The comedienne ranted to TMZ earlier that Palestinians who died as a result of Israeli airstrikes "deserve to be dead"
Comedienne's rant also included jabs at BBC, CNN and Selena Gomez
The talk show host did the walking out on his guest this time around
"She did not seem to understand we were talking about a comedy book and not the transcripts from the Nuremburg Trial," the comedienne says of...
The E! "Fashion Police" host walks out on interview after becoming irritated with weekend anchor Fredricka Whitfield's line of questioning
Rivers says the news came "out of nowhere"
The shock comic excoriates the "Girls" star again in her new book, "Diary of a Mad Diva"
The on-air personality will continue as anchor and managing editor of E! News
WWE and NBCU will remains tag-team partners
At retirement party, Walters declines to say goodbye
E! Fashion Police host's comments during "Today" show appearance outraged victims held captive by Ariel Castro for a decade
After a 26-year ban, the comedienne was ready to go with plenty of ethnic and vagina jokes!
The E! doyenne wrote a column in the Huffington Post criticizing the publication for how she was referenced in Carter's Jimmy Fallon story
The Joan Rivers show's writing team, which has been out since April, votes to be represented by the WGAW and settles its lawsuit
The new character should add some interesting expertise to the Lifetime series' second season
Joan Rivers is an equal-opportunity offender when it comes to sticking up for Alec Baldwin
The comedienne and "Fashion Police" host responded to the WGAE president's statements on Thursday
Writers Guild blasts the host, a WGAE member, for flipping after she earlier urged the network to negotiate immediately to avoid an expulsion hearing
Forbes' World's Richest Man Carlos Slim, Warren Beatty, Larry Flynt and Dr. Drew were among guests on the infield Friday night
The E! star says "The Hunger Games" actress is arrogant for making the statements
Larry Amoros fires back at the guild and says that he hasn't been an active member since 1998
The union also fines Larry Amoros $14,000 for working on show during strike by eight writers
The host agreed to urge E! to negotiate with Writers Guild, but the network hasn't changed its position
The host says she won't write for the show while the writers are out . The union had charged her with violating its bylaws and...
The E! Network host faces sanctions or expulsion if she's found to have performed union work during the walkout
For the first time since "Fashion Police" strike began, the host's reps are speaking to the union
Wisecrack over being charged with being a scab during writers' strike likely won't help at her hearing
Host faces possible expulsion if WGA determines she did the work of 9 striking writers
Renewal will bring 13 more episodes of mate-trading joy to your television
The WGA East said its council has voted to file internal charges over her role on show