"[Trump] took time out while ... over three million [Americans] in Puerto Rico are without power to call Colin Kaepernick a son of a bitch," host said
Actor-musicians detail how random meetings, sharing Brooklyn rehearsal space led to track for documentary film 'Dina'
The Kiss frontman says that rock died in 1988 and men shouldn't get married until they hit 60
Soulful performer appears on the latest episode of Shiflett's 'Walking the Floor' podcast
"The film industry is already experimenting beyond traditional film, and I intend to do the same from within the game industry"
K-pop group BTS set Billboard 200 records for genre with 'Love Yourself: Her'
The late insult comic invited 'Parks and Recreation' star onto 'Dinner With Don,' his last project before his death this year
Core trio still working on 'The 13th Interior'
HBO's porn origin-story series trades in a walk on the wild side for a James Franco-directed leisurely stroll – and it works
"God bless every player that finds courage to kneel today. But the real power comes from you deciding to not watch," rapper writes
Pittsburgh Steelers remain in locker room during "Star-Spangled Banner" as players reunite in protest following Trump's remarks
"All of my films come from the part of myself that I really can't articulate," director says in upcoming HBO film
Singer opens first U.S. gig of 2017 with bluesy rendition of civil rights movement anthem
Pop superstar and country singer join forces for three songs at Pilgrimage Festival outside Nashville
"Tonight, I'm taking a knee for America... Both knees in prayer for our planet, our future, our leaders of the world and our globe," singer says
Former James Brown impersonator became late-in-life star with impassioned vocals and exuberant live performances