Yeas & Nays
Note to angry drivers: think before you succumb to a bout of road rage, as one angry Tampa, Fla., driver experienced what the victim of his rude taunting labeled, “instant karma.”
This week, a Catholic nun took the stage during the blind audition round on “The Voice of Italy” to perform her spectacular rendition of Alicia Keys’ “No One.”
On Thursday’s episode of “The Tonight Show,” Jimmy Fallon invited music legend Billy Joel to his guest’s seat not only to talk, but also to sing.
Jimmy Kimmel exposed the stupidity of some Americans once again with the “Confusion Question of the Day” on his show Thursday night.
Excitement at the annual music festival SXSW runs rampant through the streets of Austin as fans are treated to music from mainstream and new artists alike. And funny man Jimmy Kimmel decided to take advantage of the hyped atmosphere, asking attendees their thoughts on some new, hot and fictional bands playing.
Credit Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) for keeping his 90s sitcom acting career as a second job. Country first.
[WATCH] Obama goes on ‘Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis’ to plug Obamacare, youth enrollment
Perhaps it’s high time that the president faced some tough questioning from an admittedly unserious interviewer.
Former Vice-President Dick Cheney is an unlikely fashion consultant for the hip-hop community, but he commented nevertheless on why it isn’t much into cowboy hats.
Still reeling from her bangs experiment at President Barack Obama’s second inauguration, First Lady Michelle Obama debuted a new hairdo earlier this week: Frosted highlights.
The actor who once served as an associate director for the White House Office of Public Engagement somehow “made a point about the Second Amendment” by saying that the commemorative firearm presented to Coburn was really more about McConnell than his retiring colleague.
Actor Seth Rogen took to Twitter Wednesday to express his disappointment that so few United States Senators listened to him deliver testimony on the need for additional research on Alzheimer’s disease.
Arguably the two most notorious political TV shows of the 21st century are “The West Wing” and “House of Cards.” So what would it be like if the two dramas were spliced together as one?
“Knocked Up” actor Seth Rogen brought a little bit of comedy to an otherwise subdued Congressional hearing Wednesday, delivering a prepared statement filled with both humor and self-deprecating remarks.
Vice-President Joe Biden joked with a former basketball star Tuesday night that he’s living proof white men can jump.