The former first daughter proved she does more on social media than artfully clap back at mouth-breathing trolls. On Thursday, she became Twitter's most encouraging BFF, when she responded to a post from a downcast Demi Lovato about a spat with a friend.
The "View" co-host called out the former FBI director over what she perceived to be his "incendiary" comments about the Republican Party.
In "The Pages," Jamie Lee Curtis plays the conservative Vice President Rachel Burke, who authored a doctrine declaring "total victory" in the U.S.'s war on terror.
Hillary Clinton called out President Donald Trump and Fox News over their obsession with her nearly a year and a half after the election.
This week's "Roseanne" will make you laugh, not debate, as it draws attention away from Roseanne to emphasize the ensemble — the star reminds you that she's a team player.
Harvey Weinstein once bullied Nathan Lane at a Hillary Clinton fundraise. But thanks to Cher and bad traffic, the Broadway star got the last laugh.
In the March cover story for "Vanity Fair," Jennifer Lawrence explains why she's getting more vocal now — and what the Democrats did wrong by "chastising the Trump supporters."
On "Celebrity Big Brother," former Trump staffer Omarosa had nothing but good things to say about Hillary Clinton.
Taking the stage as Bob Dylan circa the late 1960s — tousled hair, Ray-Ban sunglasses, harmonica brace around his neck — Jimmy Fallon did his best nasal whine to approximate protest-singer-era Dylan, singing a new version of “The Times They Are A-Changin’” on "The Tonight Show."
A closer look at how Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, and Conan O'Brien responded after President Trump's State of the Union address.
Trevor Noah blasts Hillary Clinton, saying she protected "just herself" when one of her staffers was accused of harassment.
Kesha, Kendrick Lamar, and others deliver powerful, passionate performances during the Grammy Awards.
Minnesota's Sen. Al Franken announced on Thursday morning that he will resign in the wake of accusations of sexual misconduct.
On "Full Frontal," Samantha Bee took a look at Hillary Clinton's campaign encounters with journalists now accused of sexually predatory behavior.
A Christmas Carol came early to Saturday Night Live this year. The first of 2017’s remaining three episodes kicked off with Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump being visited by the three pesky ghosts that once visited Ebenezer Scrooge. Actually make that four: the Ghost of Witness Flipped — aka Robert Mueller’s new star witness, Michael Flynn — was the first to apparate inside of the Oval Office, where a “pouty baby mode” POTUS was hiding out from the seasonal festivities.
Because of remarks in her new memoir, “Hacks,” that are critical of Hillary Clinton, Brazile is suddenly being lionized as a fearless truth-teller on Fox News.
Hillary Clinton stopped by "Late Night With Seth Meyers" to join the host in a segment called "Jokes Seth Can't Tell" where Clinton was able to give the audience punchlines that only she could deliver.
Hillary Rodham Clinton visited "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah" where she critiqued President Donald Trump's response to the New York City terrorist attack.
“This is stuff, I promise you, you can’t get anywhere else,” Hannity crowed at the start of his show. To which we can only say: Thank God.