White House Makes Significant Changes To Briefing Room Seating Plan

The White House Correspondents’ Association unveiled the new seating chart for the White House briefing room yesterday, making significant changes to the current placement of news organizations for Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s briefings. This is the first time that the White House briefing room’s seating chart has been adjusted since 2015. According to Politico, right-leaning… Continue reading White House Makes Significant Changes To Briefing Room Seating Plan

White House Releases First Salary Details Of The Trump Administration

Since 1995, it’s been an annual requirement for the White House to release a comprehensive list of annual wages of staff to Congress and the public. Yesterday, the White House released the first of those lists of the Trump administration, which has in the past, come under criticism for including several cabinet members worth millions… Continue reading White House Releases First Salary Details Of The Trump Administration

Nintendo Releases ‘Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’ Patch: Online Tweaks And New Content

Mario Kart 8 may have been a Wii U game, but it’s arguably brought more success to the console’s successor, the Nintendo Switch than it ever did for the Wii U. Nintendo released Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for the Nintendo Switch not long after the console’s launch in April, and today it has patched the… Continue reading Nintendo Releases ‘Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’ Patch: Online Tweaks And New Content

Poll Finds Nancy Pelosi Unpopular With Voters, But Democrats Still Support Her

Following Democrat Jon Ossoff’s defeat in Georgia’s 6th congressional district special election, Nancy Pelosi was forced to defend her position as House Minority Leader and the party’s leader in Congress last week. Pelosi’s comments came following reports that senior Democrats in Washington were planning to oust the former House Speaker from her current position. A… Continue reading Poll Finds Nancy Pelosi Unpopular With Voters, But Democrats Still Support Her

Roger Stone To Testify Before House Intelligence Committee Next Month

Several senior advisers to President Donald Trump have now been called to testify before the House Intelligence Committee over its probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. The latest of whom is Roger Stone, a longtime associate of Trump, who will appear before House Intelligence Committee next month. According to ABC News, Stone… Continue reading Roger Stone To Testify Before House Intelligence Committee Next Month

‘Silicon Valley’ Star T.J. Miller Slams Executive Producer Alec Berg

HBO’s tech-focused sitcom Silicon Valley has seen a good deal of critical acclaim and commercial success for the network in its four seasons. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that HBO has renewed Silicon Valley for a fifth season, set to air in 2018. However, there’ll be one noticeable casting omission from that upcoming… Continue reading ‘Silicon Valley’ Star T.J. Miller Slams Executive Producer Alec Berg

Nintendo Says It Will Make ‘Significantly More’ SNES Classics Than NES Classics

It would be fair to say that Nintendo’s NES Classic, which was released last year, was considerably more popular than the Japanese company was expecting. So much so that the company barely managed to produce enough stock to meet demand. With that in mind, when Nintendo announced the SNES Classic yesterday, fans expressed concern that… Continue reading Nintendo Says It Will Make ‘Significantly More’ SNES Classics Than NES Classics

‘Saturday Night Live’: Alec Baldwin To Return As Donald Trump Next Season

Donald Trump might not be so keen on his Saturday Night Live impersonator Alec Baldwin, but Baldwin’s appearance in the last season has certainly seen a surge in success for the show. Ever since the most recent season’s last episode in May, there’s been one question on every Saturday Night Live fans’ lips, will Alec… Continue reading ‘Saturday Night Live’: Alec Baldwin To Return As Donald Trump Next Season

‘Parks And Recreation’ Reunion: Jim O’Heir Would Do ‘Whatever It Took’

It may only be two years since Parks and Recreation left our screens for good, however, many fans are already enthusiastically calling for a revival. Until now, the show’s cast and crew have remained largely silent when it comes to talk of a reunion, however, Jim O’Heir, who played Jerry Gergich in the acclaimed series,… Continue reading ‘Parks And Recreation’ Reunion: Jim O’Heir Would Do ‘Whatever It Took’

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer: Democrats ‘Better Stand For Something’

Senate Democrat Leader Chuck Schumer claims that you can expect to see a stronger agenda from the party this summer, claiming that his party “better stand for something.” According to The Guardian, Schumer, who has served as Senate Minority Leader since January, claims the party will lay out a “strong, bold, sharp-edged and common-sense economic… Continue reading Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer: Democrats ‘Better Stand For Something’

Nancy Pelosi Insists She Won’t Step Down As Democratic House Minority Leader

Increasing pressure is growing within the Democratic party to oust Nancy Pelosi as House Minority Leader ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, in the hope that a change in leadership would bolster the party’s chances. However, Pelosi has insisted that she won’t step aside, claiming that she still has “overwhelming” support of Democrats in the… Continue reading Nancy Pelosi Insists She Won’t Step Down As Democratic House Minority Leader

The New Chicago Apple Store’s Roof Looks Like A Giant MacBook

Apple is well known for making bold design decisions, including when it comes to their buildings. However, the design of Apple’s new Chicago store is perhaps their boldest yet, with a roof that appears to resemble a giant MacBook Pro. Whether or not that’s an intentional decision on Apple’s part, remains to be seen. According… Continue reading The New Chicago Apple Store’s Roof Looks Like A Giant MacBook

Virginia Madsen Won’t Return For ‘Designated Survivor’ Season 2

Following the success of the first season of Designated Survivor, ABC was quick to renew the Kiefer Sutherland political thriller for a second season. Whilst Sutherland and other major cast members have all been confirmed to be returning for the show’s second outing, there’s one noticeable exclusion from that cast list. According to the Hollywood… Continue reading Virginia Madsen Won’t Return For ‘Designated Survivor’ Season 2

Bill Clinton Refutes Trump’s Foreign Policy, Urges Globalism Must Continue

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been a vocal critic of President Donald Trump since he took office in January. Her husband and former President of the United States Bill Clinton, meanwhile, has remained relatively quiet about the Trump administration. However, Clinton has now taken the opportunity to launch his own attacks against the president.… Continue reading Bill Clinton Refutes Trump’s Foreign Policy, Urges Globalism Must Continue

‘House Of Cards’ Star Kevin Spacey Attacks ‘Reality Television President’ Donald Trump

Kevin Spacey has drawn a good deal of critical acclaim for his role as President Frank Underwood in Netflix’s political drama House of Cards. However, on Monday night, the show’s lead star threw shade at current U.S. President Donald Trump who he referred to as a “reality television president.” According to Digital Spy, Spacey was… Continue reading ‘House Of Cards’ Star Kevin Spacey Attacks ‘Reality Television President’ Donald Trump

President Trump Wants To Overhaul Federal Government Technology

President Donald Trump announced on Monday that he wants to see a sweeping transformation of the federal government’s technology, whilst speaking to top technology executives from Apple, Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. According to Recode, in a meeting with the White House’s American Technology Council, Trump conceded that federal agencies desperately needed to catch up with… Continue reading President Trump Wants To Overhaul Federal Government Technology

Nintendo Switch Software Update Brings New Functionality To Console

Nintendo has released the biggest update yet to the Switch’s software since it’s release in March. Version 3.0 of the Nintendo Switch’s firmware is available to console owners today and introduces a range of new features and subtle changes to the Switch. According to the Verge, the new update, which is available to download now,… Continue reading Nintendo Switch Software Update Brings New Functionality To Console

LG Unveils G6+ With Wireless Charging, More Storage, And New Colors

LG’s latest flagship, the G6 may only have been on the market for a matter of months, but the South Korean firm is already releasing a version with updated hardware. LG has announced a new version of its current flagship, the G6+, which will bring with it a host of new hardware upgrades and some… Continue reading LG Unveils G6+ With Wireless Charging, More Storage, And New Colors

‘Pokemon’ For Nintendo Switch Will Be A Traditional ‘Pokemon’ Experience

Nintendo caused a good deal of excitement at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo when it announced that a main series Pokemon title is in development for the Nintendo Switch. However, despite confirming that the title exists and is in development, Nintendo didn’t provide any additional details around the main series’ first outing on their new… Continue reading ‘Pokemon’ For Nintendo Switch Will Be A Traditional ‘Pokemon’ Experience

Drones Are Being Used To Fly Drugs, Porn, And Mobile Phones Into Prisons

Drones are undeniably one of the most exciting technological developments in technology in recent years, and they’re now available to consumers, often at a relatively cheap price point. However, that’s proving problematic for U.S. prisons, with a new report suggesting that drones are being used to smuggle drugs, porn, and mobile phones into prisons across… Continue reading Drones Are Being Used To Fly Drugs, Porn, And Mobile Phones Into Prisons

After 20 Years, Atari Is Making A New Games Console

Twenty years ago, Atari was a name synonymous with video game hardware, known as industry pioneers for their various different home computing releases. However, following a series of shortfalls in the 1990s, Atari dramatically dropped out of the hardware business, with companies like Microsoft and Sony filling the void they left. According to Polygon, Atari… Continue reading After 20 Years, Atari Is Making A New Games Console

Rashida Jones Shares Adorable Photo Of ‘Parks And Recreation’ Mini-Reunion

It may be over two years since the cast of Parks and Recreation was last on our screens, but fans of NBC’s quirky upbeat sitcom will be pleased to hear that the cast still hang out together. In fact, Rashida Jones, who played Ann Perkins in the NBC comedy, recently shared an adorable photo of… Continue reading Rashida Jones Shares Adorable Photo Of ‘Parks And Recreation’ Mini-Reunion

Aziz Ansari Casts Doubt Over ‘Mast Of None’ Season 3, Says It May Never Happen

The first two seasons of Master of None have undeniably been a comedic success for Netflix, adding even more rich content to its expanding library of original shows. With that in mind, it’d be safe to assume that the streaming platform would want to bring the show back for a third season. However, creator and… Continue reading Aziz Ansari Casts Doubt Over ‘Mast Of None’ Season 3, Says It May Never Happen

Donald Trump Plans To Announce New Restrictions On Cuba Trade And Travel

President Donald Trump will today announce plans to roll back former President Obama’s 2015 rapprochement with Cuba. Trump, who has in the past criticized Obama’s decision to re-establish relations with the nation, will announce new restrictions on trade and travel to the country, undoing the work of his predecessor. According to the Guardian, under President… Continue reading Donald Trump Plans To Announce New Restrictions On Cuba Trade And Travel

Nintendo Boss Addresses Some Of The Nintendo Switch’s Biggest Issues

There’s no doubt that the Nintendo Switch, which released earlier this year, has been a huge success for Nintendo. On the back of the short-lived Wii U, Nintendo has managed to shift millions of Switch units across the globe, just months following its release. However, that doesn’t mean the console is without its issues, particularly… Continue reading Nintendo Boss Addresses Some Of The Nintendo Switch’s Biggest Issues

Nintendo ‘Recognizes There’s An Appetite’ For Virtual Console On Switch

The Virtual Console, which provides access to a back catalog of some of Nintendo’s classic gems, has become a staple of their modern consoles, including the Wii, 3DS, and more recently, the Wii U. However, the back catalog has yet to make its way to Nintendo’s newest piece of hardware – the Switch – which… Continue reading Nintendo ‘Recognizes There’s An Appetite’ For Virtual Console On Switch

Microsoft’s Phil Spencer Responds To Sony’s Decision To Block Cross-Play

If there’s one issue that’s dominated E3 this year, it’s cross-platform play. Microsoft caused a good deal of excitement earlier in the week when they announced that Minecraft players across Xbox One, Windows 10, Android, iOS, and the Nintendo Switch would soon be able to play together. However, there was one noticeable exception to that… Continue reading Microsoft’s Phil Spencer Responds To Sony’s Decision To Block Cross-Play

Adam Sandler Movies Are More Popular On Netflix Than You Might Think

Many Netflix users would weep at the thought of having to watch a movie starring Adam Sandler on the streaming platform. He’s undeniably an actor capable of splitting opinions, however, Adam Sandler movies are much more popular on Netflix than you might think, according to recent statistics released by the streaming provider. According to CNET,… Continue reading Adam Sandler Movies Are More Popular On Netflix Than You Might Think

John McCain: American Leadership Was Better Under Obama Than Trump

You’d be forgiven for thinking that John McCain, a Republican senator, would be supportive of President Trump given their shared party alliance. However, McCain has ramped up his criticism of the president, claiming that American leadership was stronger under President Trump’s predecessor, John McCain’s 2008 Democratic rival President Obama. According to the Hill, when asked… Continue reading John McCain: American Leadership Was Better Under Obama Than Trump

Microsoft Announces ‘Minecraft: Better Together’ Update: Cross-Play On Any Device

Undeniably the biggest news coming out of Microsoft’s E3 presentation is the introduction of their new console, the Xbox One X. However, at the same time, the company confirmed one of the first games that will be playable on the new console in the form of an update to the widely popular Minecraft. According to… Continue reading Microsoft Announces ‘Minecraft: Better Together’ Update: Cross-Play On Any Device

Pence Family Cat Dies, Second Lady Karen Pence Confirms On Twitter

Second Lady Karen Pence shared some heartbreaking news with her Twitter followers on Saturday, confirming that the Pence’s family cat, Oreo, has died. According to ABC News, the second lady shared a heartfelt tribute to the family pet on Twitter, along with a photo of Oreo with Vice President Mike Pence. “Rest in peace Oreo,”… Continue reading Pence Family Cat Dies, Second Lady Karen Pence Confirms On Twitter

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Top Aides Quit Following Election Result

The United Kingdom has been thrown into political turmoil following a general election result which saw no party gain enough seats in order to command a majority in parliament. As Prime Minister Theresa May clings onto power with a minority government, her joint chiefs of staff, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, have resigned their posts… Continue reading British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Top Aides Quit Following Election Result

‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ Season 2 Netflix: Nathan Fillion To Join New Season Cast

Earlier this year, Netflix premiered the TV debut of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events to a good deal of critical acclaim. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that the streaming provider has renewed the Neil Patrick Harris family comedy-drama for a second season, which will reportedly introduce a number of new casting… Continue reading ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ Season 2 Netflix: Nathan Fillion To Join New Season Cast

Hillary Clinton Urged Mitt Romney To Work For Donald Trump

Following Donald Trump’s election victory last November, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was briefly considered by Trump’s team for the position of secretary of state. As Romney considered the position, he spoke with a number of former politicians to hold the post, including Trump’s 2016 rival Hillary Clinton, who urged him to take the… Continue reading Hillary Clinton Urged Mitt Romney To Work For Donald Trump

‘Parks And Recreation’ Star Amy Poehler Reflects On Leslie And Ann’s Relationship

It’s now over two years since NBC’s widely loved local government sitcom Parks and Recreation came to an end, however, its characters, including most prominently Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) now seem more relevant than ever. So much so that Poehler has been reflecting on her character’s relationship with Ann Perkins (Rashida Jones) over the course… Continue reading ‘Parks And Recreation’ Star Amy Poehler Reflects On Leslie And Ann’s Relationship

New Poll Shows Majority Of Voters Think President Trump Tweets Too Much

In his first few months in office, Donald Trump has split public opinion like no other president before him. However, a new poll shows that a majority of voters are united in the belief that the president, who has remained vocal on Twitter during his time in office, needs to stop tweeting. According to a… Continue reading New Poll Shows Majority Of Voters Think President Trump Tweets Too Much

Donald Trump’s Approval Rating Is Now Higher Than Bill Clinton’s At The Same Point In His First Term

Donald Trump, in comparison with his predecessors, has undeniably struggled with his approval rating during his first few months in office. Six months into his presidency and Donald Trump’s approval rating continues to slide, however, there is some small solace for the president this week as his approval rating is a fraction higher than one… Continue reading Donald Trump’s Approval Rating Is Now Higher Than Bill Clinton’s At The Same Point In His First Term

‘The Grand Tour’ Season 2: James May Confirms October Release Date

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May made their Amazon Prime Video debut with the release of the first season of The Grand Tour last year. Following the success of that first season, the trio are set to return to the streaming service for a second and third season in 2017 and 2018, respectively. According… Continue reading ‘The Grand Tour’ Season 2: James May Confirms October Release Date

Amazon Prime Video Finally Confirmed For Apple TV, Arriving Later This Year

Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday with a slew of announcements about new software and hardware products. However, perhaps one of its more interesting announcements is a new partnership with rival Amazon as the two tech giants confirm that Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service is finally heading to the Apple TV. According… Continue reading Amazon Prime Video Finally Confirmed For Apple TV, Arriving Later This Year

‘Orange Is The New Black’ Season 5: ‘OITNB’ 2017 Release Date, Cast, Trailer, And Everything You Need To Know

Orange Is the New Black has become a staple of Netflix’s June catalog over the course of the past few years, with the prison comedy-drama set to return to the streaming service for its fifth season this week. The season is expected to be the show’s biggest yet, but what do we know about Orange… Continue reading ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Season 5: ‘OITNB’ 2017 Release Date, Cast, Trailer, And Everything You Need To Know

ABC Fall 2017 Lineup: New Dramas And Comedies Arriving On ABC This Year

After a series of somewhat controversial cancellations, ABC has confirmed the new shows heading to the network later this year. In its fall 2017 lineup, ABC has confirmed a reworking of its current schedule, along with the introduction of several new shows. According to TV Guide, the biggest news to come out of the network’s… Continue reading ABC Fall 2017 Lineup: New Dramas And Comedies Arriving On ABC This Year

Hillary Clinton Launches Political Movement ‘Onward Together’

Hillary Clinton is back, and she wants you to know about it. The former presidential candidate boldly announced her new political group, Onward Together, on Monday, in order to “encourage people to get involved, organize, and even run for office.” According to the Telegraph, Clinton took to Twitter to confirm her long-anticipated return to politics.… Continue reading Hillary Clinton Launches Political Movement ‘Onward Together’

President Trump’s Decision To Fire FBI Director James Comey Has Divided Americans, Poll Shows

More voters disapprove of President Trump’s decision to fire James Comey than those who approve, however, the move has ultimately divided Americans, a new poll has shown. According to ABC News, 39 percent of Americans say that they approve of President Trump’s decision to fire the FBI Director, while a greater 46 percent disapprove of… Continue reading President Trump’s Decision To Fire FBI Director James Comey Has Divided Americans, Poll Shows

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season 5 Confirmed: ’99’ Cast Will Return For At Least One More Season

Fox’s chaotic police comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine will return for at least one more season, with a surprise renewal announcement from the network. The show is currently airing its fourth season on Fox, and the network must be pleased with its successes considering the decision to bring back the sitcom for another outing later this year.… Continue reading ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season 5 Confirmed: ’99’ Cast Will Return For At Least One More Season

Former President Bill Clinton Pens Crossword For The ‘New York Times’

The New York Times crossword puzzle on Friday had a surprise author in the form of Bill Clinton. The former president, who is well known for his love of crosswords, collaborated with Arkansas district court judge and regular contributor Victor Fleming to pen a puzzle for the New York Times, which was littered with political… Continue reading Former President Bill Clinton Pens Crossword For The ‘New York Times’

‘The Catch’ Canceled By ABC: Shonda Rhimes Rom-Com Won’t Return For Third Season

The Catch’s second season finale aired on ABC on Thursday night, with the network confirming that it will be the show’s last. After just two seasons on air, ABC has confirmed that Shonda Rhimes’ slick rom-com won’t return to the network for a third season, following a less than average performance in ratings. The Catch… Continue reading ‘The Catch’ Canceled By ABC: Shonda Rhimes Rom-Com Won’t Return For Third Season

James Comey’s Replacement: Who Will President Trump Pick For FBI Director?

In perhaps the most shocking turn events of his presidency yet, Donald Trump last night fired FBI Director James Comey, over his handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails. Meanwhile, Democrats claim that Trump’s decision had nothing to do with Clinton’s emails and instead because of the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s connections… Continue reading James Comey’s Replacement: Who Will President Trump Pick For FBI Director?

‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7 Spoilers: Has An Overlooked Character Already Predicted How The Show Will End?

We already know that HBO’s Game of Thrones has just one season left in it, but exactly how the hit fantasy drama will end remains a tightly kept secret. However, a new fan theory suggests that an overlooked minor character may have already predicted how Game of Thrones will conclude back in the show’s first… Continue reading ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7 Spoilers: Has An Overlooked Character Already Predicted How The Show Will End?

‘The Good Fight’ Season 2: Premiere Date, Cast, Trailer, And Everything We Know

Following the dramatic conclusion of their critically acclaimed legal drama The Good Wife last year, CBS wasted no time in producing a sequel in the form of The Good Fight, which aired on CBS All Access earlier this year. Following that sequel’s subsequent success, The Good Fight was renewed for a second season, but what… Continue reading ‘The Good Fight’ Season 2: Premiere Date, Cast, Trailer, And Everything We Know

Bill Clinton Teams Up With James Patterson To Write A Political Crime Thriller

https://rumble.com/embed/vl2ip/ Six months after his wife’s surprise election defeat to Donald Trump in last year’s presidential election, Bill Clinton has a new job. The former president is teaming up with author James Patterson to write a political crime thriller. Titled The President Is Missing, the novel is set to be released in June 2018, authored… Continue reading Bill Clinton Teams Up With James Patterson To Write A Political Crime Thriller