Viewership for the 90th annual Academy Awards was at an all-time low, and Ben Shapiro has a theory why.
Author Ann Coulter said the Oscars ceremony pushed aside the #MeToo movement in favor of politically charged speeches against President Trump and in favor of illegal immigration.
Let’s be honest: Sunday night was nothing more than a bunch of Hollywood liberals gathered in a fancy theater to dedicate yet another awards show to their self-obsession and blatant hypocrisy.
Michelle Malkin took on the hypocrisy of celebrities "lecturing" Americans on gun control while being protected by a "phalanx" of armed guards at the 90th Academy Awards.
"Saturday Night Live" alumnus and Salem Networks radio host Joe Piscopo said fellow comedian Jimmy Kimmel "has it in his power to bring the country together" on Oscars night.
President Ronald Reagan's former press secretary is leading a charge to posthumously award the actor an honorary Oscar.
Viewers tuning in for last night's 89th Academy Awards were likely expecting a healthy dose of Trump-bashing and the show did not disappoint.
It's the morning after the Oscars and all the talk is about everything but the winners.
The Academy Awards had a wild ending on Sunday night, as "La La Land" was announced as Best Picture winner, though "Moonlight" was the actual winner.
Hollywood celebrities are expected to voice their criticims of President Trump during the Oscars this weekend, but actor and singer Robert Davi thinks they should replace their words with actions.
Danny DeVito responded to the #OscarsSoWhite controversy by saying that the lack of minority nominees was an unfortunate example of how America is a "racist country."
In a must-see segment, Fox & Friends Weekends guests debated whether or not Chris Rock should join a boycott against the Oscars over the lack of minorities nominated in top categories.