NEW YORK (AP) — Three years after being fired by NBC due to the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape, Billy Bush is hoping to use his experience in television's wilderness to his advantage in his new...
NEW YORK (AP) — Billy Bush said it was indeed Donald Trump's voice captured on a 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape talking about fame enabling him to grope and try to have sex with women.
"Of course he said it," the former "Access Hollywood" and "Today" show personality said in an op-ed published Sunday in The New York Times.
NEW YORK (AP) — A meeting about the fallout to Donald Trump's presidential campaign over the "Access Hollywood" tape was a litmus test that cost New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie a potential Cabinet post, according to former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.
Bannon, speaking in a "60 Minutes" interview that will air Sunday on CBS, said the "Billy Bush Saturday, to me, is a litmus test."
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A Maine gubernatorial candidate says the brother of former President George H.W. Bush hosted a fundraiser for her campaign for the 2018 Republican nomination.
The Portland Press Herald reports (http://bit.ly/2fKSY3L ) Jonathan Bush Sr. held the fundraiser for Mary Mayhew at his home on North Haven Island Tuesday.
NEW YORK (AP) — Former "Today" co-host Billy Bush says he's a better man and ready to get back into television seven months after being fired from his job at NBC following the release of a videotape in which he can be heard engaging in lewd talk with Donald Trump.
In an interview posted Sunday, Bush told The Hollywood Reporter the past months have "been a roller coaster" that included an apology to his three daughters.
U.S. presidential campaigns are never predictable, although the number of late-breaking, surprise developments in the 2016 campaign may set the mark.
A historical look at what politicos like to refer to as an "October Surprise" — an unpredictable development that roils the White House race days or weeks before people vote.
Predatory language, groping allegations, sexting and an FBI emails investigation have been the October Surprises that keep on giving.
NEW YORK (AP) — The fallout over Billy Bush's lewd conversation with Donald Trump has left NBC's "Today" show unexpectedly looking for help in its third hour and Bush pondering how to resurrect his career.
NEW YORK (AP) — Howard Stern doesn't plan to air old interviews with Donald Trump featuring the now Republican presidential candidate discussing his sexual exploits.
The talk show host said Monday on his SiriusXM show that he wouldn't dig into his archives to replay any of the about 50 interviews he's conducted with Trump over the years.
NEW YORK (AP) — NBC News on Monday fired "Today" show host Billy Bush, who was caught on tape in a vulgar conversation about women with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump before an "Access Hollywood" appearance.
Bush was suspended at the morning show two days after contents of the 2005 tape were reported on Oct. 7. Once it became clear he wouldn't be back, NBC and Bush's representatives had been negotiating terms of his exit.
NEW YORK (AP) — Melania Trump on Monday dismissed her husband's sexually aggressive language as "boy talk," insisting his remarks do not reflect "the man I know," and said she does not believe that he has assaulted any women.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — An attorney for Billy Bush is defending the TV personality's part in a lewd 2005 exchange with Donald Trump.
Marshall Grossman told The Hollywood Reporter that Bush would have been fired from his then-job with "Access Hollywood" if he'd been passive or told Trump to shut up.
Grossman noted Bush was a NBC Universal employee talking with NBC's "The Apprentice" star.
The attorney, who was quoted by the trade paper online Thursday, declined comment when reached by phone.
NEW YORK (AP) — Two scandals, two approaches. NBC News gave Brian Williams a second chance after he was caught lying about his role in stories, while Billy Bush apparently won't get the same opportunity following his profane conversation with Donald Trump.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Entertainment Tonight" host Nancy O'Dell says women shouldn't be objectified, even in the locker room.
On the entertainment news show Monday, O'Dell addressed crude, taped comments made about her by GOP presidential contender Donald Trump in 2005 and his response following their release last week.
NEW YORK (AP) — NBC on Sunday suspended "Today" show personality Billy Bush indefinitely after he was caught on a videotape from 2005 in a crude conversation about women with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
"Today" Executive Producer Noah Oppenheim said in a memo Sunday that "there is simply no excuse for Billy's language and behavior on that tape." Bush, who hosts the third hour of the "Today" show, has been suspended "pending further review of the matter," Oppenheim said.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nancy O'Dell of "Entertainment Tonight" is calling Donald Trump's 2005 taped lewd remarks about her sad and disappointing.
In a statement released by the show Saturday, O'Dell said no one should be the subject of such crass comments and that everyone deserves respect, whether or not cameras are rolling.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — First it was Ryan Lochte lying about being robbed in Rio, and now it's Donald Trump's startlingly lewd videotaped comments. For the second time in less than two months, TV personality Billy Bush is part of a major news story — but this time, he's coming under fire.
NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump blurted out lewd and sexually charged comments about women as he waited to make a cameo appearance on a soap opera in 2005, a revelation that led the Republican presidential nominee to issue a rare apology Friday, "if anyone was offended."
NEW YORK (AP) — The last time the "Today" show went to the summer Olympics, the break provided salve for its wounds. This year's Rio trip offers an opportunity.
The NBC morning show has found its footing after years in the wilderness, cutting into the advantage of ratings leader "Good Morning America" on ABC. Since viewers flock to the morning show of the Olympics rights holder, "Today"...