Actress Kelly Carlson decided to take the matter of her personal safety into her own hands.
Country artists are struggling to articulate their feelings about the Confederate flag's history and symbolism amid heightened debate following the recent massacre at a South Carolina church.
Lynne Russell thanks the right to keep and bear arms for keeping her and her husband alive during an armed robbery on June 30th. The former CNN anchor and Chuck de Caro, formerly a CNN...
“I’m not a gun person,” she said. “I think we need gun control. We don’t have strict enough gun control laws.”
As soon as the Supreme Court's declared on Friday that same-sex couples have the right to marry anywhere in the U.S., celebrities took to Twitter to react to the historic ruling.
"Duck Dynasty" stars want Bobby Jindal for president.
Courtney Love Cobain was among those caught up in the airport tensions when French taxis went on a nationwide strike Thursday, according to a litany of tweets she sent Thursday afternoon.
After visiting a camp for Syrian refugees in southeastern Turkey on Saturday, actress Angelina Jolie said the world is living through an era of mass displacement.
Toby Keith says he's not sure how to prevent tragedies like Wednesday's church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, but doesn't think stricter gun laws would make a difference.