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"She was not fighting for black people in the White House," said 'Daily Show' host Trevor Noah. [Read More]
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"When it comes to conspiracy talk show hosts arguing with consumer technology, there is no one more qualified than our old friend." [Read More]
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Stopping by Ellen DeGeneres' daytime talk show, the former presidential candidate and the host talked about how they joked before the 2016 election about doing... [Read More]
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The 'SNL' alums will reunite to emcee live coverage of the parade on Amazon Prime Video, in character as Cord Hosenbeck and Tish Cattigan. [Read More]
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The comedian will host the Dec. 16 episode, with musical guest Foo Fighters. [Read More]
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Both actresses interjected their own commentary and comical banter while reading each of this year's nominees live Wednesday morning. [Read More]
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The 'Late Show' host called out Melania Trump, whereas 'The Opposition' star joked that the tweet was a sign of "political chivalry." [Read More]
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In an interview with The New York Times, the 'Molly's Game' actress said she was afraid she'd face consequences for her outspoken stance on the... [Read More]
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Colbert quipped about the president calling a woman the "C-word," while Noah asked whether Republicans care about sexual assault. [Read More]
During Monday morning's announcement of this year's nominations, announcers struggled to properly pronounce the two nominees' names. [Read More]
After it was revealed that Time magazine selected Donald Trump to be the runner-up for its Person of the Year issue, late-night hosts... [Read More]
Colbert recognized Trump's pattern of "creeping behind women," whereas Klepper assured the "joke's on Time." [Read More]
Trevor Noah compared the president to 'Fifty Shades' character Christian Gray, while Stephen Colbert and Jordan Klepper mocked the "madness" of defending the Alabama Senate... [Read More]
The faux political candidate also jokingly rejected Trump's endorsement. [Read More]
The 'Full Frontal' host also admitted to carving a message into John Oliver's studio desk. [Read More]
Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon offered up Flynn-inspired holiday songs, while Seth Meyers and Trevor Noah mocked Trump's Twitter mishap. [Read More]
The first promo for the upcoming show, set for March 4, was also released Monday, featuring clips from this year's films and the memorable best... [Read More]
From Leonardo DiCaprio to Kathy Bates, the cast of the Oscar-winning film have established successful careers in film, television and on stage. [Read More]
Test your knowledge of the 1997 film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. [Read More]
The selection comes after the president claimed he turned down repeating as the magazine's top figure of 2017. [Read More]
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