Colbert implored the American people to use their vote to condemn family separation after it was reported that the parents of 545 immigrant children can’t be found.
Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page explained the real meaning behind text messages that are repeatedly used to disparage the Russia investigation.
The Canadian-born singer claims he has passed his U.S. citizenship test, but must take another one.
Stephen Colbert attempted to do a mock interview with Jeff Sessions, in the form of a Keebler Elf cookie, and that's when things fell apart.
Laverne Cox, Rosario Dawson and Yara Shahidi have one thing to ask of young adults this election season: Go out and vote. “Elections have consequences. Transgender lives are on the line,” Laverne Cox said in a speech at the We Vote Next Summit, held at the TOMS Headquarters in Los Angeles on Saturday. “Go and […]
Hillary Clinton warned that Trump could go on a firing spree in November and that he'll be uncontrollable if Democrats don't take back at least one congressional chamber.
Steve Doocy, Tucker Carlson, and Laura Ingraham are among the prominent Fox News hosts desperately trying to defend the administration's shocking new immigration policy.
John Oliver blasted Jeff Sessions for using a nonapplicable Bible verse to defend separating children from their parents — and pointed out the administration's hypocrisy in doing so.
Bill Hader brought back his most famous character as he returned to host "Saturday Night Live." Watch the week's best sketches — and learn why that John Mulaney cameo was so special.
"Scandal" used its platform this week to shine a very important light on a real issue our country is facing.
Country music legend Willie Nelson has fallen victim to multiple erroneous reports of his death. At 84 years old, Nelson is still very much alive, and he’s got a lot to say about Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump. In April, Attorney General Sessions briefly weighed in on marijuana legalization during a discussion at Luke Air Force Base near Phoenix, Ariz., and called marijuana a drug “only slightly less awful” than heroin.
John Oliver’s main story Sunday night on Last Week Tonight was about marijuana legalization. While 44 states have some form of medical marijuana law, the federal government still has it as classified as a schedule-one narcotic. Due to the federal laws, veterans who want to use medical marijuana to help with their PTSD have a very difficult time getting it.
Eliza Dushku is still a Slayer — only now it’s of her personal demons. The Buffy the Vampire and Angel alum, 36, addressed 8,000 middle and high school students on Tuesday at the first New Hampshire Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness in Manchester (at which Attorney General Jeff Sessions was also a surprise speaker). Although the actress started by saying she had “nothing prepared” by way of remarks — she was there at the request of Jim Wahlberg, Mark’s brother, and the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, which sponsored the event — she went on to get candid about her own addiction to opiates and alcohol, which she traced back to her middle school days in Watertown, Mass.
McKinnon mocked the embattled attorney general during the sketch show's cold open.
Captain America himself, Chris Evans, is taking on former KKK leader David Duke. On Sunday, Duke — a Holocaust denier and former Republican Louisiana state representative — posted this: Why does Chris Evans, who plays the Jewish inspired super hero, Captain America, hate the women of his people so much? #WhiteGenocide pic.twitter.com/nGjlf42wkG
On The Daily Show, Trevor Noah talked to Elizabeth Warren about being formally silenced on the floor of the Senate by Mitch McConnell after reading a letter written by Coretta Scott King, which criticized Jeff Sessions for blocking black people’s voting rights. Despite her ousting from the floor, Warren was able to find a silver lining, saying, “The main thing is that millions of people are now reading Coretta Scott King’s letter. After Warren was banned from the floor, she went to Facebook live and read the letter in full, garnering over 10 million views and counting.
Celebrities are helping Coretta Scott King’s 1986 letter about Sen. Jeff Sessions go viral.
Samantha Bee returned for her first Full Frontal of the new year, on a new day — she’s now on Wednesday nights. President-elect Donald Trump’s appalling press conference that morning, plus congressional hearings on some of Trump’s potential appointees, such as Sen. Jeff Sessions for attorney general, ate up her half-hour. It turned out Trump’s press conference remark — “I’m also very much of a germaphobe” — was as ridiculously funny as anything Bee could craft.