It doesn’t take much to be the CEO of the “fastest growing financial start-up in history,” at least according to Saturday Night Live.
Students at a private liberal arts school in Virginia found themselves in hot water this week after throwing a “USA vs. Mexico” themed party.
George Zimmerman is back into the media spotlight after his latest arrest, earning him the bunt of Saturday Night Live’s cold open this week.
In the opening sketch, Piers Morgan, played by Taran Killam, introduces himself as the “tiny little fool of news,” and interviews Zimmerman’s new girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe, played by Kate McKinnon. Scheibe didn’t hold back her obscure adoration for Zimmerman, who was charged with felony aggravated assault for allegedly pointing a shotgun at her earlier this week.
With 41 percent of pregnancies ending in abortions in New York City, it’s no wonder the place has been called the “abortion capital of America.” But for Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio, solidifying the city’s reputation for lax abortion regulations is top priority.
Apparently the United States can fight a world war in less time than it can put together a successful website.
The Texas Railroad Commission Chairman loves the Lone Star State so much that he says he has devoted much of his public sector career to preparing the state to secede from the union if necessary.
According to a leading environmentalist, Syria’s use of chemical weapons on its citizens is akin to American farmers using pesticides in food.