Comedian and long-time Daily Show correspondent Lewis Black sat down for a good long conversation with Seth Meyers on Late Night Tuesday, sharing his impassioned opinions on this past week's White House Correspondents' Dinner along with larger issues facing the country like guns and immigration.
CNN led the cable news ratings race Saturday night during the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner, drawing 1.088M total viewers and 336K in the 25-54 demo during the 10 p.m. ET hour, when President Barack Obama and comedian Joel McHale delivered their respective speeches. During that same hour, MSNBC had 846K total viewers and 261K in the demo.
Laura Ingraham, filling in for Bill O'Reilly on Monday, went after the media for acting all "buddy-buddy" with politicians at the White House Correspondents Dinner, in a prime example of how the press corps has been "lapdogs, not attack dogs" for the White House since President Obama took office.
Joel McHale followed up President Obama's White House Correspondents Dinner speech with a hilarious speech of his own, roasting President Obama and Chris Christie, as well as literally everyone running for president in 2016.
President Obama started the festivities at the White House Correspondents Dinner tonight with an uproarious speech poking fun at himself, Republicans, and basically the media, including CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News.
The White House Correspondents Dinner is a great excuse for politicians, the media, and celebrities to hobnob like nobody's business, and that was perhaps best encapsulated by CNN geeking out multiple times over the course of the night about the hit ABC show Scandal.
Somehow, in the past few years, the shorthand for the White House Correspondents Dinner became #nerdprom. Because, presumably, it's supposed to be exactly night your average prom night, except with nerds who care about nerdy things like politics. Except that the description might not actually be that accurate.
On Saturday night, May 3, 2014, Joel McHale will host the 2014 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 8 p.m. ET.
As politicians, journalists, and Hollywood stars mingled at the White House Correspondents Dinner tonight, Katie Couric chatted with CNN's Suzanne Malveaux on the red carpet, and got in a dig at CNN's news coverage.
Most of D.C. is excited for the White House Correspondents Dinner tonight, but the man who chronicled This Town isn't that big a fan. Journalist Mark Leibovich told Jake Tapper on Friday he's amazed that "#nerdprom" still exists because of how reviled the nation's capital is.
The gigantic head of Uncle Sam was seen amidst the gaggle of reporters and celebrities on the White House Correspondents Dinner red carpet today, the same giant Uncle Sam featured in those Generation Opportunity ads acting in the role of a government gynecologist.
On Saturday night, May 3, 2014, Joel McHale hosts the 2014 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner live from Washington, D.C. President Barack Obama will deliver his sixth speech at the annual event, which will begin at approximately 8 p.m. ET.
A new report by The Hollywood Reporter says that fewer A-list celebrities are attending the White House Correspondents Dinner this year because of past "weird experiences" at the dinner.
On Saturday night, May 3, 2014, Joel McHale will host the 2014 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner live from Washington, D.C. Before the event begins at 8 p.m. ET, you can catch all of the red carpet arrival action right here. Show More Summary
Joel McHale is hosting the White House Correspondents Dinner Saturday night, and gave CNN's Jake Tapper a preview of his remarks and explained why all the powerful people he'll be roasting unrepentantly will enjoy being on the serving end of the jokes.
With Joel McHale set to host this Saturday night's White House Correspondents Dinner, he decided to take his E! show The Soup down to Washington, D.C. for a special political-themed episode Wednesday night. Joining McHale will be rival cable news anchors Chuck Todd from MSNBC and Jake Tapper from CNN.
Joel McHale, host of E!'s The Soup and NBC's Community, will be hosting the White House Correspondents Dinner this year. It'll be his first time hosting the big event, following in the footsteps of comics like Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, and Conan O'Brien.
Former Alaska Governor and Nuclear Football Near-Miss Sarah Palin joined the predictable chorus of bitter White House Correspondents' Dinner non-invitees Saturday night by tweeting her ass-heavy misgivings about the event, inviting an even more predictable revelation of her own hypocrisy. Show More Summary
Monday night on Fox News, Bill O'Reilly reflected on his time at this past weekend's White House Correspondents Dinner, and the jokes made at his expense. But he also contended that the mainstream press, excluding Fox News, his "given up any skepticism" about President Obama's policies and invited contributor Juan Williams to weigh in on that assessment.
In one of his terse micro-reviews of a nationally-covered event, reality TV personality and very wealthy mogul Donald Trump said that the White House Correspondents' Dinner was "so boring." Any guesses as to why it was so yawn-worthy...Show More Summary