."
Sean Penn, Leonardo DiCaprio share love at Haiti fundraiser
Sean Penn and Leonardo DiCaprio used the eighth annual benefit for the J/P Haitian Relief Organization to publicly praise each other's philanthropic work
A mini New Year's
Our very own 'polka master,' Barry Mitchell, finds a new way to ring in the new year in Times Square while staying warm.
Ed Helms reveals one of his favorite 'Daily Show' memories, talks 'Father Figures' and more
Right. I like that title of your show. It's funny. Ted Nelms. Close enough right. He's minus Ator ego. Before you came out here we were discussing snooping. Are you a snooper or not? No. I don't support snooping. You don't? No. I heard a little bit. I think it's bad news. You've gotta trust each
Trump blasts verdict after undocumented immigrant acquitted in shooting of Kate Steinle
President Donald Trump lashed out Thursday night at a not guilty ruling in a murder trial he had used to argue against illegal immigration. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, an undocumented immigrant, was found not guilty of first-degree murder, second-degree murder and manslaughter. He was convicted on a
'Access Hollywood' slams Trump’s questioning of 2005 tape: 'The tape is very real'
"Access Hollywood" is slamming any insinuation that the infamous 2005 tape which captured a crude conversation between Donald Trump and the show's then-host Billy Bush is not authentic. The president has privately questioned the authenticity of the recording, sources told ABC News earlier this week
What Trump previously said about the 2005 'Access Hollywood' tape that he's now questioning
Despite apologizing months ago for the infamous 2005 "Access Hollywood" recording of his vulgar comments about women, President Donald Trump is now privately questioning the authenticity of the video capturing his exchange with television host Billy Bush, according to sources. The confirmation that
Accomplished fashion writer found stabbed to death at her home: Part 1
Christa Worthington, who worked for major magazines and publications like the New York Times and Elle magazine, was found murdered on Jan. 6, 2002.