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On Saturday night, April 30, 2016, The Nightly Show's Larry Wilmore will host the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner live from Washington, D.C. Live coverage of the event, which will also include a speech from President Barack Obama, will begin at approximately 7:30 p.m. ET.
On Saturday night, April 30, 2016, Larry Wilmore will host the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner live from Washington, D.C. Before the event begins at 7:30 p.m. ET...
John Kasich has virtually no chance of becoming the GOP nominee, but he's not going down without a fight, and today he made it clear the Republican party has serious outreach problems.
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WHCD host Larry Wilmore can't even begin to fathom the idea of President Donald Trump at one of the annual dinners because he just can't take jokes about himself well.
Here's a big surprise for you: there are apparently lots of Republicans who are very adamantly insistent on not being even considered as Donald Trump's VP nominee.
It has been two months since Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump ostentatiously refused to disavow the endorsement of former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke on national televisin, even though he had already done so on other less visible occasions.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg delivered the commencement address today to graduating University of Michigan students, and he took the opportunity to tear into the idea of campus "safe spaces."
Former Speaker John Boehner called Ted Cru "Lucifer in the flesh" this week, and it turns out actual followers of Lucifer were outraged by that.
Tonight is the final White House Correspondents Dinner of Barack Obama's presidency, and to prep for all the jokes we're getting this time around, this might be the best time to look back on the remarkably Donald Trump-heavy 2011 ro...
Last week on WZTV, sportscaster Dan Phillips did a sports report containing a ton of references to Prince in memory of the late artist. It got him fired.
John Kasich was confronted in California yesterday by someone asking him, "Do you feel people are born gay?"
Hillary Clinton doesn't seem concerned about facing Donald Trump in the general election, telling CNN's Jake Tapper yesterday she's dealt with men like him before.
Almost every major outlet attends tonight's White House Correspondents Dinner, with "almost" existing in this sentence because of one very notable exception in the form of The New York Times. Here's why the paper's posturing is the essence of empty talk...
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Maher took the liberty of doing it himself, since the tabloids and the Democratic socialist have yet to step up.
McGee did not receive a speeding ticket for the incident, but WSB-TV 2 did get an exclusive interview with passenger ?Heather McCarty, who provided new insight into what happened that night seven months ago.
Perry explained that he came to the event on his own just to look around. He described it as peaceful at first, when he was "milling around by [himself]."
Ted Cruz's identity has been a punchline all campaign season. He is constantly being accused of being the Zodiac Killer, for instance, in a joke that just won't die.
Researcher Lauren Carroll wrote, "the law does not require a dealer’s license for private hobbyists and others who occasionally buy and sell guns," but pointed out that it is still illegal for a private seller or hobbyist to furnish someone with a gun if they have reason to believe that person has a felonious history.