Even Luke P., this season’s “Bachelorette” villain, stands to make money after his appearance on the show. But as more contestants become influencers, will the bubble burst?
George Hodgman, former Vanity Fair editor and author of acclaimed memoir “Bettyville,” was found dead Saturday evening. Friends recall his wit, brilliance, and complex character.
“If you’re working at McDonald’s or a small little restaurant where you're making tips, you are right. If you are nice to the people, you make a lot of money,” Earhardt said.
“You know what we need a 9/11-style commission on?” Pete Hegseth asked his colleagues. “How in the heck does someone like her get elected to Congress?!”
He’s worked for almost every president since Reagan, and Richard Clarke’s never been less hopeful about the future. Oh wait, there’s Mayor Pete.
Kristian Rouz appears on segments for One America News Network—ironic given he is working for a Russian outlet fingered in the 2016 election attack.
Meghan and Harry move to ensure their charitable activities are as effective as possible. Plus, more scandal in Dubai, and Andrew and Fergie’s wedding day, 33 years ago.