At the center of New York’s decriminalization battle are sex-workers’ rights activists and the self-described “abolitionist” wife of the NBC late-night TV star.
Chuck Todd was left gobsmacked by Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) when the GOP lawmaker said the ex-Ukrainian president “actively worked” for Hillary Clinton.
The actress was ousted from the reality-competition series amid claims of racist behavior on the part of producers. It’s the latest example of questionable conduct at the network.
Ariana Grande, Lin-Manuel Miranda and other stars showed support for the actress dismissed by NBC from “America’s Got Talent” after she flagged racist incidents for execs.
The stars talk about what convinced them to join the revival bandwagon, why the show still works 20 years later, and what the hell they were going to do about that original finale.
“Isn’t the president’s own behavior, which raised all of these yellow and red flags, isn’t that why we’re here?” the NBC host pressed Ron Johnson on Sunday.
‘Days of Our Lives’ has taken its actors off-contract, and is suspending production. Keep it, and other daytime soaps, alive. They provide vital variety in a sea of endless talk.