Giuliani made staggering claims of voter fraud in Detroit without providing evidence just moments before admitting to exaggerating.
On "The Oprah Conversation," the former president addressed the long-running false claims — perpetuated by his successor, Donald Trump — that he wasn’t born in the United States.
Former President Obama shared his thoughts on the impact Trump has had on society and the danger of Republicans humoring the president’s claims of voter fraud.
"I'm not planning to suddenly work on the White House staff or something," former president Barack Obama said
Savannah Guthrie told the New York Times that her viral remark was a surprise, even to herself.
On Sunday’s "Last Week Tonight," Oliver examined fundraising emails the Trump campaign sent out after the election, including what was written in the small print.
A commissioner in charge of elections in Philadelphia rejected Trump’s claims of widespread voter fraud, and said that those claims have resulted in death threats.
“I cried a tear or two — or 10,” the actor said. “But they were all very manly. All my tears are manly.”
The comedian took no prisoners in his latest "Saturday Night Live" monologue.
CNN's Van Jones broke down in tears after Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump in the election.
Celebrities shared their emotions as Joe Biden won the U.S. presidency, as projected by the Associated Press.
CNN analysts discussed the possible impact Trump's icy relationship with John McCain is having on the election in Arizona.
Pennsylvania AG Josh Shapiro said that Trump will lose the newest lawsuit just as he did the others, and that all votes will be counted.
There’s been stress eating, smoking and — luckily, because we can all use some lightheartedness — a few jokes amid the largely liberal crowd in Hollywood.
Both Fox News and CNN correspondents had strong reactions to Trump's late night speech declaring he had already won states that were still up in the air.
The tight race between Democratic candidate Joe Biden and President Trump has left many voters uneasy, but Colbert is taking it all in stride.
"Some of your former favorite rappers have been taken in by these lies," John Legend said. "I think they even founded a new supergroup, it's called the Sunken Place"
In this most fractious of election years, when artists are lambasting politicians for using their songs, Eminem has endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden by allowing his 2002 classic "Lose Yourself" to be used in a new 45-second Biden campaign ad. Released the day before the election (Nov. 2), Em tweeted his support…