SNL takes on impeachment and the 2020 Democratic Presidential race.
After 67 years, Mad magazine is ceasing publication of new material.
Thanks to Donald Trump and the GOP, there’s plenty of material out there for Saturday Night Live.
The real answer probably isn’t far off from the parody.
In some expert trolling, the Senate Majority Leader decries “mindless, undiscriminating obstruction for the sake of obstruction.”
Saturday Night Live mocked the President’s declaration of a ‘national emergency,” which caused him to lash out on Twitter.
Washington State has a problem with people stealing “Mile 420” signs, so they’ve come up with a solution.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s editorial cartoonist is out after twenty-five years.
Controversies involving Jimmy Kimmel and “The Simpsons” highlight a perennial question.
In 2017, there were ten Saudis on Forbes’ billionaires list. This year, there are none.
After skipping such events in his first thirteen months in office, the President tried his hand at stand-up last night to mixed reviews.
The funk legend advocates a melting pot approach in a wide-ranging interview with Rolling Stone.
Mark Levin says we’re “morons” and “illiterate in English” because we’ve quoted the NYT.
The creator of some of the most popular television programming of the 1970s has passed away at the age of 81.
A pseudonymous government relations professional examines “The Radicalization of Luke Skywalker: A Jedi’s Path to Jihad.”
As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.
Paul Grenfell nominates this vanity plate of a Volkswagon Beetle (affectionately known as a “Bug”) with vanity plate “Feature”
It could cost you $250 to say “F- Arlington” if you happen to be in Arlington when you say it.