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How Would News Organizations Fare in a Brawl?

News organizations have always been competitive, but following the White House Correspondents Dinner on Saturday, an actual rumble broke out at an after-party. OK, OK -- it was a "scuffle." It was between Fox News' Jesse Watters from "The O'Reilly Factor," and The Huffington Post's Washington Bureau Chief Ryan Grim. Show More Summary

Fugs and Fabs: Everyone Else at the White House CorrespondentsDinner

We’ve got to get this event wrapped up before the Met Gala starts…which happens in like fifteen minutes. Someone get me a coffee IV, please! Read More...

Fugs and Fabs: Other LBDs at the White House CorrespondentsDinner

When in doubt, go for the Little (or Big) Black Dress, right? (And, as ever, if it seems we’ve forgotten a Major Star in a black dress — like, say, Kerry Washington, or Tracee Ellis Ross — rest assured, she probably has her own post that went up earlier today.) Read More...

The White House Says Larry Wilmore’s Use of the N-Word Was Totally Chill

This past Saturday in D.C., the best-paid members of the fourth estate partied with the politicians they're supposed to keep in check at an annual gala called the White House Correspondents' Dinner. Comedy Central's Larry Wilmore treated the event with all due disrespect, delivering a 20-minute set that inspired squirms, ... More »

Touchy, Touchy! CNN Reporter Asks WH if Obama Thinks CNN ‘Has a Problem Journalistically’

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

President Obama knocked 'em dead at Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Dinner, while emcee Larry Wilmore mainly just died in that nightmare of a room...

White House Defends Larry Wilmore's Use of N-Word

The White House has released an official statement in support of Larry Wilmore's use of the N-word during this year's White House Correspondents Dinner. Press Secretary Josh Earnest reported that President Obama "appreciated the spirit of Mr. Wilmore's expressions on Saturday night." At the end of ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Larry Wilmore Barack Obama

Punches Thrown: Reporters Brawl After White House Correspondents Dinner

Following the White House Correspondents Dinner on Saturday evening, a brawl broke out between Fox News and Huffington Post reporters at the MSNBC after-show party, ironically held at the US Institute of Peace.

Here's What Celebrities Should Wear to the Met Gala Tonight

The White House Correspondents Dinner over the weekend might have done a fine job for #nerdprom but, apart from Our Lady Michelle Obama , it was just a trial run for the Met Gala, which is the prom that only popular people are invited to, multiplied by a debutante ball. Show More Summary

Obama Drops the Mic at the White House Correspondents Dinner [Video]

Obama told a lot of jokes at his last White House Correspondents Dinner. Obama was in fine form on Saturday night. Hell, you could even say he was giddy. Watch his entire set, because let’s be honest—this dude is funny—below. Related...Show More Summary

Watch President Obama's Speech at His Last White House Correspondents' Dinner

2 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Christopher Frizzelle It happened on Saturday night, and there are some good lines, like: "Eight years ago I said it was time to change the tone of our politics. In hindsight, I clearly should have been more specific." But his jokes had nothing on his jokes—including Trump jokes—in 2011. Show More Summary

That Guy Who 'Scared the Sht' Out of Amy Schumer Is Defending Himself... Terribly

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Tom Hiddleston walked the red carpet at the White House Correspondents' Dinner with Carrie (and Gary!) Fisher, and I ship this SO HARD. (Go Fug Yourself) Kerry Washington is probably pregnant again. (DListed) That dude who inspired Amy Schumer...

White House Comes To Larry Wilmore’s Rescue Over CorrespondentsDinner Speech Controversy

President Obama "appreciated the spirit of Mr. Wilmore's expressions"  used at Saturday’s White House CorrespondentsDinner, and insisted that “any reading of his comments makes clear he was not using the president as the butt of aShow More Summary

White House defends Larry Wilmore over use of N-word: He was not using Obama as the butt of a joke

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The White House defended comedian Larry Wilmore on Monday for using a racial slur during the White House Correspondents Dinner. The Comedy Central host ignited controversy over the weekend by referring to President Barack Obama as “my ngga” at the White House Correspondents Dinner....

Well Played, Tracee Ellis Ross in Jovani at the White House CorrespondentsDinner

We live in a crazy, mixed-up world, and it is a relief to me on a personal level that at least I can always count on Tracee Ellis Ross to show up places looking awesome and glamorous: The unspoken theme of this year’s WHCD does seem to be Unusual Deployment of Illusion Netting — of Read More...

Well Played: Nina Dobrev in Kaufmanfranco at the White House Correspondents Dinner

I’ve missed Nina on the red carpet, because she generally turns it out. This weekend was no exception…well, mostly. Let’s get into this. Read More...

Well Played: Tamron Hall at the White House CorrespondentsDinner

This is evocative of Brie Larson’s Calvin Klein from the Globes. But this seems to fit better – Brie’s gave off the impression that the dress was somehow dragging her posture down, whereas Tamron is fully striking a pose. The almost ribbed look of Brie’s is a bit cooler to me, and Tamron’s neckline might be a Read More...

Fugs and Fabs: Models at the White House CorrespondentsDinner

It will be fun to contrast this to the inevitable “Models at the Met” post that’ll come your way Tuesday. Read More...

Why Obama Was Able To Reveal His Anger At The White House Correspondents' Dinner

President Obama killed at the bloated annual media-industrial get-together. But his sharp-edged jokes provided an unusually honest window on what Obama actually thinks about the media, about politics, about Washington dysfunction. (Short answer: the system is absurdly disengaged from the actual realities of governing, and from what citizens actually want.)

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