Listen: Why Did Two Trans Influencers Have Their TikTok Accounts Deleted, When TikTok Says They Support Trans Creators?
“I do suspect that mass reporting has something to do with it. We’ve heard this from Black creators as well, that their accounts and videos have been deleted or they feel they’ve been shadow-banned. It seems like marginalized people tend to report this on TikTok.”
"It's just horrifying to me."
The activists who confronted Chelsea Clinton at the vigil for victims of the Christchurch massacre explain their actions.
The conservative website published leaked video of the former first daughter blowing smoke rings in private, sparking a massive outcry.
There is a new trend on Twitter — and public figures are getting destroyed.
Last year, in advance of a potential Clinton presidency, the Clinton Foundation announced massive changes to its size and scope. In the aftermath of her loss, the foundation is still figuring out its direction and facing some tough realities — as Clinton returns to help raise money.
Wrong, or so wrong it’s right?
Acting as first lady is a tough, public job that has always been considered women's work. If Bill Clinton becomes the United States' first man to take the position, he has a chance to change that — or not.
From glitzy transactions to noblesse oblige.
Bill Clinton has said he will step down from the Clinton Foundation if his wife becomes president to avoid the conflict of interest — but their daughter will stay on. “Everybody’s gonna take a hard look at what goes forward and what doesn’t,” Clinton told reporters Tuesday.
The foundation will do more than restricting donations if Hillary Clinton is elected president. Planning began in February to find outside organizations that can absorb much of the foundation’s work in order resolve potential conflicts of interest.
A classic pic of Britney Spears kicks off this week’s #ThrowbackThursday.
"The incompetence is mind numbing."
Because women reportedly earn, on average, 78 cents to a man's dollar, and 51% don't know they're supposed to negotiate a starting salary, a study found.
The former first daughter also said she doesn't always take her mother's baby advice.
Last year, in a rare joint interview, the three Clintons honored de la Renta — an otherwise infrequent glimpse into one of the family's closest friendships.
Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky, Bill and Hillary Clinton's first grandchild, was born on Friday, Sept. 26. "Marc and I are full of love, awe and gratitude," Chelsea tweets. In a statement on Saturday, the new grandparents add, “Chelsea is well and glowing. Marc is bursting with pride. Charlotte’s life is off to a good start.”
And charge their phones.
She says she gets "unapologetic pressure" from Bill and Hillary.
As Twitter heads for its public market debut, the company is facing criticism for not having any women on its board. Here are 12 female executives we think would make excellent directors.
Bill Clinton told doctors he would not be refused and haggled his way into the operating room just before Chelsea was born. "Father of the Year."
Clinton, an NBC News correspondent and supporter of LGBT equality, sat down with the pastor to challenge his position as a loving Christian who condemns same-sex marriage.
At a nonprofit panel discussion, Clinton keeps to the topic of childhood hunger. Clintonland sought to "not just have it be about Chelsea," a spokeswoman says.
Hillary and Bill have worked their way back into our hearts, and now it's Chelsea's turn. The only problem: she's "terrible" on television, as network executives privately admit.
Wherever she speaks, she's all anyone can talk about. And the case was no different in New York Wednesday evening.
At a panel, Clinton finds common ground with Fluke in the form of radio host Limbaugh.
The radio host offends often, but he doesn't apologize much. And when he does, as he did today — to women, African-Americans, a sick person — he doesn't exactly put his heart into it. But Sandra Fluke, whom he called a "slut," is in good company.