Bob Mueller has some questions for comedian Randy Credico, according to the comedian himself. Credico told radio host Jimmy Dore on Sunday evening that the special counsel has reached out to him for a voluntary interview.
Oh, surf dude. Surf dude, Cole (Joshua Jackson) despises you, which isn’t surprising. First, you whack him on the back with your surfboard, you call him “grandpa,” you diss his vintage wooden board. And then you drug him, rob him, and then disrespect him when he catches you, and call him a hypocrite and spent force.
Imagine having any idea what the hell just happened in the Westworld finale.
President Trump’s schmoozy summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un was less than two weeks ago. That’s how interminably long the last week has been.
In the most vibrant, blissfully chaotic scene on TV, it’s Billy Porter you notice.
One might have thought that as king-in-waiting and president of the Football Association, Prince William would be able to structure his day in such a way as to allow him to watch England’s matches in the ongoing World Cup without interruption.
It’s been a rough month for ABC.
We haven’t heard the last from survivors of the deadly February school shooting in Parkland, Florida. Dozens of the high school students who were thrust into a mortality crisis before they could order a beer at a bar have graduated from teenage angst to social justice, and they’re continuing to sing truth to power while pulling together to help one another to heal.
I wonder what our president would think of a man who immigrated to the United States at a young age not because he yearned to breathe the air of freedom or hungered to make America great again, but because he was ducking compulsory military service in the home country.
A few months before the 2016 election, an undercover operative working for conservative sting-meister James O’Keefe posed as an intern to infiltrate Democracy Partners, a Democratic consulting group.