We have two intractable issues, one intractable president and an intractable world, but what if that weren’t so?
Podcaster-cum-author Matt Christman on the failures of liberalism, his hatred of Megan McArdle and the need for the left to grab hold of our “economic death engine.”
In a segment from her Netflix series, she riffs on the idea of a fictional campaign in which wannabe agents explain what the agency means to them.
The host of the late-night satire "Redacted Tonight" responds to a National Public Radio segment that ponders whether his show is Russian propaganda.
The president-elect has demonstrated repeatedly that he doesn’t like being on the receiving end of certain jokes, making that kind of humor a useful tool for resistance during his tenure in office.
The actor’s venomous impersonation of the GOP nominee has been called the jolt the late-night comedy show needed.
The Democratic presidential nominee follows in the footsteps of President Obama, who appeared on “Between Two Ferns” in 2014.
While the most recent "Saturday Night Live" clip featuring Larry David as Bernie Sanders and Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton is full of nuggets of truth, it also shows some bias toward the former secretary of state -- much like the head of the Democratic National Committee.
The former host of "The Daily Show" weighs in on Donald Trump (aka "man baby") and Hillary Clinton (whom he bills as "inauthentic"), telling his audience that however he painted the American political system on the show, "it's so much worse than you could ever imagine."