Alexeyeva, who founded Russia’s oldest human rights organization, challenged the Soviet and Russian regimes for decades.
Jason Momoa wants to be assigned to a new kid after the one he’s been watching for 13 years discovers a “solo activity.”
What if Donald, Melania and Ivanka were black, wonders spoof drama.
Once again this season, actor and chronic Trump critic Robert De Niro appeared on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” as Department of Justice special prosecutor Robert Mueller in the show’s cold open. De Niro’s role as Mueller this time came in an appearance hiding out the closet of an infantile version of Trump son Eric Trump, played by cast member Alex Moffatt. After struggling through a bedtime story read by Donald Trump, Jr. played by Mikey Day, De Niro’s Mueller addresses Moffatt’s younger Trump. “Eric, I just came here to let you know, no matter what happens, no matter what happens America is going to be just fine,” De Niro’s Mueller said. “This is a country full of good people.” Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor
Pirro Hammers Mueller Probe — ‘None of the Indictments That the Special Counsel Has Brought Has Tied the President to Russia’
On Saturday’s broadcast of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” host Jeanine Pirro criticized the Department of Justice special counsel probe headed by Robert Mueller
Kate McKinnon shows off as hated Joffrey Baratheon.
The 7-year-old male was often seen around the Point Reyes National Seashore area.