These celebs are digging deep and donating to @marchforourlives, the gun-control march organized by the survivors of the Florida high school massacre.
Conservative author and felon Dinesh D’Souza apologized for tweets he posted that mocked the teen survivors of last week’s school shooting in Florida.⠀
But many responders told him where to stick his apology, including Captain America.
Tiffany Haddish is making history left and right. 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾⠀
📷: Getty Images
We know who’s wearing the pants in these Olympics games. If you could win gold just for clothing, Norway’s curling team would be the one to beat. 🏅
In the wake of the latest school shooting tragedy, even some of the most unexpected people are supporting gun control measures.
Students at Coral Springs High School in Florida stand in a heart formation to commemorate the lives lost in the shooting last week at Stoneman Douglas High School. ❤️⠀
📷: Jarid Altmark/The Equestrian - Coral Springs High School
These moms had a hilarious convo with *their* moms about how breastfeeding has evolved. (sponsored by #BadMomLife)#spon
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel was quick to shut down National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch during a heated CNN-hosted town hall event last night.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was hammered for his commitment to the Second Amendment and the National Rifle Association during CNN’s town hall with the survivors and families of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School massacre.
If elected, Deb Haaland would be the first Native American woman to serve in Congress. 👏⠀
Photo: Deb Haaland Campaign
Peter Wang, who was killed in the Parkland school shooting while holding the door for students, was posthumously accepted to West Point Military Academy.