New Jersey boy band Bro4 will risk career ruin by cavorting on Donald Trump's White House lawn ... because they believe they can save the lives of some kids while they're there.
The Alam brothers -- Skyler, Levi, Madison and Casey -- are playing the White House Easter Egg Roll Monday, where 25,000 kids will scour the grounds for Easter eggs. They're doing the gig to support Melania Trump's anti-cyber-bullying campaign.
Madison was bullied a lot as a kid and the other brothers had to stick up for him. It even prompted them to write a track called, "Bruises."
The way the bros see it, if they can save one kid's life, it's worth ruining their reputation.
Donald Trump protesters and supporters have come to blows in Berkeley, California on Tax Day ... and the fight videos are completely nuts.
A group of anti-Trump protesters marching for Tax Day -- in an effort to get the president to release his taxes -- reportedly clashed at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Park with Trump supporters holding their own "Patriot's Day" rally.
The scene is insane -- countless demonstrators get into fights ... swinging helmets and skateboards as weapons and using homemade shields.
Law enforcement sources tell us multiple arrests have already been made ... and there will most definitely be more. Berkeley police reports several prohibited items were removed from the park.
Chelsea Clinton's smile says it all -- get yourself someone who looks at you the way her hubby does.
The former First Daughter couldn't hide her Colgate smile while getting lost in her husband Marc Mezvinsky's eyes ... as they took a stroll through the Lincoln Center for the YAGP Gala: Stars of Today Meet the Stars of Tomorrow ballet performance at the David Koch Theatre in NYC.
Gotta wonder ... what did Marc say or do to make her smile like that.
The Secret Service pulled the trigger on dumping 2 agents after investigating the guy who jumped over a White House fence, and roamed the grounds for nearly 20 minutes.
The fired agents were involved the in the March 10 incident ... where, as we reported, Jonathan Tran got close enough to jiggle a doorknob into the White House. The Secret Service says its investigation revealed Tran hopped a 5-foot high fence near the Treasury complex, and then hopped another 3-and-a-half foot high fence near the East Wing of the White House.
The investigation is ongoing, according to the Secret Service ... which says it's also added new posts for agents and enhanced technology to prevent a repeat.
Kane ain't the only famous person running for mayor in Knox County -- the WWE star's opponent has a serious Hollywood background ... and even played a key part in "Friday Night Lights."
Kane (real name Glenn Jacobs) is running against Bob Thomas -- who played the sports radio host Slammin' Sammy in the 'FNL' movie. He was the first and last person you hear in the flick and his voice was a key part in moving the story along.
He's also a real-life radio DJ who had a big show in Knoxville for 25 years.
But get this, his son, Jake Thomas, is also an accomplished actor -- he played Lizzie McGuire's brother, Matt McGuire, on the Disney show. Bob also had a cameo on the show and wrote a few episodes.
Bob was also Jake's voice coach on Steven Spielberg's movie, 'A.I.' -- and spent months working alongside the Hollywood legend.
Bob (like Jacobs, is a Republican) is currently a Knox County Commissioner -- and if you think he's gonna roll over for a WWE superstar, he says you're sorely mistaken.
In fact, Thomas is extremely confident about his chances when the election goes down next year.
Clear eyes, full hearts (and tons of votes) ... can't lose.
The guy who created Wall Street's "Charging Bull" says the neighboring "Fearless Girl" statue is screwing with his art, and he's demanding NYC pay him for his trouble.
Sculptor Arturo Di Modica is really pissed about the location of "Fearless Girl" and fired off a pretty threatening letter to Mayor Bill de Blasio. In the letter, obtained by TMZ, he says he was never consulted about the new art piece, despite the fact it's clearly capitalizing on its proximity to the 'Bull.'
He believes she was made out of bronze to make her seem like she's packaged with the 'Bull.' Arturo's not down with that because he says it now seems like his 'Bull' is attacking a child.
Furthermore, Arturo notes the people behind 'FG' know they're taking advantage of his art piece because their original promotion said where she was placed "made her impossible to ignore."
He wants her immediately moved and he wants the city to pay him an undetermined amount in damages. Arturo says he wants to settle this amicably, but we smell lawsuit.
As for Bill de Blasio -- he's making it clear he stands behind "Fearless Girl." And that's no bull.
The Daily Mail has formally apologized to Melania Trump for falsely claiming she once worked for an escort service, and it paid a lot of money to boot.
The First Lady settled her defamation lawsuit against the outlet ... reportedly for $2.9 million. She had sued for $150 million.
As part of the settlement, the Daily Mail had to publish a retraction, saying, "We accept that these allegations about Mrs. Trump are not true and we retract and withdraw them," adding, "We apologize to Mrs. Trump for any distress that our publication caused her."