Some people agreed with him. These people are scrooges.
Anne Robinson says she is in 'despair' over 'fragile' modern women who are 'unable to deal' with sexual harassment in the work place Anne Robinson says she is in 'despair' over 'fragile' modern women who are 'unable to deal' with sexual harassment in the work place
Merry Christmas, Losers! Baldwin's Trump Boasts 'Greatest Year' On The Planet On 'SNL' The “Saturday Night Live” gang gathered in the ersatz White House for the last show before Christmas while “all natural, all American coal” burned in the fireplace, noted Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump.
'We're Saying Merry Christmas Again!' Trump Praises 'Judeo-Christian Values' to Conservative Grassroots
Did you spot this 'naked' man on Loose Women? You might have missed it.
'Mission: Impossible,' 'Jurassic World,' 'Avengers,' 'Cloverfield,' 'Solo' — which movie won the Super Bowl? Heading into Super Bowl LII, Hollywood's mission — if it chose to accept it — was to excite moviegoers about 2018's biggest blockbusters.
Gwen Stefani Sing Wham!'s 'Last Christmas' on 'Fallon' Watch Gwen Stefani perform her rendition of Wham!'s classic "Last Christmas" on 'The Tonight Show.'
MSNBC trolls Trump with clips of Obama saying 'Merry Christmas' after he claims he is 'bringing it back' President Donald Trump frequently takes credit for inventing a turn of phrase he didn't actually create, and promises to bring back the delights of the old days that may not have ever really left. Now, as the holiday season entering high gear, the President is returning to his promise to start saying “Merry Christmas” in America again. The only problem for Mr Trump is, well, America never really stopped saying Merry Christmas.
'Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas' turns 40: An oral history of Jim Henson's holiday Muppet musical Original Muppet performers Frank Oz and Dave Goelz and songwriter Paul Williams share their memories of making the classic special "Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas."
The secret history of 'Christmas in the Stars,' the bonkers 'Star Wars' holiday album co-starring Jon Bon Jovi So maybe you know all about the disco version of the “Star Wars” theme, but do you know what happened when that song’s producer asked George Lucas about making a Christmas record? Long story short, an album happened. We've got the details.
Susan Coyne talks 'Slings & Arrows' prequel and 'The Man Who Invented Christmas' Canadian writer-actress Susan Coyne loves a good behind-the-scenes story. Coyne says she's now working on a prequel to "Slings & Arrows," which ran from 2003 to 2006, along with original co-creators Bob Martin and Mark McKinney.
Dan Stevens on channeling Dickens (and shedding his 'Beast' wig) for 'The Man Who Invented Christmas' Actor Dan Stevens explains how Dickens's novella helped jump-start Yuletide celebrations; he also fills us in on the upcoming season of "Legion."
Dan Stevens on channeling Dickens (and shedding his 'Beast' wig) for 'Man Who Invented Christmas' Actor explains how Dickens's novella helped jump-start Yuletide celebrations; he also fills us in on the upcoming season of "Legion."
'Misogyny Is a Cancer': Parks and Recreation Creator Apologizes for Louis C.K.'s Guest Spot C.K. played Dave Sanderson, an early love interest of Amy Poehler's Leslie Knope, on Parks
Rooney Mara on the challenges of 'Una,' the controversy of 'Pan,' and the bathroom-less 'Mary Magdalene' (plus exclusive 'Una' scene)
'Firefighting at Christmas' May Be 'New Normal' in California, Governor Says Firefighters were on high alert even before the first blazes
'It's scary out there': Brandon women's centre sees spike in domestic violence reports The head of a women's centre in Brandon says it's seen a rise in domestic violence reports, along with an increase in drug use and other violence in the southwestern Manitoba city. Brandy Robertson, executive director of the Women's Resource Centre in Brandon, said staff have been busy with upwards of 30 people a day, between those with regular counselling appointments, walk-ins and people calling on the centre's crisis line. "We have women coming in who say it's scary out there," she said.
Tory MP tells unemployed Brits to 'get on your bike' and work on farms with 'gorgeous EU women' Unemployed young people in Britain must "get on their bikes" and join "gorgeous EU women" working in English farms, a Conservative MP told the Conservative party conference on Sunday. South Thanet MP Craig Mackinlay told a fringe event at the party's Autumn conference in Manchester that British people should in future fill the jobs vacated by European workers after Brexit. "I was struggling to think why wouldn't a youngster from Glasgow without a job come down to the south to work for a farm for the summer with loads of gorgeous EU women workin
Mark Hamill and 'Star Wars' cast describe Carrie Fisher's 'phenomenal' final performance in 'The Last Jedi' Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley, and John Boyega have seen the movie and reveal their instant reactions to their late co-star's farewell to the galaxy far, far away.
Hollywood's early Oscar picks: Stars at Governors Awards loving 'Get Out,' 'Florida Project,' and 'Lady Bird' Yahoo Entertainment asked the actors and directors at the Governors Awards which 2017 film or performance would have their early vote on the Oscar ballot.
Lynda Carter fires back at James Cameron's 'thuggish' 'Wonder Woman' criticisms: 'You poor soul'
'Grab 'Em by the Midterms': The Women's March on Washington rallies for the 2018 elections The Women's March on Washington returned, one year after President Trump's inauguration. This time, women came organizing for the 2018 midterm elections.
'I am also a survivor': Aly Raisman leads inspiring 'Glamour' Women of the Year awards The annual awards show honored Nicole Kidman, Patty Jenkins, Samantha Bee and other female trailblazers.<br/><br/>
'If he's not fired, he's bulletproof': Steve Bannon calls white nationalists 'clowns' and discusses White House 'fighting' in magazine interview White House chief strategist Steve Bannon branded the white nationalists who rallied in Charlottesville as "clowns" on Wednesday, in a phone conversation likened to Anthony Scaramucci's infamous interview with the New Yorker. In a wide-ranging, unsolicited interview with small left-leaning magazine The American Prospect, the former CEO of right-wing Breitbart News website argued the US was in an "economic war" with China, dismissed Donald Trump's vow to bring down "fire and fury" on North Korea, and ta
'We know our women are out there': Tamara's Walk on B.C.'s Highway of Tears demands answers Gladys Radek has barely slept in three days. "We do this because we care, we do this because we want our family members to know that we're not alone," she says. Radek is the organizer of Tamara's Walk, a five-day annual walk in northwestern B.C., from Prince Rupert to Smithers.