The Daily Show sent one of their “correspondents” down to Florida to “investigate” Governor Rick Scott’s law banning doctors from asking their patients about gun ownership.
In one of the more ridiculous anti-pot arguments we’ve seen in a while, the DEA in Utah is super concerned that, if they legalize edibles for medical use, all the local bunnies will get stoned out of their minds and lose their natural instincts.
Jon Stewart spent a good deal of time Tuesday evening bashing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s controversial speech before Congress, saying sarcastically, “Even though Netanyahu was speaking only two weeks before the Israeli elections, he wasn’t there just to use our Congress as the most elaborate campaign commercial background ever.”
Jon Stewart was looking forward to the end of congressional gridlock now that Republicans control both houses.
John Oliver, who once spurred his followers to crash the FCC’s website demanding net neutrality, is positively gleeful over the news that the agency has approved rules to regulate the internet like a public utility.
Remember that time Joe Biden got close to Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter’s wife?
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gives pretty hilarious and biting interviews in real life — “not 100 percent sober” ringing any bells? — but Kate McKinnon’s version of the “Notorious RBG” on Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update” may just take the cake. From jokes about her morning exercise routine to her sexy dreams about […]
Thanks to some mischievous editing from Jimmy Kimmel, these originally innocent TV clips will put your mind straight in the gutter.
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.
Imagining an Amazon customer service call with Jay Carney on the line.
We’re sad to say that “Parks and Rec” has aired its finale episode, leaving a Pawnee-shaped hole in our hearts.
Bill O’Reilly, whom a Mother Jones report has accused of Brian-Williams-like war reporting exaggerations, has an unlikely defender: his long-time sparring partner, Jon Stewart.
Seth Meyers spent over two minutes of his Monday night show defending President Obama from Rudy Giuliani’s claim that he does not love America.
The era of the pot scandal is over.
Usually, politicizing something like an Oscar acceptance speech is a bad idea.
Patricia Arquette took home an Oscar for her performance in “Boyhood,” but she also left the stage with a huge ovation for a strongly political acceptance speech.
Remember when this glorious moment of Bidening happened this week, at the swearing in of Secretary of Defense Ash Carter?
Pussy Riot, the infamous Russian protest group, has produced an evocative English-language tribute to Eric Garner, titled after his last words: “I Can’t Breathe.”
With “Serial” slated for a second season, there’s only one subject whose ability to tell an accurate story might be even worse than Jay’s—Brian Williams.
Sarah Palin returned to “Saturday Night Live” over the weekend to help celebrate the show’s 40th anniversary. Palin, who was famously satirized on the show by Tina Fey for her vice presidential run in 2008, mocked her own presidential ambitions during a segment with comedian Jerry Seinfeld. While taking questions from a celebrity filled audience, […]