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If you're a fan of Jim Carrey, you'll probably really love this sketch. The SNL host subjected himself to a roasting of sorts as the cast members did over-the-top impersonations of all his iconic film roles.
Saturday Night Live kicked off tonight with an over-the-top mockery of President Obama's handling of the Ebola crisis. As the fake president explained, hey, it't not like they handled it as badly as they did ISIS, Obamacare, or all the rest of it...
A Ten Commandments monument outside the Oklahoma state Capitol building was damaged after a man crashed his car into it. The man's name is Michael Reed, and he claims this was Satan's fault.
Charles Barkley had some pretty tough words on the radio this week for "unintelligent" African-Americans who seem a bit too eager to attack other black people for not being supposedly black enough.
NBA owner and businessman Mark Cuban was on CNBC earlier this week talking about politics, and had some pretty blunt advice for the Republican Party: stay away from social issues. Period.
A California cop has been accused of taking the phone of a woman he pulled over and forwarding the nude photos on her phone to his.
Kirsten Powers told Megyn Kelly last night that she has just given up on trying to guess why President Obama does things that, on the face of it, seem unhelpful to the Democrats.
Politico reporter Josh Gerstein posed this question in a piece yesterday: when is the Republican-led House going to file that lawsuit against President Obama they kept building up the entire summer?
A Washington man is trying to obtain personal information for every single stripper in the area. Why? Because, he says, he needs their full names and addresses in order to pray for them.
On her Fox News show this week, Megyn Kelly drew viewer attention to possible voter fraud in Colorado over a law that she said "literally allows residents to print ballots from their home computers, then encourages them to turn ballots over to collectors." This earned her a stern rebuke from one Colorado news anchor and Rachel Maddow.
Fox News' Neil Cavuto took a moment today on-air to address the passing of Terry Keenan, a former Fox anchor who used to host the program Cashin' In.
World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has finally been drawn by a large, unseen force to the hub where all souls find themselves drifting to in spacetime: Facebook. Yes, Stephen Hawking is now on Facebook, and he's just as profound there as you would imagine.
The closer we get to Election Day, the bigger and higher the stakes are set. Fox News host Eric Bolling framed it thusly on Cashin' In today: liberalism is a cancer on the country and voters need to deliver the cure.
Bill Maher ended his show last night with a New Rule saying the GOP is very good at distracting the American public from their failures, citing the Kansas gubernatorial election as an example.
CNN anchor Carol Costello teased audio of that now-infamous Palin family fight in a somewhat inappropriately light manner. She apologized in a statement, but Washington Post media reporter Erik Wemple thinks she owes it to viewers to apologize on-air.
Might the "war on women" tactic be getting a bit old? When one Democratic candidate invoked it during a debate this week, she was met with laughs and groans from the audience.
Bill Maher addressed supporters of Michael Brown tonight and found it striking they call him a "gentle giant" because to him, Brown was acting like a thug in the surveillance video of him robbing a store.
Bill Maher again tackled the subject of Islam, despite really not wanting to, in reaction to the shooting by a jihadist in Canada this week. He ended up clashing with guest Cornel West over the same issue he's dealt with before: whether Islam is uniquely violent among religions.
Bill Maher hosted journalist James Risen tonight and asked him about his past assertions that President Obama is the "greatest enemy of press freedom in a generation."
Michelle Obama stumped this week for Colorado Senator Mark Udall, and mistakenly referred to the Arizona native as a "fifth-generation Coloradan."