Tamron Hall

Influential journalist Tamron Hall showed love to the gays at the Annual Point Foundation Honors Gala Celebrating The Accomplishments Of LGBTQ Students at The Plaza Hotel on Monday, April 9, in New York City. Tamron hosted the event and handed out scholarships to deserving gay students.

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Greg Gianforte

The Democrats just lost another Congressional seat.

Republican Greg Gianforte easily won the special election in Montana despite body slamming a pesky reporter on the eve of the special election.

The incident was captured on audio by a Fox News reporter (click here to hear audio).

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Besties Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna got together for dinner at new Hollywood hotspot TAO on Wednesday. Chyna was probably there to pick up her child support check from Rob, who is lonelier than ever these days. Rob was a gentleman as he held the door open for Chyna. He was all smiles as he drove off from the restaurant.

Photos by AKM-GSI

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Remember when pictures of Nicole Murphy's cottage cheese thighs surfaced last month? Well, Nicole hired a personal trainer to whip her thighs into shape for the summer. The 49-year-old mother-of-5 was seen doing squats up a hill with her trainer in sunny California.

Photos by Splash News, AKM-GSI

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fake preotester

When protesters took to the streets of Chicago after Donald Trump was elected president, CNN found an outraged Hillary Clinton supporter who seemed almost too perfect.

The bad acting and exaggerated body language were the first clues that CNN was up to their old tricks.

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Don Lemon Sheriff Clarke

CNN anchor Don Lemon blinked during a tense exchange with Milwaukee Sheriff Dave Clarke on Sunday night.

Lemon attempted to extract a Kumbyaya moment from Clarke in the aftermath of a mass shooting that left three officers dead and three others wounded in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Sunday. But Clarke was seething with rage over CNN's rapturous coverage of left wing social justice activist group Black Lives Matter.

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Aretha Franklin

The Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin celebrated her 74th birthday at an intimate party at the Ritz Carlton in NYC last night. Franklin turned 74 on March 25th. Special invited guests included openly gay recording mogul Clive Davis, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, CNN's openly gay anchor Don Lemon, and MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall, among others. ReRe announced her long-delayed biopic is back in the works. “Good news, we’re ready to sign for the movie,” she told her guests. She told the well-heeled crowd that she is in negotiations with Straight Outta Compton producer Scott Bernstein. “We’ve agreed on all the key points. There's very little left now (to negotiate), very little. They have given me creative control and that’s all I wanted.” Franklin added she wanted biracial actress Halle Berry to play her, but Jennifer Hudson will likely get the nod, according to Page Six. Read more details about the party here.

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Daytime talk show Guru Wendy Williams discussed her friendship with presidential frontrunner Donald Trump in a recent appearance on CNN.

Williams told CNN anchor Don Lemon that if Trump wins the presidential election, it will be her first time ever visiting the White House.

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Robin Williams and daughter

One of the greatest actors the world has ever known is dead. Robin Williams reportedly took his own life on Monday, Aug. 11, at his California home. He was 63.

"Robin Williams passed away this morning," his media representative Mara Buxbaum told CNN.

His rep tells CNN the actor suffered from severe depression. The coroner's preliminary cause of death is "suicide due to asphyxia."

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Bill Cosby Talks to Don Lemon

Comedian and philanthropist Bill Cosby says there are some serious issues affecting black America and he knows how to solve them.

In an interview with CNN's Don Lemon, Cosby, 76, said black women are the majority head of households, and he wants to see more black men taking responsibility for their sons.

“I think it has to come from the universities,” he said. "I think, women, strongly because when you see 70 percent, in research, that says they are the leaders of the household, what we need is for people to realize I want to raise my kid. I want to go back and get my three kids. I want to take on that responsibility. I want to love my children.”

Cosby also criticized "no-gross" who don't provide solutions but are quick to blame him for focusing on the problems in the black community.

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Frank Ski and Don Lemon

Local restauranteur Frank Ski, left, tweeted his response to CNN anchor Don Lemon's oral dissertation on what's wrong with black men in America.

Lemon, 47, recently defended Bill O'Reilly's low opinions of black men, saying O'Reilly didn't "go far enough" in his depiction of black men as social outcasts.

Addressing black people directly, Lemon, who is openly gay, listed "5 Things To Improve Black America," beginning with "Pull up your pants."

In his letter to Don, titled "I'm just saying," Ski tweeted "It was extremely irresponsible for a person of your influence to point fingers and criticize without also listing the "Systemic Racisms" of America that brought us to this point."

Ski, 49, who owns Frank Ski's Restaurant and Lounge, left V-103 last year after 14 years at the helm of the station's top-rated Frank Ski Morning Show and Frank and Wanda Morning Show.

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