Conservative — and often controversial — political commentator Rush Limbaugh revealed Monday that he has been diagnosed with advanced-stage lung cancer.
"Women have always been attacked when they don't conform, or when they've been different or when they've thought for themselves," Fox’s contributor pointed out.
"Blexit," shorthand for "black exit," encourages Black Americans who support the Democratic Party to cross over to the Republican Party.
Ron DeSantis is under fire for what some are calling a racially charged remark.
Roseanne Barr's tweets didn't stop following the cancellation of her hit sitcom. She continued to rant on Twitter, with one tweet involving a doctored image of “The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg.
The "View" co-host called out the former FBI director over what she perceived to be his "incendiary" comments about the Republican Party.
Conservative host, Meghan McCain, has been outspoken about her love for House Speaker Paul Ryan, and she defended him today on "The View", especially against co-host Joy Behar.
Cynthia Nixon stopped by "The Wendy Williams Show" today to discuss her run for governor of New York.
Unlike in previous seasons of "American Horror Story,"' the scariest stuff here emanates not from monsters but from the citizen down the street.
‘Get Me Roger Stone’: Trump’s Most Loathsome Supporter If you want to behold one of the worst human beings currently inhabiting the planet, be sure to watch Get Me Roger Stone, an excellent new documentary now streaming on Netflix. Stone is a political advisor who worked on the Donald Trump campaign and other Republican Presidential efforts extending as far back as Richard Nixon’s. This documentary about how Stone became Stone is a striking portrait of a venal man, as amoral and unscrupulous as anyone you can imagine. Indeed, he was the main purveyor of Nixon’s “dirty tricks” campaign strategies in the 1970s, and he’s stayed dirty, writing a book published during the most recent Presidential election that accused Bill Clinton of being a serial rapist—a charge that Trump took up and ran with.
On Monday, late night hosts had a field day with the failure of the long-promised Republican health care plan on Friday. President Trump reacts after Republicans abruptly pulled their health care bill from the House floor last week. On The Daily Show, Trevor Noah compared what happened to what he said is known within the R&B community as the Playa Hater Phenomenon.
Washington, U.S. – 28/02/17 – U.S. President Donald Trump pumps his fist as he arrives at the podium. On this night, in Biden’s place behind the President, we had to watch Mike Pense’s pursed-lipped “I thought I told you to be home by 10 p.m., young lady” sternness, and Paul Ryan’s serene, unblinking gaze at the back of Trump’s head.
On Tuesday’s Conan, Sen. Bernie Sanders had some sharp criticism of the media for its failure to inform the public on issues that genuinely affect millions of Americans.
Trump stopped by Dr. Oz on Thursday to talk about his overall health and share the results from recent medical tests he’d had done with his longtime doctor.
Joe Scarborough and his "Morning Joe" co-host, Mika Brzezinski, got into a heated argument Wednesday morning — each making the exact same point about the state of the Republican Party.
On Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, the host compared Donald Trump to a bed of nails: “Trump hasn’t said one crazy thing, he’s said thousands of crazy things."
On The Late Show on Thursday night, host Stephen Colbert used that day’s resignation of Fox News chairman Roger Ailes to revel in Ailes’ downfall (Ailes is facing allegations of sexual harassment) and to bring back an old friend. Jon Stewart emerged from beneath Colbert’s desk. Then he ousted Colbert and took over that desk, delivering what was essentially a new version of his old Daily Show editorials.
Mark Cuban stopped by "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" to “take the gloves off” against Donald Trump, slamming him with jokes only a billionaire could make.
Keegan-Michael Key showed up on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' as “Frank,” the only African-American at the Republican National Convention.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert is airing live all week long to cover the Republican National Convention. During Monday night’s show, Stephen was having a difficult time explaining how the Republican Party ended up with Donald Trump as their candidate. Stephen had to find his alter ego first, so he went to a cabin in the woods to find his old Daily Show buddy, Jon Stewart.
The headliner of the night was Melania Trump, introduced by candidate-husband Donald Trump, and both entering to “We Are The Champions” as the ghost of Queen’s Freddie Mercury strained to escape from Cincinnati. Hours before her speech, CNN correspondent Jim Acosta gave us this hot reportorial scoop: “I’ve been told he’s going to show some warm, genuine, loving affection toward his wife.” One more seductive adjective there, and Acosta might have been mistaken for Barry White. CNN contextualized speaker Antonio Sabato, Jr. with this chyron running beneath his convention speech: “His Calvin Klein billboard hung across the Trump Tower in the 1990s.” Chris Cuomo tried to set up high expectations for Melania Trump with praise-by-condescension: “She’s very intelligent and very accomplished!” he yelped with an earnestness colored by disbelief.
Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner are back for a second season of Difficult People, beginning Tuesday on Hulu. The new episodes—I’ve seen three of them—are jam-packed with pop-culture jokes that will leave you trying to suppress outbursts of laughter lest you miss one punchline set atop another, like layers of a delicious cake that Julie’s character would love to smash. If that sounds mean or crass on my part, believe me, you ain’t heard Julie’s character, Julie Kessner.
Donald Trump turned 70 years old on Tuesday. Since the presumptive Republican presidential nominee has giving Stephen Colbert so much material for The Late Show over the past year, Colbert thought he would give Trump a few birthday presents. Finally, the Late Show host got Trump a “scented candle,” which was just a wet paper bag full of something with a “pungent” smell.