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"There is no girl on the planet that wants to see Harvey Weinstein naked," the legendary radio host told Jimmy Kimmel. [Read More]
'Saturday Night Live' was merely a 'launching pad' for Jay Pharoah, who is aiming much higher with his new Showtime series. [Read More]
The comedian makes a play to be late-night television's most empathetic host in 'I Love You, America' debut. [Read More]
The former 'Saturday Night Live' cast member talks about how 'weird' it was sharing the stage with Trump. [Read More]
Will the handful of female hosts have more time for this bombshell story later in the week? [Read More]
Following relative silence over the weekend, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers and more all dug into the Harvey Weinstein allegations Monday night. [Read More]
The late-night host delivered a brutal follow-up to his Twitter war with the president's son. [Read More]
With no more campaigns to run, why haven't two of Weinstein's most powerful friends spoken out? [Read More]
Larry David's right-hand man talks about the iconic show's return and his new self-help book 'The Book of Leon.'... [Read More]
The late-night host stood his ground against those who said it was "too soon" to call for action on gun violence. [Read More]
"They should be praying for God to forgive them for letting the gun lobby run this country," the host said in response to Congress' "thoughts... [Read More]
"I'm sorry that we live in a world where there are people who will put a gun before your lives," the 'Daily Show' host told... [Read More]
The host of 'MediaBuzz' implored everyone to wait a day before discussing the role of guns in last night's Las Vegas mass shooting. [Read More]
The 'StarTalk' host sounds off on the "irresponsible" climate change deniers in power, and the harm in making those with opposing beliefs feel "dumb" and... [Read More]
Nick Kroll is worried he might "get in trouble" for telling kids to watch his new Netflix animated series. [Read More]
"Why would anyone who has lots of money care what happens to people who don't?" the host asked. [Read More]
As soon as the 'Playboy' founder's death was announced Wednesday night, the remembrances started to pour in on social media. [Read More]
In his new stand-up special, 'Saturday Night Live's' most enigmatic writer steps into the spotlight. [Read More]
The president told 'Fox & Friends' he's been speaking to his NFL owner friends and they are scared. [Read More]
Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Seth Meyers had a lot to say Monday night about the president's latest culture battle. [Read More]
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