Early on in my career, I briefly had a despicable boss who tried to manipulate me into a relationship with him.
Church attendance rates may be plunging, but—make no mistake—young people still hear sermons regularly, but we hear them in movie theaters instead of sanctuaries.
A day after she voiced her “shock” at sexual assault allegations against Hollywood producer and Democratic donor Harvey Weinstein, Hillary Clinton said she would donate Weinstein’s political contributions to charity.
A soon-to-be-published book asserts that Kim Kardashian and her mother, Kris Jenner, conspired with Vivid Entertainment to release the “stolen” sex tape that helped make Kim famous.
To say that Charlie Sheen is a person of low character would be to underestimate the case, in my opinion
Bill Cosby’s admission that he provided Quaaludes to several women with whom he wanted to have sex doesn’t mean he is a sexual predator.
As NBC News staggers to craft a response to Brian Williams’ self-inflicted credibility crisis, it strikes me that the network graybeards, if any remain, might want to look back at how they handled the problems that pitched their news division into darkness in the early 1990s.
Mariah Carey is a superstar, a diva, a very successful recording artist. That said, what the heck was she thinking Wednesday night?
In the court of public opinion, Bill Cosby has lost. In a court of law, he would likely win. But given what we know so far, it will never come to that. If he wants it to stay that way, he should continue to keep quiet.
If you haven’t seen the headlines already, NBC has officially cancelled its plans for a new sitcom starring Bill Cosby. This comes on the heels of “The Cosby Show” being pulled from re-runs and Netflix’s announcement Wednesday that it was “postponing” the release of a new stand-up routine they’d commission from the comic.