The New York Times reports that Leonard Nimoy, who was and always will be “Spock” of “Star Trek” fame, passed away at his California home Friday morning.
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Jimmy Fallon featured a hilarious “Hashtags” segment Thursday on “The Tonight Show.” The comedian spotlighted the best tweets with the hashtag #EmailFail.
Thanks to some mischievous editing from Jimmy Kimmel, these originally innocent TV clips will put your mind straight in the gutter.
Both Robbie and Fallon were tasked with chugging six cups of beer and flipping the cups. The first to do so won a sleeve of red Solo cups and two rolls of toilet paper.
THE HILL — The House will vote Friday on a bill funding the Department of Homeland Security for three weeks in an attempt to avert a shutdown slated for Saturday at the massive agency.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has his sights set on 2016, but he is not very optimistic about what will happen both at home and abroad in the mean time. Cruz laid out his predictions for the direction he believes President Obama is leading the country in during a round table event with reporters and bloggers […]
THE HILL — The House passed legislation on Wednesday to enhance college savings plans that initially would have been reduced in President Obama’s budget this year. Passage of the bill, 401-20, comes after the Obama administration backed off a proposal to eliminate tax breaks for the college savings accounts in its fiscal 2016 budget. Nineteen […]
Scott Walker is taking on the media, which has been all over him with “gotcha” questions in the last few weeks
THE WASHINGTON POST – The Federal Communications Commission approved strict new rules for Internet providers Thursday in a historic vote that represents the government’s most aggressive attempt to make sure the Web remains a level playing field.
As his days on the Daily Show wind down, Jon Stewart wants to make sure we are all aware how much he really, really hates Fox News.
Did you know rapper Ice T used to do voiceovers for popular cartoons? Well he didn’t, but he and Jimmy Fallon pretended so in a segment of “The Tonight Show” Wednesday.
Jimmy Fallon imagined Wednesday night what various celebrities were whispering to one another while walking the Oscars red carpet Sunday. His segment included “celebrity whispers” from Jared Leto, Anna Faris, Chris Pratt and Bradley Cooper, to name a few. He also took a break from the red carpet to examine Vice President Joe Biden and the words […]
Jimmy Kimmel hosted an epic game of “Generation Gap” between 92-year-old Katy and 15-year-old Jared—and it’s safe to say Katy killed it.
Jon Stewart featured a segment on “The Daily Show” Wednesday night about Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) and his red “Downton Abbey” office that has led to an investigation of his expenses.
Several senior citizens — with the help of singer Alex Boye — taped their own “oldtown” cover of “Uptown Funk” and it’s straight-up funky.
THE HILL — A new day is dawning in Washington’s battle over the Internet.
NATIONAL JOURNAL — There’s a reason an increasing number of congressional Republicans say they’re willing to let the Department of Homeland Security shut down this weekend: Their constituents don’t care.
The Power Rangers grew up and broke everyone’s hearts yesterday (as awesome as the grueling experience was).
Now a Disney cartoon classic is here to put them back together.
Bill Maher is going for the jugular on Jeb Bush these days—first mocking his hypocrisy on marijuana, and now questioning whether he converted to Catholicism purely for political gain.
We’re sad to say that “Parks and Rec” has aired its finale episode, leaving a Pawnee-shaped hole in our hearts.