04:09 PM EDT 05/23/2016
J.K. Rowling Defends Donald Trump's Right to Be 'Offensive': 'His Freedom to Speak Protects My Freedom to Call Him a Bigot'
Originally posted 05/17/2016 11:00AM
J.K. Rowling makes it clear she finds almost everything Donald Trump says "objectionable," but defends his right to say it.
Originally posted 05/12/2016 08:25AM
Life at the Playboy Mansion may have seemed shiny and glamorous from the outside, but Holly Madison says that behind closed doors, it was far from it.
Originally posted 05/04/2016 02:00PM
Some backstory: The Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest is a parodic fiction contest started in 1982 by Professor Scott E. Rice of the English Department at San Jose State University, the goal of which is to write the worst possible opening sentence for a novel.
Former Secret Service Agent Describes JFK's Unbearable Grief After Losing Son Patrick When He Was Just 2 Days Old
Originally posted 05/04/2016 11:55AM
In the three-and-a-half years he was Jackie Kennedy's Secret Service agent, Clint Hill grew very close to the Kennedy family. The period with them, he says, was his favorite.
How Nixon Tricked Elvis into Thinking the President Had Made Him a Federal Agent During Famous White House Visit
Originally posted 05/03/2016 07:00PM
The King wore a purple velvet suit, a massive gold belt buckle and came bearing a pistol, framed in a display case, when he visited the White House on Dec. 21, 1970, hoping to meet President Richard Nixon.
Originally posted 04/29/2016 01:15PM
Beyoncé's Lemonade may be a visual album but it still has fans hanging on to the singer's every word – thanks in part to the award-winning poetry of 27-year-old Somali-Brit Warsan Shire.
Originally posted 04/29/2016 10:05AM
An author is arguing that all women deserve to take paid maternity leave, even if they don't have a baby. She's calling it "meternity" leave.
David Miscavige's Father on How His Son Changed After Joining Scientology Leadership: 'He Looked at Me Like, "Who Are You Talking To?" '
Originally posted 04/28/2016 11:40AM
As David Miscavige's father prepares to release a scathing memoir about his son, Ron Miscavige says in a new interview that David became more "authoritarian" as he rose through the Scientology ranks to become leader of the controversial religion – and increasingly distant from the man who introduced him to the religion as a boy.
Originally posted 04/27/2016 01:10PM
The father of Scientology leader David Miscavige has written a book about his son provocatively titled Ruthless: Scientology, My Son David Miscavige, and Me – and David Miscavige has threatened to sue over the book, which its U.K. publisher says details the younger Miscavige's "brutal approach to running the organization." In the first excerpts from an interview Ron Miscavige did with ABC, he talks about his estranged son's childhood and says he "wasn't always that way."
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