Last night’s Saturday Night Live Season 41 premiere was up 13% in Nielsen metered-marketing households over last year’s premiere (4.5 rating compared to 4.0) hosted by Chris Pratt. The episode, hosted by Miley Cyrus with an appearance...Show More Summary
Kate McKinnon's megalomaniac caricature of Hillary Clinton has become a fan-favorite, sending up the presidential hopeful's less-than-affable persona with crazy eyes and some intense, teeth-grinding ambition. On the season premiere of Saturday Night Live, McKinnon's Hillary finally met the real Hillary (in a fake bar). Hillary (the real one) plays a friendly... More »
If Hillary Clinton becomes president, Robert Rapier explains the implications on 2 high profile energy issues.
For the long months that remain ahead for Secretary Hillary Clinton and her campaign staff, they may want to bottle up the five minute window when Clinton appeared in a sketch for this weekend’s Saturday Night Live. When the lights of Studio 8H were at their brightest, Clinton was simply at her best and yes, her most likable.
Hillary Clinton makes an appearance on SNL and makes fun of Donald Trump.
Earlier today, Hillary Clinton recommitted to the work ahead with Human Rights Campaign's volunteer leaders.
The NBC show kicks off No. 41 with a slightly boosted showing among households. read more
Though Hillary Clinton is still the front-runner for the Democratic nomination, she's increasingly seeing a real challenge from the left from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont). Sanders has galvanized the progressive left, and he has become a threat to win more left-leaning, early-voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire. Show More Summary
This is so great! Yesterday, we reported how much Hillary Clinton appreciates being impersonated by the talented actors on Saturday Night Live, and as it turns out, she had a little impersonation talent up her sleeve last night on show, too!! Related: Hillary Clinton Takes A Stand Against The Pumpkin Spice Latte! Clinton, portraying a bartender in [...]
Saturday Night Live didn't pull any punches in its Season 41 premiere this weekend, skewering everyone from Josh Duggar to Jared Fogle to most of the Republican presidential hopefuls. SNL's writing staff also performed the impressive...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton appeared on Saturday Night Live’s season premiere and used the bit to make fun of Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, as well as her own positions on issues like the Keystone Pipeline and marriage equality. Read mor...
She wants to seem more like a real person
Plus, Darrell Hammond!
Hillary Clinton appeared on the "Saturday Night Live" premiere this weekend after press spoiled what was intended to be a surprise appearance during her tour to show her human side. The Democratic presidential candidate played a bartender name Val opposite "SNL's" Kate McKinnon as Clinton who's stopping in for a drink. Show More Summary
If Hillary Clinton was fazed by Saturday Night Live cast member Kate McKinnon's impression of her, she didn't show it. Appearing on the show for the first time since 2008, Clinton played a bartender — "Val" — who consoles McKinnon'sShow More Summary
Miley Cyrus was the host of last night's season premiere of Saturday Night Live (more on that coming up a little later), but Hillary Clinton decidedly stole the show from her with her not-so-secret cameo during one of the better sketches last night. Show More Summary
That’s what NEA president Lily Eskelsen Garcia told members about the endorsement of Hillary Clinton by the union’s board of directors. And there’s no question the prescribed democratic process in the union’s by-laws was followed. The board reportedly voted 118-39 in favor of the endorsement, with 8 abstentions, clearing the required 58 percent hurdle. Sanders […]
In case you thought Hillary Clinton was too calculating and/or cold, the democratic presidential hopeful stopped by Saturday Night Live last night. In a skit with Kate McKinnon as Clinton, Clinton played a bartender named Val while Miley...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a surprise/non-surprise (it was reported) appearance on Saturday Night Live last night, doing a brief Donald Trump imitation in a skit where she played a bartender — and even sang a little: She later gave this interview about her SNL appearance: I need to add this note that [...]Show More Summary