Nate Parker Apologizes for Being ‘Tone Deaf’ in His Response to Resurfaced Rape Charge

Looking to make a comeback, director Nate Parker was in contrition mode Sunday at the Venice Film Festival, admitting that he had been “tone deaf” in his past remarks regarding the rape charge he faced as a college student. “The last three years have been such a learning experience for me,” he said at a […]



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Khloe & Kourtney Kardashian Drunkenly Tease Kendall Jenner About Being a Victoria’s Secret Model & It’s Pretty Hilarious

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Cuphead Is Being Ported to Tesla Cars

Cuphead, the memorable 2017 bullet-hell shooter that’s meticulously styled after a 1930’s cartoon, will soon be playable on an unlikely new platform: Tesla’s fleet of electric cars and their built-in dashboard screens. The breakout hit, which debuted on Xbox One and PC before being ported to Nintendo Switch earlier this year, is on the way to Tesla’s Model 3, Model S, and Model X, as Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed on episode 200 of my weekly Tesla podcast, Ride the Lightning (at the 36:48 mark).

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‘UglyDolls’ Team Celebrates Film’s Message: ‘Being Unique Is What Makes You Special’

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Being Rhude Could Get You Anywhere

LOS ANGELES — Rhuigi Villaseñor strutted into his new downtown Los Angeles office slinging what looked like an oversize leather hobo bag with “Rhude” in white letters.
He can’t talk about it, but it’s a big hint at where his men’s brand Rhude, started in 2013 and best known for its traxedo (that would be the track pant 2.0 with front pleating and side taping on the legs) is headed. That would be in a lot of directions, by the way: footwear, accessories, denim, eyewear, women’s ready-to-wear and women’s footwear.
He’s already checked a few things off that list more recently with the launch of the first Rhude shoe, in addition to a footwear collaboration with Puma. Then there’s the more recent tie-up with Thierry Lasry on eyewear. This all follows last July’s pop-in at Maxfield, which Villaseñor viewed as a turning point for the brand.
“I actually coined that as the beginning of this shift in our business,” he said. “Maxfield’s amplified our message. Doing a pop-up and executing the right way and it being a successful pop-up, our colleagues and competitors took us seriously and it became a new tone to the business. We had run under the radar for a little

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KTLA Anchor Chris Burrous Dies After Being Found Unconscious at Glendale Motel

KTLA anchor Chris Burrous died Thursday afternoon after being found unconscious at a motel in Glendale, Calif. He was 43. Burrous was found unresponsive by Glendale firefighters and died later at a hospital. Firefighters found him “suffering from a medical emergency” in a room at the Days Inn in downtown Glendale, according to the Glendale […]



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China’s Fan Bingbing Breaks Silence After Being Fined $70 Million for Tax Evasion

Fan Bingbing, one of China’s most popular actresses, has not been seen since in months — but she has broken her silence to address her massive tax evasion fines.

Fan was fined by Chinese tax authorities, Xinhua first reported. According to Bloomberg, Fan and her companies were fined 884 million yuan, which is equivalent to $ 129 million. Fan is responsible for $ 70 million of the fines.

Fan will not be charged if she pays back the money within a time limit, The Hollywood Reporter said that Xinhua reported. A person from her company, however, is reportedly in custody.

Fan made a statement about her situation on Weibo. She started, according to The Hollywood Reporter, “Recently I have been enduring an unprecedented amount of pain, undergoing deep self-reflection and introspection. I am deeply ashamed and feel guilty for what I have done, and I offer my sincere apologies to everyone.”

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The X-Men actress said, “I have come to realize that, as a public figure, I should have observed the law, setting a good example for society and the entertainment industry. I shouldn’t have lost the ability to control myself in the face of economic interests, allowing myself to break the law.”

Fan noted that she committed tax evasion “by taking advantage of ‘yin yang contracts’” and that she accepted the fines.

She continued, “As an actor, I take pride in showcasing our country’s culture on the global stage, and I do my best to be in the forefront of this. I owe my success to the support of my country and the people. Without the great policies of the Party and the state, without the love of the people, there would have been no Fan Bingbing.”

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“I failed my country which nurtured me; I failed the society which trusted me; I failed the fans who loved me,” she wrote. “I offer my sincere apology here once again! I beg for everyone’s forgiveness!”

One of the last times Fan was seen in public was at May’s Cannes Film Festival to promote the female spy thriller 355, which costars Jessica ChastainPenelope CruzLupita Nyong’o and Marion Cotillard.

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Fan’s disappearance from public life made the news when state-run Chinese paper Securities Daily wrote that she was “under control” and “would accept the legal decision.” The story was then pulled by the outlet.

One rumor, that Fan was seeking asylum in Los Angeles, spread after Hong Kong’s The Apple Daily said that Jackie Chan had advised her to go to an immigration office. Chan’s company labeled the allegation “nonsense,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Mom of S.C. Teacher Killed by Alligator Speaks Out: ‘I Keep Thinking About Her Being Dragged Away’

The mother of a 45-year-old kindergarten teacher from South Carolina who was killed by an alligator while walking her dog on Monday says she’s still struggling to come to terms with her daughter’s death.

“I cannot make any sense of what’s happened. None at all,” Julia Meza said through tears during an interview with Today on Tuesday. “She would never go near an alligator, she would never irritate an alligator.”

Meza’s daughter, Cassandra Cline, was walking with her dog near a lagoon around 9:30 a.m. on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, when an 8-foot alligator attacked the dog.

Cline struggled to save her dog, but was attacked and pulled underwater by the alligator, according to the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office.

“I just keep thinking about her being dragged away by that,” Meza said. “I just, I just can’t imagine it.”

Hilton Head Island Fire Rescue and Sea Pines Security personnel arrived at the scene and found Cline, a resident of Sea Pines Living, in the water.

David Lucas, of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, told ABC News that Cline was still alive when she was pulled from the water, but died at the scene.

Sam Chapplear, with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, told ABC that Cline had gotten into a tug-of-war with the animal to save her dog before being attacked herself.

The alligator was later found and euthanized, according to the site. The dog survived the incident.

The Beaufort County Coroner, Edward Allen, scheduled an autopsy to be performed at the Medical University of South Carolina to determine Cline’s cause death, according to the sheriff’s office.

Now, Cline’s family and friends are remembering the woman they nicknamed “Sassy.”

“She was a wonderful, giving person,” Meza told Today, noting that her daughter was a kindergarten teacher. “She’s been one for years and she loved her students.”

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Sea Pines Living officials wrote in a statement on Facebook that they are “shocked and heartbroken” after hearing the news.

“It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the tragic loss of one of our Sea Pines property owners Cassandra Cline,” they wrote.

“The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office issued a statement earlier today stating that Ms.Cline was killed by an alligator in a lagoon in the Club Course area of Sea Pines. An alligator—believed responsible for the attack—was located and removed from the scene.”

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Jeffrey Katzenberg Remembers Being Mentored by Lew Wasserman

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Girl, 16, Suffers Broken Ribs After Being Pushed Off Bridge in Dramatic Video

A 16-year-old girl sustained multiple injuries when she fell dozens of feet from a bridge after being unexpectedly pushed by a friend, and the incident has now sparked a police investigation, PEOPLE confirms.

In footage published by multiple outlets including KATU and Today, Jordan Holgerson is shown standing along a ledge of a bridge at Moulton Falls in Yacolt, Washington. The KATU video shows Jordan telling her group of friends, “No, I won’t go in,” as they pressure her to jump into the river nearly 60 feet below.

Yet, Jordan’s friends continue to press her in the video, and after she declines to jump once again, an unidentified woman is seen shoving Jordan while her back is turned. The push caused her to fall off the bridge.

A few seconds later, the high school student hit the water with a loud smack that can be heard in the video.

“I have five broken ribs, air bubbles in my chest, and I have a punctured lung,” Jordan told KGW8 from PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver, where she is recovering.

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Sgt. Brent Waddell, a spokesman for the Clark County Sheriff’s Department, tells PEOPLE there is an ongoing investigation into the incident.

Jordan told KGW8 that she likely lost consciousness for a moment before hitting the water.

“In midair, I think I might’ve blacked out,” she said. “I was awake and aware when I hit the water.”

After plunging into the river, Jordan said someone nearby jumped into the water to retrieve her, and she was then transported to the hospital.

The original video of the incident, which was posted to YouTube, was removed after it went viral.

Jordan’s mother, Genelle Holgerson, told the Thoroughbred Daily News that her daughter is still in pain and is “very tired,” and they don’t know how long she will remain in the hospital. But the family feels fortunate Jordan’s injuries weren’t as severe as they easily could have been.

“She is lucky she is not paralyzed or dead,” her mom added to Thoroughbred Daily. “We’re lucky she is going to recover and not have permanent injuries.”

“I’m in a lot of pain without medication,” Jordan told Today in an interview that aired Friday.

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Genelle said the family knows the identity of the friend who pushed Jordan, and is calling for her to turn herself in.

“I’m very upset with her,” she told Thoroughbred Daily. “She is an adult, and I’m sure she should have known better,” Genelle told the outlet. “She could have killed my daughter.”

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Kate McKinnon, Mila Kunis Consider Being Secret Agents at ‘Spy Who Dumped Me’ Premiere

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Brad Pitt ‘Was Dreaming About Being a Dad’ Years Before He Met Angelina Jolie: Source

Brad Pitt is feeling better now that he gets to spend more time with his kids.

The actor, 54, is in London now — where ex Angelina Jolie is currently filming Maleficent 2  — to see his children for a second time in recent weeks after a judge presiding over the former couple’s divorce proceedings established a detailed schedule for him to spend time with Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12, and 9-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox. The kids are currently living in London with Jolie as she films the Disney movie.

And being with the kids is already brightening his mood.

“Having kids was always very special to him. He wanted kids for years before he met Angie,” a source tells PEOPLE. “He was dreaming about being a dad. And he has always been a great dad. Very involved and present. He talks about the kids nonstop now. He brought gifts back to England.”

The court papers obtained by PEOPLE stated, “the children not having a relationship with their father is harmful to them,” and that Jolie, 43, could lose full custody of the kids if she doesn’t allow them to grow their relationships with Pitt.

Maddox, 16, their oldest son, isn’t included in the timetable. That’s because, according to the court, Maddox is old enough to decide for himself how much time he wants to spend with his father.

A spokesperson for Jolie called the court paper leak “misleading” and “not in the best interests of the children.”

The new ruling has made a significant impact in Pitt’s life as he was struggling with not knowing when he would have time with the kids.

“Brad has been in the best mood,” the source says. “Although he was away from the kids for a week, it seems just the fact that he now knows when he will see them, makes him very happy. He couldn’t wait to get back to England. Not following a proper custody schedule was very difficult for him. And very sad as well.”

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Photographer, 30, Dies After Being Swept Away by Flood Waters While Taking Photos in Storm Drain

Friends of a beloved Philadelphia photographer are mourning the woman’s death after she was fatally swept away in a storm drain during a flash flood last weekend.

Rebecca Bunting, 30, and her boyfriend were inside a sewer by Roosevelt Boulevard in Northeast Philadelphia taking photos around 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 2, when a rush of water came through and dragged them both down the system, police say.

The man was able to pull himself out, but Bunting was swept away. A neighbor told 6 ABC that he heard a man screaming for help Saturday night. He said he ran outside to find Bunting’s boyfriend screaming her name by the water.

A rescue team found her body around 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, trapped under furniture left in Pennypack Creek near Philadelphia’s Holmesburg neighborhood.  In the wake of the death, Bunting’s boyfriend remembered her in a pair of Instagram posts.

“I’m glad I got to make so many memories with her. I love you so much Becca and I’m hurting so bad right now,” he wrote alongside a photo of the two posing together with wide smiles.

“Thinking back on all these memories makes me smile while these tears roll down my face. I will continue to share our memories since we had so many great ones. Please watch over your family and I, we really need it right now my love.”

Police say Bunting and her boyfriend entered the storm drain without permission to take part in “Urban Exploration,” in which they film their experiences while taking photos and footage at often abandoned locations.

“She was always trying to get really cool photos,” Bunting’s friend, Cristen DeDomenico, told 6 ABC. “She’s really talented. She could bring out beauty in any landscape.”

Bunting’s Instagram is filled with artistic photos of empty churches, plane wreckage, abandoned hospitals and other spaces. She amassed more than 15,000 followers on the social media site and often wrote of her love for photography.

“My camera is my tool,” she wrote alongside one Instagram photo of herself holding a camera. “Through it I give reason to everything around me.”

Friends have posted several tributes to Bunting on her Facebook page, and have announced a memorial for the artist scheduled for June 17.

“Words can’t express the heartache I feel in this moment. The world lost a truly amazing person Rebecca Bword Bunting …” one person wrote in a Facebook post. “Our weirdness and love for art quickly combined and you posed for a lot of MySpace worthy photoshoots (like this photo you climbed on a roof for) ha. We would spend days dressing up and taking pictures for fun.”

They continued: “We climbed rocks and “keep out” fences while exploring the places most people wouldn’t go. You always saw beauty in the things people took for granted. I loved having you as a neighbor and friend. You are an amazing soul that made an impact on the world through your work and existence. I’m grateful that I was able to meet such a beautiful person in my lifetime. Rest In Peace”

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Prince William Just Revealed What Kate ‘Really’ Thinks About Him Being at a Motorcycle Race Today

Looking for adventure!

Motorcycle enthusiast Prince William flew to the Isle of Man for one of the world’s top races on Wednesday.

William, 35, who still rides a high-powered Ducati (which he recently used to get him to a soccer match with pals!), went to watch the famous festival on the small island between Britain and Ireland. And while the prince couldn’t wait to take in the event, his wife Kate Middleton didn’t share the same excitement.

William confessed Kate may have been a little skeptical of the intentions of his visit. When Laurence Skelly, the Isle of Man government’s minister for enterprise, asked him about her views. William told him, “When I said I was going to the Isle of Man for an official visit she said, ‘Really?’ ”

In the past, Kate has admitted to feeling “terrified” when her husband goes out on his motorcycle. And during a 2015 visit to Scotland, she said: “I’m going to keep George off of it!”

The annual Tourist Trophy (or TT race) is a major fixture in the motorcycling circuit. It began in 1907 and is one of the oldest motorsport events in the world.

As well as seeing a number of races, the prince met officials and support staff, and volunteers involved in the event.

William caught some of the final stages of the TT Supersport Race 2 before heading to a reception in the Government House Tent, where he met race staff and volunteers, civic dignitaries and representatives of local businesses.

He also spent time with the Joey Dunlop Foundation charity, which provides specialist accommodation for visitors to the Isle of Man with a disability.

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In addition to his love of motorcycling, William would have flown near the race’s location while patrolling the Irish Sea on missions with the RAF Search and Rescue crews based at Anglesey. He once picked up a stricken sailor from the sea near the island.

The prince recently had the chance to test drive a bike during a visit to the headquarters of Triumph Motorcycles. There, he slipped a reflective jacket on over his blazer and sweater for a quick ride on the Triumph Tiger 1200. He also got to pose on a vintage model.

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PEOPLE’s Call to Action: Contact Congress to Ask What Is Being Done to Stop the Epidemic of Gun Violence

On Friday, just as the school day was just getting underway, a gunman opened fire inside Santa Fe High School in Texas, killing 10 and wounding 13.

Eight students and two teachers were killed, leaving their loved ones grieving the loss of “extraordinary” lives.

The suspected shooter, a 17-year-old student, had planned to kill himself after the massacre but lost his nerve and surrendered instead, authorities said.

The attack, which began around 7:30 a.m., came just months after a mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, killed 17 people — and, less than a year before that, a mass shooter at a concert in Las Vegas killed 58. Weeks after the Vegas massacre, a gunman fatally shot 25 people, including a pregnant woman, at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

Speaking to reporters on Friday afternoon, surrounded by law enforcement and other politicians, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called it “the worst disaster ever to strike this community.”

“We need to do more than just pray for the victims and their families,” Abbott said. “It’s time in Texas that we take action to step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated ever again in the history of the state.”

To help you make your voice heard and to let your representatives know you will vote on the issue of sensible gun legislation, PEOPLE is once again releasing its Call to Action.

Here is the contact information for every single voting member of Congress. There are no easy solutions to gun violence, but Washington needs to know that doing nothing is not an option anymore.


Sen. Richard Shelby

Phone: 202-224-5744



Sen. Doug Jones

Phone: 202-224-3004



Rep. Bradley Byrne

Phone: 202-225-4931



Rep. Terri A. Sewell

Phone: 202-225-2665



Rep. Gary Palmer

Phone: 202-225-4921



Rep. Mike Rogers

Phone: 202-225-3261



Rep. Martha Roby

Phone: 202-225-2901



Rep. Mo Brooks

Phone: 202-225-4801



Rep. Robert Aderholt

Phone: 202-225-4876




Sen. Dan Sullivan

Phone: 202-224-3004



Sen. Lisa Murkowski

Phone: 202-224-6665



Rep. Don Young

Phone: 202-225-5765




Sen. John McCain

Phone: 202-224-2235



Sen. Jeff Flake

Phone: 202-224-4521



Rep. Ruben Gallego

Phone: 202-225-4065



Rep. Debbie Lesko

Phone: 202-225-4576



Rep. Martha McSally

Phone: 202-225-2542



Rep. Kyrsten Sinema

Phone: 202-225-9888



Rep. Andy Biggs

Phone: 202-225-2635



Rep. Tom O’Halleran

Phone: 202-225-3361



Rep. David Schweikert

Phone: 202-225-2190



Rep. Raúl Grijalva

Phone: 202-225-2435



Rep. Paul A. Gosar

Phone: 202-225-2315




Sen. Tom Cotton

Phone: 202-224-2353



Sen. John Boozman

Phone: 202-224-4843



Rep. Bruce Westerman

Phone: 202-225-3772



Rep. French Hill

Phone: 202-225-2506



Rep. Steve Womack

Phone: 202-225-4301



Rep. Rick Crawford

Phone: 202-225-4076




Sen. Kamala D. Harris

Phone: 202-224-3553



Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Phone: 202-224-3841



Rep. Karen Handel

Phone: 202-225-4501



Rep. Mimi Walters

Phone: 202-225-5611



Rep. Norma Torres

Phone: 202-225-6161



Rep. Ted Lieu

Phone: 202-225-3976



Rep. Pete Aguilar

Phone: 202-225-3201



Rep. Steve Knight

Phone: 202-225-1956



Rep. Mark DeSaulnier

Phone: 202-225-2095



Rep. Scott Peters

Phone: 202-225-0508



Rep. Juan Vargas

Phone: 202-225-8045



Rep. Alan Lowenthal

Phone: 202-225-7924



Rep. Mark Takano

Phone: 202-225-2305



Rep. Raul Ruiz

Phone: 202-225-5330



Rep. Tony Cárdenas

Phone: 202-225-6131



Rep. Julia Brownley

Phone: 202-225-5811



Rep. David Valadao

Phone: 202-225-4695



Rep. Eric Swalwell

Phone: 202-225-5065



Rep. Paul Cook

Phone: 202-225-5861



Rep. Ami Bera

Phone: 202-225-5716



Rep. Jared Huffman

Phone: 202-225-5161



Rep. Doug LaMalfa

Phone: 202-225-3076



Rep. Ro Khanna

Phone: 202-225-2631



Rep. Maxine Waters

Phone: 202-225-2201



Rep. Mike Thompson

Phone: 202-225-3311



Rep. Linda Sánchez

Phone: 202-225-6676



Rep. John Garamendi

Phone: 202-225-1880

Twitter:  @RepGaramendi

Rep. Tom McClintock

Phone: 202-225-2511

Twitter:  @RepMcClintock

Rep. Doris O. Matsui

Phone: 202-225-7163

Twitter:  @DorisMatsui

Rep. Jerry McNerney

Phone: 202-225-1947

Twitter:  @RepMcNerney

Rep. Jeff Denham

Phone: 202-225-4540

Twitter:  @RepJeffDenham

Rep. Nancy Pelosi

Phone: 202-225-4965

Twitter:  @NancyPelosi

Rep. Barbara Lee

Phone: 202-225-2661

Twitter:  @RepBarbaraLee

Rep. Jackie Speier

Phone: 202-225-3531



Rep. Jim Costa

Phone: 202-225-3341



Rep. Jimmy Panetta

Phone: 202-225-2861



Rep. Anna G. Eshoo

Phone: 202-225-8104



Rep. Zoe Lofgren

Phone: 202-225-3072



Rep. Salud Carbajal

Phone: 202-225-3601



Rep. Devin Nunes

Phone: 202-225-2523



Rep. Kevin McCarthy

Phone: 202-225-2915  



Rep. Nanette Barragán

Phone: 202-225-8220



Rep. Judy Chu

Phone: 202-225-5464



Rep. Adam Schiff

Phone: 202-225-4176



Rep. Brad Sherman

Phone: 202-225-5911



Rep. Grace Napolitano

Phone: 202-225-5256



Rep. Jimmy Gomez

Phone: 202-225-6235



Rep. Karen Bass

Phone: 202-225-7084



Rep. Ed Royce

Phone: 202-225-4111



Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard

Phone: 202-225-1766



Rep. Ken Calvert

Phone: 202-225-1986



Rep. Luis (Lou) Correa

Phone: 202-225-2965



Rep. Dana Rohrabacher

Phone: 202-225-2415



Rep. Darrell Issa

Phone: 202-225-3906

Twitter:  @DarrellIssa

Rep. Duncan D. Hunter

Phone: 202-225-5672



Rep. Susan Davis

Phone: 202-225-2040




Sen. Cory Gardner

Phone: 202-224-5941



Sen. Michael Bennet

Phone: 202-224-5852



Rep. Ken Buck

Phone: 202-225-4676



Rep. Scott Tipton

Phone: 202-225-4761



Rep. Jared Polis

Phone: 202-225-2161



Rep. Ed Perlmutter

Phone: 202-225-2645



Rep. Doug Lamborn

Phone: 202-225-4422



Rep. Diana DeGette

Phone: 202-225-4431



Rep. Mike Coffman

Phone: 202-225-7882




Sen. Christopher Murphy

Phone: 202-224-4041



Sen. Richard Blumenthal

Phone: 202-224-2823



Rep. Elizabeth Esty

Phone: 202-225-4476



Rep. John Larson

Phone: 202-225-2265



Rep. Jim Himes

Phone: 202-225-5541



Rep. Rosa DeLauro

Phone: 202-225-3661



Rep. Joe Courtney

Phone: 202-225-2076




Sen. Thomas R. Carper

Phone: 202-224-2441



Sen. Christopher A. Coons

Phone: 202-224-5042

Twitter:  @SenCoonsOffice

Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester

Phone: 202-225-4165




Sen. Bill Nelson

Phone: 202-224-5274



Sen. Marco Rubio

Phone: 202-224-3041



Rep. Matt Gaetz

Phone: 202-225-4136



Rep. Neal Dunn

Phone: 202-225-5235



Rep. Ted Yoho

Phone: 202-225-5744



Rep. John Rutherford

Phone: 202-225-2501



Rep. Al Lawson

Phone: 202-225-0123


Rep. Ron DeSantis

Phone: 202-225-2706



Rep. Stephanie Murphy

Phone: 202-225-4035



Rep. Bill Posey

Phone: 202-225-3671



Rep. Darren Soto

Phone: 202-225-9889



Rep. Val Demings

Phone: 202-225-2176



Rep. Daniel Webster

Phone: 202-225-1002



Rep. Gus M. Bilirakis

Phone: 202-225-5755



Rep. Charlie Crist

Phone: 202-225-5961



Rep. Kathy Castor

Phone: 202-225-3376



Rep. Dennis Ross

Phone: 202-225-1252



Rep. Vern Buchanan

Phone: 202-225-5015



Rep. Tom Rooney

Phone: 202-225-5792



Rep. Brian Mast

Phone: 202-225-3026



Rep. Francis Rooney

Phone: 202-225-2536



Rep. Alcee L. Hastings

Phone: 202-225-1313



Rep. Ted Deutch

Phone: 202-225-3001



Rep. Lois Frankel

Phone: 202-225-9890



Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Phone: 202-225-7931



Rep. Frederica Wilson

Phone: 202-225-4506



Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart

Phone: 202-225-4211



Rep. Carlos Curbelo

Phone: 202-225-2778



Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

Phone: 202-225-3931




Sen. Johnny Isakson

Phone: 202-224-3643



Sen. David Perdue

Phone: 202-224-3521



Rep. Buddy Carter

Phone: 202-225-5831



Rep. Sanford D. Bishop Jr.

Phone: 202-225-3631



Rep. Drew Ferguson

Phone: 202-225-5901



Rep. Henry C. “Hank” Johnson Jr.

Phone: 202-225-1605



Rep. John Lewis

Phone: 202-225-3801



Rep. Robert Woodall

Phone: 202-225-4272



Rep. Austin Scott

Phone: 202-225-6531



Rep. Doug Collins

Phone: 202-225-9893



Rep. Jody Hice

Phone: 202-225-4101



Rep. Barry Loudermilk

Phone: 202-225-2931



Rep. Rick Allen

Phone: 202-225-2823



Rep. David Scott

Phone: 202-225-2939



Rep. Tom Graves

Phone: 202-225-5211




Sen. Mazie K. Hirono

Phone: 202-224-6361



Sen. Brian Schatz

Phone: 202-224-3934



Rep. Colleen Hanabusa

Phone: 202-225-2726



Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

Phone: 202-225-4906




Sen. Mike Crapo

Phone: 202-224-6142



Sen. James Risch

Phone: 202-224-2752



Rep. Raul R. Labrador

Phone: 202-225-6611



Rep. Mike Simpson

Phone: 202-225-5531




Sen. Richard J. Durbin

Phone: 202-224-2152



Sen. Tammy Duckworth

Phone: 202-224-2854



Rep. Bobby L. Rush

Phone: 202-225-4372



Rep. Robin Kelly

Phone: 202-225-0773



Rep. Daniel Lipinski

Phone: 202-225-5701



Luis Gutiérrez

Phone: 202-225-8203



Rep. Mike Quigley

Phone: 202-225-4061



Rep. Peter J. Roskam

Phone: 202-225-4561



Rep. Danny K. Davis

Phone: 202-225-5006



Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi

Phone: 202-225-3711



Rep. Jan Schakowsky

Phone: 202-225-2111



Rep. Brad Schneider

Phone: 202-225-4835



Rep. Bill Foster

Phone: 202-225-3515



Rep. Mike Bost

Phone: 202-225-5661



Rep. Rodney Davis

Phone: 202-225-2371



Rep. Randy Hultgren

Phone: 202-225-2976



Rep. John Shimkus

Phone: 202-225-5271



Rep. Adam Kinzinger

Phone: 202-225-3635



Rep. Cheri Bustos

Phone: 202-225-5905



Rep. Darin LaHood

Phone: 202-225-6201




Sen. Todd Young

Phone: 202-224-5623



Sen. Joe Donnelly

Phone: 202-224-4814



Rep. Luke Messer

Phone: 202-225-3021



Rep. Susan W. Brooks

Phone: 202-225-2276



Rep. Jackie Walorski

Phone: 202-225-3915



Rep. Trey Hollingsworth

Phone: 202-225-5315



Rep. Peter Visclosky

Phone: 202-225-2461



Rep. Jim Banks

Phone: 202-225-4436



Rep. Todd Rokita

Phone: 202-225-5037



Rep. André Carson

Phone: 202-225-4011



Rep. Larry Bucshon

Phone: 202-225-4636




Sen. Joni Ernst

Phone: 202-224-3254



Sen. Chuck Grassley

Phone: 202-224-3744



Rep. Steve King

Phone: 202-225-4426



Rep. David Young

Phone: 202-225-5476



Rep. Rod Blum

Phone: 202-225-2911



Rep. David Loebsack

Phone: 202-225-6576




Sen. Jerry Moran

Phone: 202-224-6521



Sen. Pat Roberts

Phone: 202-224-4774



Rep. Ron Estes

Phone: 202-225-6216



Rep. Kevin Yoder

Phone: 202-225-2865



Rep. Lynn Jenkins

Phone: 202-225-6601



Rep. Roger Marshall

Phone: 202-225-2715




Sen. Mitch McConnell

Phone: 202-224-2541



Sen. Rand Paul

Phone: 202-224-4343



Rep. Andy Barr

Phone: 202-225-4706



Rep. Thomas Massie

Phone: 202-225-3465



Rep. John Yarmuth

Phone: 202-225-5401



Rep. James Comer

Phone: 202-225-3115



Rep. Harold Rogers

Phone: 202-225-4601



Rep. Brett Guthrie

Phone: 202-225-3501




Sen. Bill Cassidy

Phone: 202-224-5824



Sen. John Kennedy

Phone: 202-224-4623



Rep. Garret Graves

Phone: 202-225-3901



Rep. Ralph Abraham

Phone: 202-225-8490



Rep. Steve Scalise

Phone: 202-225-3015



Rep. Cedric Richmond

Phone: 202-225-6636



Rep. Mike Johnson

Phone: 202-225-2777



Rep. Clay Higgins

Phone: 202-225-2031



Sen. Angus King

Phone: 202-224-5344



Sen. Susan Collins

Phone: 202-224-2523



Rep. Bruce Poliquin

Phone: 202-225-6306



Rep. Chellie Pingree

Phone: 202-225-6116




Sen. Chris Van Hollen

Phone: 202-224-4654



Sen. Benjamin Cardin

Phone: 202-224-4524



Rep. John Delaney

Phone: 202-225-2721



Rep. Jamie Raskin

Phone: 202-225-5341



Rep. John P. Sarbanes

Phone: 202-225-4016



Rep. Andy Harris

Phone: 202-225-5311



Rep. Steny Hoyer

Phone: 202-225-4131



Rep. Anthony Brown

Phone: 202-225-8699

Rep. Elijah Cummings

Phone: 202-225-4741



Rep. C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger

Phone: 202-225-3061




Sen. Edward J. Markey

Phone: 202-224-2742



Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Phone: 202-224-4543



Rep. Richard E. Neal

Phone: 202-225-5601



Rep. James McGovern

Phone: 202-225-6101



Rep. Niki Tsongas

Phone: 202-225-3411



Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III

Phone: 202-225-5931



Rep. Katherine Clark

Phone: 202-225-2836



Rep. Seth Moulton

Phone: 202-225-8020



Rep. Michael E. Capuano

Phone: 202-225-5111



Rep. Stephen F. Lynch

Phone: 202-225-8273



Rep. William Keating

Phone: 202-225-3111




Sen. Gary Peters

Phone: 202-224-6221



Sen. Debbie Stabenow

Phone: 202-224-4822



Rep. Brenda Lawrence

Phone: 202-225-5802



Rep. Debbie Dingell

Phone: 202-225-4071



Rep. Dave Trott

Phone: 202-225-8171



Rep. Mike Bishop

Phone: 202-225-4872



Rep. John Moolenaar

Phone: 202-225-3561



Rep. Daniel Kildee

Phone: 202-225-3611



Rep. Tim Walberg

Phone: 202-225-6276



Rep. Paul Mitchell

Phone: 202-225-2106



Rep. Fred Upton

Phone: 202-225-3761



Rep. Sander Levin

Phone: 202-225-4961



Rep. Bill Huizenga

cPhone: 202-225-4401



Rep. Jack Bergman

Phone: 202-225-4735



Rep. Justin Amash

Phone: 202-225-3831




Sen. Tina Smith

Phone: 202-224-5641



Sen. Amy Klobuchar

Phone: 202-224-3244



Rep. Timothy J. Walz

Phone: 202-225-2472



Rep. Jason Lewis

Phone: 202-225-2271



Rep. Erik Paulsen

Phone: 202-225-2871



Rep. Betty McCollum

Phone: 202-225-6631



Rep. Keith Ellison

Phone: 202-225-4755



Tom Emmer

Phone: 202-225-2331



Rep. Collin C. Peterson

Phone: 202-225-2165

Rep. Rick Nolan

Phone: 202-225-6211




Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith

Phone: 202-224-5054



Sen. Roger F. Wicker

Phone: 202-224-6253



Rep. Trent Kelly

Phone: 202-225-4306



Rep. Bennie G. Thompson

Phone: 202-225-5876



Rep. Gregg Harper

Phone: 202-225-5031



Rep. Steven Palazzo

Phone: 202-225-5772




Sen. Roy Blunt

Phone: 202-224-5721



Sen. Claire McCaskill

Phone: 202-224-6154



Rep. William “Lacy” Clay Jr.

Phone: 202-225-2406



Rep. Ann Wagner

Phone: 202-225-1621



Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer

Phone: 202-225-2956



Rep. Vicky Hartzler

Phone: 202-225-2876



Rep. Emanuel Cleaver

Phone: 202-225-4535



Rep. Sam Graves

Phone: 202-225-7041



Rep. Billy Long

Phone: 202-225-6536



Rep. Jason Smith

Phone: 202-225-4404




Sen. Steve Daines

Phone: 202-224-2651



Sen. Jon Tester

Phone: 202-224-2644



Rep. Greg Gianforte

Phone: 202-225-3211




Sen. Deb Fischer

Phone: 202-224-6551



Sen. Ben Sasse

Phone: 202-224-4224

Twitter:  @SenSasse

Rep. Jeff Fortenberry

Phone: 202-225-4806

Twitter:  @JeffFortenberry

Rep. Don Bacon

Phone: 202-225-4155



Rep. Adrian Smith

Phone: 202-225-6435




Sen. Dean Heller

Phone: 202-224-6244



Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto

Phone: 202-224-3542



Rep. Dina Titus

Phone: 202-225-5965

Twitter:  @


Rep. Mark Amodei

Phone: 202-225-6155



Rep. Jacky Rosen

Phone: 202-225-3252



Rep. Ruben Kihuen

Phone: 202-225-9894




Sen. Margaret (Maggie) Hassan

Phone: 202-224-3324



Sen. Jeanne Shaheen

Phone: 202-224-2841



Rep. Carol Shea-Porter

Phone: 202-225-5456



Rep. Ann Kuster

Phone: 202-225-5206




Sen. Robert Menendez

Phone: 202-224-4744



Sen. Cory Booker

Phone: 202-224-3224



Rep. Donald Norcross

Phone: 202-225-6501



Rep. Frank LoBiondo

Phone: 202-225-6572



Rep. Tom MacArthur

Phone: 202-225-4765



Rep. Chris Smith

Phone: 202-225-3765



Rep. Josh Gottheimer

Phone: 202-225-4465



Rep. Frank Pallone


Phone: 202-225-4671



Rep. Leonard Lance

Phone: 202-225-5361



Rep. Albio Sires

Phone: 202-225-7919



Rep. Bill Pascrell,


Phone: 202-225-5751



Rep. Donald Payne Jr.

Phone: 202-225-3436



Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen

Phone: 202-225-5034



Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman

Phone: 202-225-5801

Twitter:  @RepBonnie


Sen. Martin Heinrich

Phone: 202-224-5521

Twitter:  @MartinHeinrich

Sen. Tom Udall

Phone: 202-224-6621



Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham

Phone: 202-225-6316



Rep. Steve Pearce

Phone: 202-225-2365



Rep. Ben R. Lujan

Phone: 202-225-6190




Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand

Phone: 202-224-4451



Sen. Charles E. Schumer

Phone: 202-224-6542



Rep. Lee Zeldin

Phone: 202-225-3826



Rep. Pete King

Phone: 202-225-7896



Rep. Thomas Suozzi

Phone: 202-225-3335



Rep. Kathleen Rice

tibPhone: 202-225-5516



Rep. Gregory W. Meeks

Phone: 202-225-3461



Rep. Grace Meng

Phone: 202-225-2601



Rep. Nydia M. Velázquez

Phone: 202-225-2361



Rep. Hakeem Jeffries

Phone: 202-225-5936



Rep. Yvette D. Clarke

Phone: 202-225-6231



Rep. Jerrold Nadler

Phone: 202-225-5635



Rep. Daniel Donovan

Phone: 202-225-3371



Rep. Carolyn Maloney

Phone: 202-225-7944



Rep. Adriano Espaillat

Phone: 202-225-4365



Rep. Joseph Crowley

Phone: 202-225-3965



Rep. José E. Serrano

Phone: 202-225-4361



Rep. Eliot Engel

Phone: 202-225-2464



Rep. Nita Lowey

Phone: 202-225-6506  



Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney

Phone: 202-225-5441



Rep. John Faso

Phone: 202-225-5614  



Rep. Paul D. Tonko

Phone: 202-225-5076



Rep. Elise Stefanik

Phone: 202-225-4611



Rep. Claudia Tenney

Phone: 202-225-3665



Rep. Tom Reed

Phone: 202-225-3161



Rep. John Katko

Phone: 202-225-3701



Rep. Brian Higgins

Phone: 202-225-3306



Rep. Chris Collins

Phone: 202-225-5265




Sen. Richard Burr

Phone: 202-224-3154



Sen. Thom Tillis

Phone: 202-224-6342



Rep. G.K. Butterfield

Phone: 202-225-3101



Rep. George Holding

Phone: 202-225-3032



Rep. Walter B. Jones

Phone: 202-225-3415



Rep. David Price

Phone: 202-225-1784



Rep. Virginia Foxx

Phone: 202-225-2071



Rep. Mark Walker

Phone: 202-225-3065



Rep. David Rouzer

Phone: 202-225-2731



Rep. Richard Hudson

Phone: 202-225-3715



Rep. Robert Pittenger

Phone: 202-225-1976



Rep. Patrick T. McHenry

Phone: 202-225-2576



Rep. Mark Meadows

Phone: 202-225-6401



Rep. Alma Adams

Phone: 202-225-1510



Rep. Ted Budd

Phone: 202-225-4531




Sen. Heidi Heitkamp

Phone: 202-224-2043



Sen. John Hoeven

Phone: 202-224-2551



Rep. Kevin Cramer

Phone: 202-225-2611




Sen. Sherrod Brown

Phone: 202-224-2315



Sen. Rob Portman

Phone: 202-224-3353



Rep. Steve Chabot

Phone: 202-225-2216



Rep. Brad Wenstrup

Phone: 202-225-3164



Rep. Joyce Beatty

Phone: 202-225-4324



Rep. Jim Jordan

Phone: 202-225-2676



Rep. Robert E. Latta

Phone: 202-225-6405



Rep. Bill Johnson

Phone: 202-225-5705



Rep. Bob Gibbs

Phone: 202-225-6265

Twitter:  @RepBobGibbs

Warren Davidson

Phone: 202-225-6205



Rep. Marcy Kaptur




Rep. Michael Turner

Phone: 202-225-6465



Rep. Marcia L. Fudge

Phone: 202-225-7032



Rep. Tim Ryan

Phone: 202-225-5261



Rep. David Joyce

Phone: 202-225-5731



Rep. Steve Stivers

Phone: 202-225-2015



Rep. Jim Renacci

Phone: 202-225-3876




Sen. James M. Inhofe

Phone: 202-224-4721



Sen. James Lankford

Phone: 202-224-5754



Rep. Markwayne Mullin

Phone: 202-225-2701



Rep. Frank Lucas

Phone: 202-225-5565



Rep. Tom Cole

Phone: 202-225-6165



Rep. Steve Russell

Phone: 202-225-2132




Sen. Jeff Merkley

Phone: 202-224-3753



Sen. Ron Wyden

Phone: 202-224-5244



Rep. Suzanne Bonamici

Phone: 202-225-0855



Rep. Greg Walden

Phone: 202-225-6730



Rep. Earl Blumenauer

Phone: 202-225-4811



Rep. Peter DeFazio

Phone: 202-225-6416



Rep. Kurt Schrader

Phone: 202-225-5711




Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr.

Phone: 202-224-6324



Sen. Patrick J. Toomey

Phone: 202-224-4254



Rep. Robert Brady

Phone: 202-225-4731



Rep. Dwight Evans

Phone: 202-225-4001



Rep. Mike Kelly

Phone: 202-225-5406



Rep. Conor Lamb

Phone: 202-225-2301



Rep. Scott Perry

Phone: 202-225-5836



Rep. Glenn W. Thompson

Phone: 202-225-5121



Rep. Ryan Costello

Phone: 202-225-4315



Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick

Phone: 202-225-4276



Rep. Bill Shuster

Phone: 202-225-2431



Rep. Tom Marino

Phone: 202-225-3731



Rep. Lou Barletta

Phone: 202-225-6511



Rep. Keith Rothfus

Phone: 202-225-2065



Rep. Brendan Boyle

Phone: 202-225-6111



Rep. Mike Doyle

Phone: 202-225-2135



Rep. Lloyd Smucker

Phone: 202-225-2411



Rep. Matthew Cartwright

Phone: 202-225-5546




Sen. Jack Reed

Phone: 202-224-4642



Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse

Phone: 202-224-2921



Rep. David Cicilline

Phone: 202-225-4911



Rep. Jim Langevin

Phone: 202-225-2735




Sen. Lindsey Graham

Phone: 202-224-5972



Sen. Tim Scott

Phone: 202-224-6121



Rep. Mark Sanford

Phone: 202-225-3176



Rep. Joe Wilson

Phone: 202-225-2452



Rep. Jeff Duncan

Phone: 202-225-5301



Rep. Trey Gowdy

Phone: 202-225-6030



Rep. Ralph Norman

Phone: 202-225-5501



Rep. James E. Clyburn

Phone: 202-225-3315



Rep. Tom Rice

Phone: 202-225-9895




Sen. Mike Rounds

Phone: 202-224-5842



Sen. John Thune

Phone: 202-224-2321



Rep. Kristi Noem

Phone: 202-225-2801




Sen. Lamar Alexander

Phone: 202-224-4944



Sen. Bob Corker

Phone: 202-224-3344



Rep. Phil Roe

Phone: 202-225-6356



Rep. John J. Duncan Jr.

Phone: 202-225-5435



Rep. Chuck Fleischmann

Phone: 202-225-3271



Rep. Scott DesJarlais

Phone: 202-225-6831



Rep. Jim Cooper

Phone: 202-225-4311



Rep. Marsha Blackburn

Phone: 202-225-2811



Rep. Steve Cohen

Phone: 202-225-3265



Rep. Diane Black

Phone: 202-225-4231



Rep. David Kustoff

Phone: 202-225-4714




Sen. John Cornyn

Phone: 202-224-2934



Sen. Ted Cruz

Phone: 202-224-5922



Rep. Louie Gohmert

Phone: 202-225-3035



Rep. Ted Poe

Phone: 202-225-6565



Rep. Sam Johnson

Phone: 202-225-4201



Rep. John Ratcliffe

Phone: 202-225-6673



Rep. Jeb Hensarling

Phone: 202-225-3484



Rep. Joe Barton

Phone: 202-225-2002



Rep. John Culberson

Phone: 202-225-2571



Rep. Kevin Brady

Phone: 202-225-4901



Rep. Al Green

Phone: 202-225-7508



Rep. Michael T. McCaul

Phone: 202-225-2401



Rep. K. Michael Conaway

Phone: 202-225-3605



Rep. Kay Granger

Phone: 202-225-5071



Rep. Mac Thornberry

Phone: 202-225-3706



Rep. Randy Weber

Phone: 202-225-2831



Rep. Vicente Gonzalez

Phone: 202-225-2531



Rep. Beto O’Rourke

Phone: 202-225-4831



Rep. Bill Flores

Phone: 202-225-6105



Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee

Phone: 202-225-3816



Rep. Jodey Arrington

Phone: 202-225-4005



Rep. Joaquin Castro

Phone: 202-225-3236



Rep. Lamar Smith

Phone: 202-225-4236



Rep. Pete Olson

Phone: 202-225-5951



Rep. Will Hurd

Phone: 202-225-4511



Rep. Kenny Marchant

Phone: 202-225-6605



Rep. Roger Williams

Phone: 202-225-9896



Rep. Michael Burgess

Phone: 202-225-7772



Rep. Henry Cuellar

Phone: 202-225-1640



Rep. Gene Green

Phone: 202-225-1688



Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson

Phone: 202-225-8885



Rep. John Carter

Phone: 202-225-3864



Rep. Pete Sessions

Phone: 202-225-2231



Rep. Marc Veasey

Phone: 202-225-9897



Rep. Filemon Vela

Phone: 202-225-9901



Rep. Lloyd Doggett

Phone: 202-225-4865



Rep. Brian Babin

Phone: 202-225-1555




Sen. Orrin G. Hatch

Phone: 202-224-5251



Sen. Mike Lee

Phone: 202-224-5444



Rep. Rob Bishop

Phone: 202-225-0453



Rep. John R. Curtis

Phone: 202-225-7751



Rep. Chris Stewart

Phone: 202-225-9730



Rep. Mia Love

Phone: 202-225-3011




Sen. Patrick J. Leahy

Phone: 202-224-4242



Sen. Bernard Sanders

Phone: 202-224-5141



Rep. Peter Welch

Phone: 202-225-4115




Sen. Tim Kaine

Phone: 202-224-4024



Sen. Mark R. Warner

Phone: 202-224-2023



Rep. Robert J. Wittman

Phone: 202-225-4261



Rep. Scott Taylor

Phone: 202-225-4215



Rep. Robert C. Scott

Phone: 202-225-8351



Rep. Donald A. McEachin

Phone: 202-225-6365



Rep. Thomas Garrett

Phone: 202-225-4711



Rep. Bob Goodlatte

Phone: 202-225-5431



Rep. Dave Brat

Phone: 202-225-2815



Rep. Don Beyer

Phone: 202-225-4376



Rep. Morgan Griffith

Phone: 202-225-3861



Rep. Barbara Comstock

Phone: 202-225-5136



Rep. Gerald E. “Gerry” Connolly

Phone: 202-225-1492




Sen. Maria Cantwell

Phone: 202-224-3441



Sen. Patty Murray

Phone: 202-224-2621



Rep. Suzan DelBene

Phone: 202-225-6311



Rep. Rick Larsen

Phone: 202-225-2605



Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler

Phone: 202-225-3536



Rep. Dan Newhouse

Phone: 202-225-5816



Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Phone: 202-225-2006



Rep. Derek Kilmer

Phone: 202-225-5916



Rep. Pramila Jayapal

Phone: 202-225-3106



Rep. David G. Reichert

Phone: 202-225-7761



Rep. Adam Smith

Phone: 202-225-8901



Rep. Denny Heck

Phone: 202-225-9740




Sen. Shelley Moore Capito

Phone: 202-224-6472



Sen. Joe Manchin III

Phone: 202-224-3954



Rep. David McKinley

Phone: 202-225-4172



Rep. Alex Mooney

Phone: 202-225-2711



Rep. Evan Jenkins

Phone: 202-225-3452




Sen. Tammy Baldwin

Phone: 202-224-5653



Sen. Ron Johnson

Phone: 202-224-5323



Rep. Paul D. Ryan

Phone: 202-225-3031



Rep. Mark Pocan

Phone: 202-225-2906



Rep. Ron Kind

Phone: 202-225-5506



Rep. Gwen Moore

Phone: 202-225-4572



Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner

Phone: 202-225-5101



Rep. Glenn Grothman

Phone: 202-225-2476



Rep. Sean P. Duffy

Phone: 202-225-3365



Rep. Mike Gallagher

Phone: 202-225-5665




Sen. John Barrasso

Phone: 202-224-6441



Sen. Michael B. Enzi

Phone: 202-224-3424



Rep. Liz Cheney

Phone: 202-225-2311



Fashion Deals Update:

Chrissy Teigen Says She’s ‘Over’ Being Pregnant: I ‘Wanna Hold My Boy’

Chrissy Teigen is beyond ready to meet her baby boy.

The 32-year-old model is currently expecting her second child with husband John Legend, but she’s just about had it with the whole pregnancy thing.

“Happy pregnant Chrissy is gone. meet OVER IT Chrissy,” she tweeted on Wednesday night. “Wanna hold my boy let’s do thisssssss.”

A fan commented that it seems as though Teigen has been pregnant for “three years,” and the cookbook author couldn’t agree more. “It feels worse for me because with IVF you know *so* early,” she shared. “I mean I knew I was pregnant at 11 days in. Crazy.”

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Since revealing in November that a sibling for Luna Simone was on his way — hilariously captioning the announcement video, “It’s John’s!” — Teigen has been keeping busy, from tweeting about the Met Gala to celebrating Luna’s second birthday.

Last month, Teigen and Legend prepared for their new addition with a star-studded baby shower. Attendees included couples Kim Kardashian West and Kanye WestBrooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick and Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita.

RELATED: Chrissy Teigen Celebrates Baby Shower with Kim Kardashian & Kris Jenner — and 5 Legend-Themed Cakes

“Opening gifts in front of people makes me want to die. Receiving gifts makes me very uncomfortable because I feel blessed to the max already and I really hate writing thank you cards with my poor penmanship,” Teigen wrote on Instagram.

Continuing, she said, “But people I love trick me with dinner invites and they happen. Thank you to all friends on both coasts, for knowing me exactly. A mellow night of dinner. Cake. And love. That is all I could ever want for a perfect night. ❤❤❤.”

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But is Luna okay with sharing the spotlight as the current star of her mama’s social media presence?

“I don’t think Luna has a concept of exactly what it means to have a little sibling yet,” Legend recently told PEOPLE of their eldest child becoming a sibling. “She’ll figure it out sooner or later, and she’ll probably have some moments where she regrets it! But we’re excited.”

Fashion Deals Update:

British Toddler at Center of Legal Battle Dies After Being Taken Off Life Support: ‘Heartbroken’

Alfie Evans, the 23-month-old terminally ill British boy at the center of a headline-making legal battle, has died just five days after he was taken off life support, his parents announced.

“Our baby boy grew his wings tonight at 2:30 am,” wrote his mother Kate James, 20, on Facebook early Saturday. “We are heartbroken. Thank you everyone for all your support 💙

His father, 21-year-old Thomas Evans, also wrote on Facebook, “My gladiator lay down his shield and gained his wings at 02:30 😥😢😥😢😥 absolutely heartbroken💔😭 I LOVE YOU MY GUY💙💙💙👨‍👦👨‍👦.”

Alfie initially survived in the days after medical staff at Liverpool’s Alder Hey Children’s Hospital cut off his life assistance, Evans said. Alfie continued to live despite being in a “semi-vegetative state” as a result of a mystery degenerative neurological condition, surprising doctors who said further attempts to treat the boy would be futile, according to the BBC. Alfie initially survived on his own for six hours on Monday before doctors provided the child with oxygen and hydration.

“We wish to express our heartfelt sympathy and condolences to Alfie’s family at this extremely distressing time,” Alder Hey Children’s Hospital said in a statement. “All of us feel deeply for Alfie, Kate, Tom and his whole family and our thoughts are with them. This has been a devastating journey for them and we would ask that their privacy and the privacy of staff at Alder Hey is respected.”

RELATED: What to Know About Alfie Evans, the British Toddler Taken Off Life Support After Legal Battle

The hospital also announced a makeshift memorial for the boy.

“We feel sure people will wish to place tributes to Alfie along with messages of support for Kate and Tom,” Alder Hey Hospital said. “To ensure there is sufficient space for these and to ensure the safety of all those who wish to visit, we have secured a suitable place in Springfield Park situated next to Alder Hey Hospital. This is on the advice of Merseyside Police.”

Evans and James have been in a lengthy battle to keep the ailing toddler on life support. Alfie has been at the hospital since December 2016.

However, a series of court rulings sided with doctors who said there was no hope for the boy, according to the Washington Post. The BBC reported that doctors argued that keeping Alfie on a ventilator would be “futile,” “unkind and inhumane.” Most recently, the European Court of Human Rights rejected the parents’ request to keep doctors at the Liverpool hospital from taking Alfie off of the assistance.

“I faught (sic) hard in court for my son because I know what’s right!!” the grieving father wrote in a Facebook post after the court’s decision. “And look where we are now my son is still ALIVE AFTER OVER 10 horrendous scary heartbreaking hours.”

The human rights court’s decision upheld that of Britain’s Supreme Court, in which justices said it would be pointless to take Alfie to Rome for treatment.

Still, the head of the Vatican’s Bambino Gesu Pediatric Hospital said the Italian defense ministry had a plane ready and waiting to take Alfie to Italy for treatment if the additional Tuesday hearing grants the family’s appeal, according to the Associated Press.

On Monday, Pope Francis even voiced his support for Alfie.

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“Moved by the prayers and immense solidarity shown little Alfie Evans, I renew my appeal that the suffering of his parents may be heard and that their desire to seek new forms of treatment may be granted,” the Pope tweeted.

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In a fundraiser for Alfie, the family wrote that he was born “healthy and on time” in May 2016. However, the parents soon noticed Alfie was not accomplishing common milestones like lifting his head, maintaining eye contact and eating with his hands, according to the Just Giving fundraising page. Doctors initially believed the boy was simply a “late developer,” but became concerned when he began experiencing spasms and developed an infection.

The situation is similar to that of another London couple, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, whose son, Charlie, died in July after a lengthy court battle to treat the terminally ill 11-month-old baby. Earlier this year, Takesha Thomas and Lanre Haastrup lost their son, Isaiah, after a judge ruled that doctors could stop providing intensive care treatment to the boy who suffered brain damage.

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Map Selection Finally Being Added to PUBG

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds players will finally be able to choose which map they want to play in a future update.

The fan-requested feature was revealed to be in development on PUBG’s Steam Community page.

Players will be able to select and deselect maps according to their preference in the pre-game lobby.

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Meghan Markle’s Favorite Ring Before She Got That Ring Is Being Rereleased — and PEOPLE Readers Can Get It First

Meghan Markle‘s go-to bling — that is, before Prince Harry gave her that gorgeous diamond engagement ring featuring a stone from Botswana and two others from Princess Diana’s personal collection — is back.

Back before she was dating Harry, when she was still an actress slash activist with an active Instagram account, Meghan was frequently spotted wearing BaubleBar’s Peacemaker Ring, a gorgeous gold style featuring a leaf-like detail that wraps around two fingers, with a longer vine extending down the center. The branches of the vine also feature small crystals and is “inspired by nature,” according to the company’s website.

The ring has been sold out for a while — until now. For those of you who have been wanting to get your hands on Meghan’s statement-making piece, you’re in luck: On March 1, BaubleBar is releasing the style again in honor of their soon-to-be royal fan — and PEOPLE readers have exclusive access to purchase the ring right now. Even better news? With a price tag of $ 42, this ring will give you the style of a royal on a commoner’s budget.

But if you want to rock this Meghan favorite piece yourself, you’d better hurry: It sold out once, and now that it’s got the royal seal of approval, it’ll undoubtedly sell out again.

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Matt Hardy on Being ‘Woken’ in WWE: “Patience is Key”

On Tuesday, January 16th, WWE 2K18’s Enduring Icons DLC drops and fans will be able to add Matt and Jeff Hardy, along with WWE Hall of Famers Beth Phoenix and The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express, to their game rosters.

I spoke with Matt Hardy, who’s currently in the midst of a fantastical feud with Bray Wyatt, about appearing in his first WWE game in a long while, finally bringing his “Broken/Woken” persona to Monday Night RAW, and whether or not his current story could lead to a Final Deletion-style match in WWE.

IGN: It’s been a long time since you’ve been in a WWE video game. What’s it like for you to be a part of 2K18’s Enduring Icons DLC?

Matt Hardy: Very exciting. Absolutely riveting. I’m looking forward to seeing it and I’m absolutely ecstatic to be in a 2K game again after seven years. Myself and my brother to be once again involved in a WWE video game is very special.

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College Football Reporter Vanishes After Telling Friend She Was Being Followed

Update: Houston police posted a statement on Twitter saying that Courtney Roland was found in the Galleria area and “appears unharmed.” 

According to the statement, she will be taken to an area hospital for an evaluation. Authorities are not releasing the location where she was found.

A college football reporter has been reported missing after she texted her roommate that a suspicious man had been following her, according to authorities.

Courtney Roland, 29, was last seen at 4 p.m. local time on Saturday afternoon after covering a Texas A&M football camp in Houston, Texas. Later that evening, she apparently went out in her Jeep Cherokee. At 12:30 A.M. early Sunday morning, she texted a roommate saying that she had been followed by a suspicious man in a blue truck, the Houston Police Department told PEOPLE.

According to her texts, the man followed her all the way home, but allegedly drove off when she got out.

Roland’s roommate told local outlet Click 2 Houston that she and Roland were supposed to meet up on Sunday, but that she never heard from Roland again.

Police found Roland’s Jeep late Sunday. Her phone, purse, iPad, computer and credit cards were also found.

Roland’s mother told Click 2 Houston that she received a text from Roland’s phone saying, “Hello the owner of this phone Courtney. I am buying an iPad.”

Houston Police confirmed to PEOPLE that they are continuing to investigate the case, and will release more information as it emerges.

Roland was last seen wearing an orange Remington hat and a camouflage fleece sweater. She drives a 2015 white Jeep Cherokee with the license plate number HZC7778.

Anyone with information on Roland’s whereabouts is urged to call Houston Police Department’s Missing Persons hotline at 832-394-1840.

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Gildo Zegna on the Growth of Asia, Being CEO

NEW DELHI — This has been another milestone year for Gildo Zegna, since he is marking two decades as Ermenegildo Zegna’s chief executive officer.
In addition, 2017 represents 10 years since the Italian men’s wear brand entered the Indian market, which Zegna described on a visit here as of “key strategic importance” while surveying the country’s changing retail landscape and speaking to students at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, about the challenges of a family-owned business.
The ceo has begun to institute a new brand strategy over the last year; changed design direction under creative director Alessandro Sartori, who joined in June 2016; is excited about innovations like tech-merino and pelle tesuto, and has a continued focus on bringing in Millennials to the brand.
This year, close to 50 percent of the Zegna group’s turnover will come from the Asian market.
In an exclusive interview with WWD, Zegna talked about the allure of Asian markets while adding both prophecy and insight to his 20 years at the helm.
WWD: This year you mark 20 years as a chief executive officer of the Ermenegildo Zegna Group. Do you feel invigorated by the milestone? Or burnt out?
Gildo Zegna: I have lasted long. Usually a chief executive officer lasts

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Political Analyst Joan Walsh Moves to CNN After Being Dropped by MSNBC

An uproar on social media helped political analyst Joan Walsh land at CNN just a day after she was dropped as a contributor by MSNBC. Walsh, national affairs correspondent for the Nation and a former editor in chief of Salon, had been a regular on MSNBC for 12 years, six of them under contract as […]



3 More Xbox 360 Games Being Enhanced for Xbox One X

Three additional backwards compatible Xbox 360 games — Gears of War 3, Skate 3, and Mirror’s Edge — are being enhanced for Xbox One X.

As noted by Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb on Twitter, this brings the total number of Xbox One X enhanced Xbox 360 games up to seven. Halo 3, Fallout 3, Assassin’s Creed, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion previously received Xbox One X-specific updates.

Xbox One X is officially available as of today, November 7. Be sure to tune in to IGN’s launch day livestream as we showcase Gears of War 4, Forza 7, Assassin’s Creed Origins, Call of Duty WW2, and more on the One X.

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Dolly Parton’s New Children’s Album Will Benefit Her Non-Profit: ‘People Relate to Me’ Being Like ‘Mother Goose’


Dolly Parton is using her self-proclaimed fairy-tale face (and voice) for a great cause.

The famed singer and actress is set to release her first children’s album, I Believe In You, whose profits will go right back into her non-profit organization Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

“That fact that I love kids and people relate to me looking like a Mother Goose or Cinderella — you know, one of those over-exaggerated cartoon characters — it gets children’s attention, and it keeps me young,” Parton, 71, tells PEOPLE ahead of the album’s release.

“We talk about responsibility, we talk about bullying,” she adds of the album’s themes. “We talk about giving, we talk about friendship, loyalty and all those wonderful little things, and we do it in a fun way. The songs are very uplifting, very singable. Hopefully, people are gonna get a kick out of this, and the kids are gonna love it.”

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The 9 to 5 legend launched the Imagination Library in 1995. Over the past 22 years, the organization has provided almost 100 million books to children in an effort to encourage a love of reading. And the story behind her inspiration is a tearjerker.

“I started it in honor of my dad,” Parton explains. “My dad was not able to read and write — he was a country boy with a bunch of kids, and he had to work instead of going to school when he was a little boy, and so he never had the chance to get an education.”

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“And it seemed to really bother him a lot and I thought, ‘Well, what can I do for my precious dad?’ ‘Cause he was the greatest daddy in the world and one of the smartest people I’d ever known,” she adds. “So I said, ‘Dad, why don’t we put together a little program where we give children books from the time they’re born, once a month, until they start school?’ ”

“That way, they can learn to read, love books. If you can read, you can kinda self-educate,” Parton adds. “Now we’re all over the world. We’ve given away almost 100 million books, and all the money from this project goes into the Imagination Library to put more books in the hands of more children.”

I Believe In You is available now.

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Kourtney Kardashian Slams Scott Disick for Being “Photographed With a Different Hooker Every Day”

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Olivia Newton-John on Being a Cancer ‘Thriver’ and Using Weed to Cope with Her Relapse: It’s a ‘Healing Plant’

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When Olivia Newton-John began to have trouble walking, she never imagined that it was due to a cancer relapse.

The 68-year-old actress told Today that she initially thought her pain was due to sciatica. However, she soon learned she had breast cancer that had metastasized to the sacrum.

“I guess it was a little surprising,” she told Natalie Morales in an interview that aired Thursday morning. “I never would have associated it because in my mind, it was over. I had finished with it.”

However, Newton-John is not letting her diagnosis get her down. Although she admits to having dark moments, she chooses to be positive and look forward with a “glass half full” attitude.

“I don’t read into prognosis and statistics because I think that can really be depressing,” she said. “I’m not going to be one of those statistics, I’m going to be fine.”

The Grease star added, “I will probably deal with this in my life as an ongoing thing. I think you can live with cancer the way you live with other things if you take care of yourself.”

In addition to traditional medical treatments such as chemotherapy, Newton-John credits beating cancer the first time to her overall wellness plan. The cancer treatment center in Melbourne, Australia, which bears her name now offers patients holistic treatments including yoga, massages, art and music therapy to aid in their recovery.

The actress also shared that she’s been treating the pain with medical marijuana her husband John Easterling grows.

“People have this vision from the ’60s of people just sitting around and getting stoned,” she said. “I think that it’s not about that. This plant is a healing plant. I think we need to change the vision of what it is because it helped me greatly and it helps with pain and inflammation.”

RELATED VIDEO: How Olivia Newton-John Is Staying Strong After Metastatic Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Newton-John, who said her cancer battle has taught her that she’s stronger than she knew, calls herself a cancer “thriver.”

“Survivor sounds like someone clinging onto a lifeboat to me,” she said. “A thriver is someone who’s already off the boat and on land.”

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Watching Sunglasses Being Made Is as Cool as the Sunglasses Themselves

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The ‘Rules’ of Being a Man Are Bullshit

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Luann de Lesseps Defends Tom D’Agostino on The Real Housewives of New York City Reunion: “We Just Love Being Together”

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Mel B Opens Up on Being a Single Mom Again After Nasty Split from Stephen Belafonte

Melanie “Mel B” Brown says she’s adjusting to life as a single mom again, nearly six months after the nasty split from husband Stephen Belafonte

“My kids are great. 18, 10 and 5,” the America’s Got Talent judge told reporters after a taping of the show. “They’re all doing amazing and they’re all lovely.”

“I just make them all listen to me,” she said. “And they don’t always do.”

Brown added, “I was a single parent for a long time with Phoenix, so I kind of learned that way, and moms always know best.”

Phoenix, 18, is Brown’s daughter from her first marriage, to dancer Jimmy Gulzar. Brown and Gulzar split about a year after Phoenix was born.

The 42-year-old singer admits that there is no one rule when it comes to parenting as a single mom.

“There’s no advice that I could give. Every mother, every parent is different,” she said. “The number one rule is you show your kid lots of love and respect, and you treat your kid how you want them to treat other people.”

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Brown filed for divorce from Belafonte in March after 10 years of marriage. In explosive court documents, she accused Belafonte – the father of Brown’s youngest child, Madison – of abuse. Belafonte denied the allegations and was awarded $ 40,000 a month in spousal support by a judge last month.

Brown also joked that she’s “so happy to be single right now” after a group of hunky a capella singers from the Air Force Academy finished their rendition of “Some Nights” on Monday night’s quarterfinal episode of America’s Got Talent.

When she’s not parenting, Brown likes to meditate and work on the art of Reiki, a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation.

“I do a lot of Reiki,” she said. “I listen to a lot of guided meditation, chakras and all that kind of stuff.”

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Chris Paul on Five Four Collection and Being a Free Agent

NEW YORK – Chris Paul didn’t seem stressed about being a free agent.
The NBA player, who is currently between teams, was in good spirits on Tuesday night while celebrating the launch of his capsule collection with Five Four, a men’s wear subscription service, at Catch in the Meatpacking District.
“This is sort of my first time being a free agent, and I can see how it can become stressful and taxing and you feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders. But I’m so fortunate to have the family and support system that I have,” said Paul.
Although Paul has worked with the Jordan brand for the past 10 years, this is the first time he’s partnered with a fashion company. According to Paul, some of that had to do with his contract with the Nike-owned company, but a lot of it had to do with the relationships he built with Andres Izquieta and Dee Murthy, Five Four’s cofounders. Paul first met Izquieta and Murthy when he was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers and was intrigued by the Lob City sweatshirts that fans were wearing in the stands, which Five Four used to make.
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Bachelor in Paradise’s DeMario Jackson Talks Being Labeled a ”Rapist,” Defends Corinne Olympios Against ”Slut Shaming”

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The DC Universe Is Being Invaded By Evil Batmen

DC’s upcoming event comic Dark Nights: metal just got a lot bigger, as the company has revealed a series of seven one-shot specials tying into the core mini-series from writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capuulo. Each of these one-shots will star a twisted, evil version of Batman pulled from the “Dark Multiverse” introduced in Metal. And it appears each one is also patterned after one of the core members of the Justice League.

Check out the slideshow before for a look at Jason Fabok’s cover art for each issue and to learn which creative teams will be involved.

Additionally, DC has revealed that several ongoing Rebirth titles will tie into the events of Metal this September. Teen Titans #12 (written by Benjamin Percy and drawn by Mirka Andolfo), Nightwing #29 (written by Tim Seeley and drawn by Paul Pelletier) and Suicide Squad #26 (written by Rob Williams and drawn by Stepjan Sejic) will all participate in a crossover called “Gotham Resistance,” as these characters fight to defend Gotham from an army of villains driven mad by the influence of these seven evil Batmen.

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Sense8’s Jamie Clayton on Being Out, Season 2’s “Amazing Stunts” and Her Favorite Thing About Nomi

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Donald Trump Is Winning At Being The Butt Of Late-Night TV Jokes

The jokes are on President Donald Trump. Literally.

Trump is on course to become the most joked-about president on late-night television in at least the past 25 years, according to a new study.

The Center for Media and Public Affairs at George Mason University counted the number of opening monologue Trump-themed zingers delivered by Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Trevor Noah during Trump’s first 100 days in office.

It found they mocked Trump some 1,060 times. When combined with jokes about Trump’s family and administration, the figure soared to 1,530.

Donald Trump is head and shoulders above the competition as the politician late night comedians most love to hate,” the center’s director, S. Robert Lichter, said in a statement Thursday.

According to the tally, the 100-day joke total is already higher than the number of quips made about former presidents Barack Obama (936), George W. Bush (546) and Bill Clinton (440) during each of their first 12 months in office.

Trump is also “on track to easily eclipse” the record 1,717 jokes made about Clinton in 1998 amid the Monica Lewinsky scandal and his impeachment, said the center, which has been analyzing late-night TV joke data since 1992.

Colbert, whose “Late Show” ratings have spiked during Trump’s administration, told 337 jokes about Trump. Noah made 315, Fallon had 231, and Kimmel did 177.

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Caitlyn Jenner On Trump, Kendall’s Pepsi Ad, Her Beef With Ellen And Being Catcalled

Caitlyn Jenner is currently in the middle of a massive publicity tour for her new tell-air memoir, The Secrets Of My Life, which hit stores Tuesday.

After catching up with Diane Sawyer on Friday ― almost exactly two years after she came out as transgender on ABC’s “20/20” ― Jenner made stops at “Good Morning America,” Fox News and “Live With Kelly.” And on Tuesday she dropped by HuffPost for an in depth, nearly hour-long interview. 

The 67-year-old Olympian and reality TV star was in high spirits and opened up about a wide range of topics, from President Donald Trump to Kendall’s controversial Pepsi ad to her beef with Ellen DeGeneres, as well as her thoughts on womanhood and being catcalled.

On Trump and reconciling her identity as a Republican with her identity as a member of the transgender community:

“What I’d say to Donald Trump is, “Be true to yourself.” You said during the whole campaign — and actually I did talk to him during the campaign on the phone about transgender issues and the entire LGBT community — and he was nothing but in support. He was great on the phone and I complimented him… I thought we might be OK here. But it turned around for me when the whole Title IX thing went down…”

On Kim Kardashian being the first of her children she told about being trans and what Kim taught her about being a woman:

“Kim is so curious, so openminded. She goes, ‘What the hell is going on with you?’… Eventually, years down the line [after I initially came out to Kim], I decided, OK, I’m finally at a point in my life where my kids are all grown, it’s time for me, I have to live my life authentically, and I told Kim, I said, ‘I’m doing it,’ and her reaction was ‘Well then, girl, you’d better rock it! If you’re going to do this, you can’t go out and let the paparazzi get a picture of you just absolutely disheveled…’”

On Kendall Jenner’s controversial Pepsi ad:

“Honestly I felt very sorry for Kendall. It’s kind of like, sometimes, ‘welcome to the real world.’ We live in a very tough political environment, social environment. You have massive amounts of media looking for a story and obviously some people were looking at that commercial very differently than the way I was looking at it. I get that. And Kendall gets that too. She didn’t mean any malice. She goes, ‘I’m just a model that was hired for a job to go in there and do this…’”

On her feelings about Ellen DeGeneres, after claiming in her memoir that her appearance on the comedian’s show and DeGeneres’ subsequent actions “further alienated [her] from members of the LGBTQ community”:

“I don’t hold a grudge against nobody. Would I do the show again? Ehh… I don’t know. Maybe it’d be good to do the show just to get it out with Ellen. I’d rather do it in private over dinner. I really don’t want to do it publicly. I just was hurt by that — especially because that was at the beginning…”

On womanhood and being catcalled:

“Yesterday we were walking over to Tavern On The Green… and some guy — it was like the construction worker guy — starts yelling at me… he was yelling some rude remark that you’d say to some woman. And I just started laughing because I didn’t grow up like that, as a woman who got all of that stuff. It was just kind of funny. It happens all the time — that’s what women go through. Courtney, my hairstylist, was with me and she goes [dismissively waves] ‘yeah…’ She’s used to that. She’s had all that yelling at but I haven’t. So, yeah, there are a lot of things in life ― of womanhood ― that I did not experience… I’ll always consider myself a trans woman because I missed a lot of stuff. And trans women are good!”

Caitlyn Jenner’s memoir, The Secrets Of My Life, is now available.

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Ina Garten On Being Childfree: ‘It’s A Choice And That Was The Choice I Made’

Ina Garten’s life is a delicious one ― and as the “Barefoot Contessa” and cookbook queen, she never felt like she needed to have kids for it to be that way. 

In a visit with Katie Couric for Couric’s podcast on Thursday, Garten opened up about her decision not to have children with her husband Jeffrey. 

“We decided not to have children,” she told Couric. “I really appreciate that other people do, and we will always have friends that have children that we are close to, but it was a choice I made very early. I really felt ― I feel ― that I would have never been able to have the life I’ve had. So it’s a choice and that was the choice I made.”

Never change, Ina. 

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Trevor Noah Calls Out Ivanka Trump For Being A ‘Liar’

Trevor Noah does not forget. 

The “Daily Show” host called out Ivanka Trump for going back on her word, having claimed she would not take a job in her father’s White House, during his “Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That” segment on Thursday.

“Remember how Donald Trump and Ivanka promised they wouldn’t turn the White House into a mom-and-pop store? Yeah?” Noah asked. “No nepotism. Remember that? Well, clearly, they don’t.” 

On Wednesday, the White House announced that Ivanka would be taking an official unpaid role as an assistant to the president, despite insisting just months ago that she was only “going to be a daughter.”

Noah knew it was only a matter of time before President Trump brought daughter Ivanka on board, but for it to happen only two months in? 

“This guy has the patience of a toddler,” Noah said. 

Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Mahershala Ali, Amy Poehler and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31 on Facebook Live

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Tim Allen Compares Being A Conservative In Hollywood To Living In Nazi Germany

Tim Allen thinks being a conservative in Hollywood is like living in “’30s Germany.”

At least, he said as much during an interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on March 17. 

“You’ve gotta be real careful around here,” Allen told Kimmel after the host asked him about attending Donald Trump’s inauguration. “You get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody believes. This is like ‘30s Germany. I don’t know what happened. If you’re not part of the group, you know, ‘What we believe is right!’ I go, ‘Well I might have a problem with that.’ I’m a comedian, I like going on both sides.”

The former “Home Improvement” star’s comments are being met with outrage by New York’s Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, which has demanded the actor apologize. In a statement posted on Facebook on March 19, the organization wrote that Allen’s comments are a “deeply offensive characterization that trivialize the horrors imposed on Jews in Nazi Germany.”

“Tim, have you lost your mind?” Steven Goldstein, the center’s executive director said, per the statement. “No one in Hollywood today is subjecting you or anyone else to what the Nazis imposed on Jews in the 1930s — the world’s most evil program of dehumanization, imprisonment and mass brutality, implemented by an entire national government, as the prelude for the genocide of nearly an entire people.”

He continued, “Sorry, Tim, that’s just not the same as getting turned down for a movie role. It’s time for you to leave your bubble to apologize to the Jewish people and, to be sure, the other peoples also targeted by the Nazis.”

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Artist Paints Interracial Couples Just Being, Together

In the early 1990s, painter Kerry James Marshall created a series of paintings depicting black love ― a subject that, despite being glaringly simple, was largely absent from the annals of art history.

In one 1992 painting, “Slow Dance,” a black couple slow dances together in their living room as music notes swirl around them. Marshall immortalizes this romantic moment, exceptional in its ordinariness, magical because it’s mundane. With his paintbrush, Marshall sought to normalize the banal elements of black life that are nearly always overlooked by art, film, and cultural representation. The basic gesture of depicting black couples hanging out was something revolutionary. 

Artist Leslie Barlow had Marshall on the mind when she embarked on her most recent series “Loving” in 2015. The mixed media paintings depict interracial couples based around the Minnesota area, where Barlow lives and works. The series takes its name from the landmark Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia, which celebrated its 50th anniversary this year. 

Fifty years feels wildly short when considering this is how long interracial marriage has been legal in the United States. And still, prejudice regarding interracial couples endured long past the Loving ruling. “I think a lot of people forget that there is this history of discrimination, and it didn’t just disappear when the Supreme Court banned anti-discrimination laws,” Barlow told The Huffington Post. “I wish that was the case, but racism is totally alive and well in this country.”

This inequity is painfully clear, for example, in the history of art, where oil paint has been used to tell certain kids of stories about certain kinds of people for centuries, leaving whole populations unrepresented and seemingly overlooked. “My work is about having agency over the representation of my story and stories like mine,” Barlow said. “It’s a sharing of experiences we don’t often see.” 

Barlow, who is mixed race, began making work that grappled with themes of race and identity while in graduate school. Her earlier work mainly depicted members of her immediate family, but with “Loving,” Barlow hoped to create equally personal works for a larger community.

In particular, she was interested in the local Minneapolis–Saint Paul population, which still lags behind most other U.S. states in terms of race and representation. “The lack of diversity in Minnesota did have an impact on my racial development and ideas of what was ‘normal,’” Barlow said. She resolved to illustrate interracial couples, still largely erased from the cultural archives, hoping the intimate depictions could steer viewers away from binary methods of thinking about race that operate primarily in terms of black and white. 

For the series, Barlow selected couples and families in the local vicinity, most of whom she knew through personal connections. “I wanted the paintings to meet these families where they are,” she said. She began by photographing her subjects in a space they felt comfortable ― whether at home or roaming the neighborhood. She then rendered the photographic images onto un-stretched canvasses or wooden panels, starting with acrylic underpainting and adding layers of oil paint and pastel. 

Barlow also experimented with sewing and collaging fabric onto the works, subtly alluding to the traditions of quilting and tapestry. “The quilt is a coming together of these disparate materials to make something beautiful, whole, uniquely its own thing,” she said. “It ends up being a metaphor for these people coming together to become one family. Quilts also bring up these ideas of domesticity and family, the warmth of that.”

Although the Loving case is the impetus for the series, the paintings themselves depict couples and families ― hanging out, cuddling, drinking a glass of wine ― just being, together. “I want each painting to be unique, but to also have this thing in common of feeling normal,” she said.The artist communicated with all of her subjects beforehand to agree on an environment and activity that represented their daily lives. “The paintings felt mundane in the best of ways. That’s what I want, to normalize these images.” 

Although race and identity have long been ideas central to Barlow’s artistic project, they are especially necessary right now, when racist and anti-immigrant rhetoric are becoming commonplace under President Trump’s administration. “I don’t shy away from my art being political,” Barlow said. “I do believe in the power of images and social change. I think, as an artist, it’s my duty to reflect the world and what’s going on within it. I feel it’s important I continue to push that.”

Leslie Barlow’s “Loving” is on view until March 25, 2017 at Public Functionary in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

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‘A Venerable Human Being’: Celebrities Pay Heartfelt Tribute To John Hurt

Celebrity fans and friends have paid tribute to actor John Hurt, who died at the age of 77 on Friday.

Jamie Lee Curtis, Kiefer Sutherland, Sharon Stone, Elijah Wood and J.K. Rowling, among many others, posted heartfelt messages on Twitter in honor of the British star, who is perhaps best known for his roles in “The Elephant Man,” “1984” and “Midnight Express.”

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14 Truths About Being An Asexual Person

What’s it like to be asexual in a world as sex obsessed as ours? It might help to understand what it means to be asexual first. 

Unlike celibacy ― where people give up sex as a choice ―asexuality is a sexual orientation, according to the Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN). Asexual people have the same emotional needs as anyone and are just as capable of being in intimate relationships as other people ― they’re just not interested in sex. And being asexual categorically does not mean you’re lonely.

Below, men and women on the secret-sharing app Whisper talk about what it’s like to be asexual. 

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Tired of Being Tired? How to Re-Energize and Be Happy

You’re tired. You’re exhausted from the moment you get up in the morning. It feels like you’ve been plowing the field with a fork. You’re working too hard and not getting enough done. This can get a person down, especially during this busy season. Fatigue can trigger sadness and vice versa.

There’s hope! Short of a serious medical issue, there are several reasons for being tired that can be remedied with just a bit of effort. I’ll list them below and then offer seven simple solutions to help you get more energy and a positive outlook; a rejuvenated way to greet the New Year.

Anxiety, depression, fear, grief from loss, stress and the feeling of lack control are all factors that may create a bio-chemical reaction (cortisol and other stress hormones) that if unregulated may wear a person down. With a new year you may be reflecting on the past year and come up with self-criticism and regret. Or you may be anxious about the future, your finances and/or your loved ones. Below are some suggestions on how to release some of the emotional weight so that you are not feeling so exhausted from carrying them.

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  • Not enough sleep – Adequate sleep is needed to replenish our body and internal systems so that we are refreshed able to think and feel energized to deal with the day. Try to get at least seven hours of sleep and go to bed at about the same time each day.
  • Too much caffeine – feeling tired may trigger you to drink more caffeine and that becomes a cycle where the caffeine keeps you from getting quality sleep which promotes the desire to ingest more caffeine the next day and so forth.
  • Too much alcohol – taxes the body’s filtering systems, liver, kidneys and also changes the way one thinks and acts, all of which can be tiring.
  • Excessive junk food – empty calories makes the body crave for nutrients and also hinders the body’s absorption of the very nutrients that can replenish the body.

How to Re-Energize

  1. One of the most effective ways to feel less tired is to do something new, break out of your routine. Take a class, research a topic you’re interested in, ask for a new work project and/or develop a fresh hobby. Even small changes like walking up the stairs instead of taking the elevator or trying new food/cuisine may help. When monotony or a worry pattern sets in, it oftentimes drains our enthusiasm for life, which results in a feeling of fatigue.
  2. Physical Exercise. The positive endorphins that are created and released in the body from exercise make us feel good and less tired. Endorphins blocks pain receptors and also produce the same positive feelings in the body like morphine. Start or increase your exercise program; do something that is a slight stretch from your current state depending on your current activity level.
  3. Go outside. Being in nature is very healing and it can improve one’s mood. You can combine exercise with being in nature by going for a walk in a park or some other kind of outdoor activity.
  4. Connect with others. Human beings are social animals and we thrive when we have positive social interactions, particularly physical touch. Sharing your concerns with a trusted person may also result in assistance and solutions. Have a meal with others, hike with a friend, make an appointment for a massage, or combine three things that will make you feel better: do an outdoor physical activity with others, your body and moods will thank you for that.
  5. Reassess your priorities. Review the total demands on your time. Perhaps you have very valid reasons for being tired. If you have too much on your plate, decide which ones you can eliminate, delegate or postpone. Just the very act of assessing your commitments may help you relieve some of the tension and stress that comes from having too much to do. Prioritize your tasks based on what is important for you and let go of the ones that are just busy work.
  6. 6. Ask for help. Seek professional and/or spiritual guidance from qualified people if you have an emotional matter that you feel stymied by. Request for assistance to help you get some of your tasks done. If the work is needed, there will be others who can help get it done. Position your appeal as something that is for the common good.
  7. Ask for help from a spiritual source. The power of healing and rejuvenation that may come from a spiritual level has been well documented.

As you move into the New Year, know that you can choose different ways to improve your health and wellbeing. Just by acknowledging the possibility that you can be less tired, you have already started your journey. Here’s to your health, vitality and happiness!

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Dallas Cowboys Fan Gets The Best Revenge After Being Dumped By Text

Four months after asking her to marry him, Brenna Clanton’s fiancé broke up with hervia text.

Unfortunately for the fiance, he missed out on an epic Christmas gift from Clanton: Two tickets to see the Dallas Cowboys’ home game against the Detroit Lions the day after Christmas.

Clanton, 30, took her best friend instead and brought a hilarious sign to spread the word about what happened. Here’s a pic posted by Alex McDaniel, an editor at the Oxford Eagle

“My fiance dumped me in a text message,” the Austin, Texas-based hairstylist wrote on the sign. “He should have waited until after Christmas. #nothingincommon” 

Unsurprisingly, the Internet (especially fellow Cowboys fans) loved Clanton’s “win some, lose some” attitude and her snazzy sign:

In an interview with the Dallas Morning News, Clanton explained why she brought the feather boa-lined sign. 

“I decided to have some fun with it, this was my little get-back to him,” she said. “I thought this might show up on the jumbotron or TV broadcast and I knew (my ex) would be watching the game.”

Moral of the story? Don’t break up with someone before Christmas, via text. Your ex may go viral.

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Brie Bella Tells Nikki Not to Talk to Daniel Bryan About Wrestling Amidst Depression Battle: ”You’re Being Overprotective!”

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Donald Trump Suits, Shirts and Ties, Being Sold at Deep Discounts Online

Get it before it’s gone. With the licenses for the apparel offerings of President-elect Donald Trump no longer active, there aren’t too many goods left in the market.
On the Trump Organization web site Wednesday, the Donald J. Trump Collection suits, dress shirts and neckwear are prominently displayed, along with an assortment of small leather goods, accessories and eyewear.
Clicking on the apparel tabs brings a potential customer to Amazon, where a two-piece windowpane suit is $ 156.74 and a two-button flat-front wool model is $ 114.99. Neckwear — including an extralong model — ranges from $ 59.50 to $ 85 while a Tattersall dress shirt is $ 26.26 and cufflinks are $ 29.95 to $ 40. All of the merchandise is being sold at a sharp discount.
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