Jimmy Kimmel couldn’t resist doing an All-American edition of “Lie Witness News” ahead of the Fourth of July.
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THE OREGONIAN — The owners of a shuttered Gresham bakery must pay $135,000 in damages to a lesbian couple for refusing to make them a wedding cake, the state’s top labor official said Thursday.
The comedian honored the BBQ-centric holiday by spotlighting the most outrageous hot dog cooking gadgets advertised on cable television.
Not even a week after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nationwide, the first trailer for the film Jenny’s Wedding — which centers on a gay couple as they get engaged — has hit the Internet.
During his last episode of The Daily Show before a substantial break, Jon Stewart spent a solid nine minutes laughing at Donald Trump for all of the controversy he has caused with his comments about Mexicans.
#LoveWins, but so does Chik-fil-A. Chik-fil-A is the highest-ranked fast food chain in America, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index’s 2015 Restaurant Survey. With a score of 86/100, MarketWatch reports it’s also the most highly-ranked fast food ever recorded, since ACSI began taking the survey 20 years ago. It seems that, despite efforts to tie […]
Colbert interviewed Eminem on public-access TV, pretending not to know who he was. Eminem wasn’t pleased.
Stephen Colbert spent 40 minutes hosting a random Michigan public access TV show, and at one point interviewed Eminem while pretending to have no idea who he was. “Since my last show ended in December, I’ve been itching to host a talk show again,” Colbert said, “but my new theater’s not ready yet, so I […]
In which Jimmy Kimmel and actor Liev Schreiber neatly sum up celebrity PSAs: paid for by “celebrities who want you to know they really care about things.” And since at the end of the day, all PSAs are the same–the sad music, the vague comments about […]
If you’ve been on the internet at all this week, you’ve probably already seen pics of the winner of the “World’s Ugliest Dog” contest, Quasi Modo.
While visiting in Denver, Colorado this week, Rand Paul made history as the first major candidate to fundraise with the marijuana industry.
You know when your friends mysteriously don’t want to listen to your excruciatingly-detailed accounts of your last work trip/diet/feelings in general?
After Ted Cruz gave an interview at BuzzFeed HQ on Monday, BuzzFeed surprised him with a script to audition for The Simpsons now that Harry Shearer is retiring.
The trailer of a new documentary, I Am Chris Farley, was released on Monday with a star-studded cast of comedians who knew Farley best. Adam Sandler, Christina Applegate, Mike Meyers, David Spade, Molly Shannon, Bo Derek, Bob Saget, and Dan Aykroyd are just a few of the actors who make an appearance in the film. I Am Chris Farley […]
Sometimes, when you’re Ted Cruz, you end up awkwardly watching hardcore porn with Supreme Court justices
Chris Christie formally announces his presidential campaign, based on tough-talking ‘telling it like it is’
Chris Christie is now officially the fourteenth GOP candidate for president, publicly announcing his campaign at his old high school gym in Livingston, N.J. on Tuesday.
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s legalization of same-sex marriage nationwide, Christians are worried about being ostracized and treated as bigots for their beliefs. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito expressed this concern is in his dissent, writing, “I assume that those who cling to old beliefs will be able to whisper their thoughts in […]
Hillary Clinton may be celebrating the Supreme Court’s historic decision on same-sex marriage that came down Friday, but its worth it for Clinton supporters and critics alike to note that the former secretary of state once voiced her opposition to the legalization of gay marriage.
CNN — In a loss for the Obama administration, the Supreme Court ruled that the EPA unreasonably interpreted the Clean Air Act when it decided to set limits on the emissions of toxic pollutants from power plants without first considering the costs of the industry to do so.
After several days of silence, Rand Paul has finally responded to Friday’s Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide. In a Sunday TIME op-ed–titled Government Should Get Out of the Marriage Business Altogether–Paul said he disagrees with the Supreme Court ruling, but that America should instead privatize marriage, since “I believe that all Americans have the right […]
John Oliver celebrated the recent Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare by spotlighting people who have “prematurely” declared the end of the healthcare law in the last five years during Sunday’s episode of Last Week Tonight.