This Thanksgiving, there will be an unprecedented volume of political arguments around the table in America. It's a tense atmosphere outside and inside, and as families prepare to meet up and eat some Turkey, things are bound to get heated.
As Americans fathom their own nation's doomsday, one man in American politics has the clout to ease the people's fears. His name is Bernard Sanders, and last night he stopped by "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" to let America know his next steps.
TNT's Inside The NBA crew of Ernie Johnson, Shaq, Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith always know how to have a good time and can seemingly make light of any situation, but last night Ernie opened the show on a serious note discussing the presidential el
To discuss the result of this presidential election, Chelsea Handler brought US Senator Barbara Boxer on her Netflix show "Chelsea," and there were many tears shed. Handler, who apparently registered thousands of young people to vote this election se
After interviewing presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on The Breakfast Club for the second time this election cycle, Charlamagne Tha God got the invite from MSNBC to sit down and discuss his take on the 2016 presidential election.
Saturday Night Live kicked off this weekend's episode with a cold opening in which Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin) and Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) fielded some questions from undecided voters during the second Presidential Debate.
Donald Trump's "grab 'em by the pussy" remarks inspired Mike Dean to chop up the damning audio clip and create a new song called "Grab Em By Da Pussy." Will.I.Am has taken the concept a step further in his new music video created in conjunction with
Jimmy Kimmel released a new segment of his Lie Witness News series ahead of last night's presidential debate, where Kimmel's team asked strangers their thoughts on the debate-- prior to the debate ever happening.
Donald Trump personally invited Don King to introduce him at a church in Cleveland, Ohio last night and the controversial boxing promoter slipped up and dropped the n-word while speaking about how African Americans can not achieve success by imitating white pe
After an overwhelmingly positive response to YG's collaboration with Nipsey Hussle, "FDT," (at least from the music community), YG came back for part two quite recently with Seattle native Macklemore and Bay Area's own G-Eazy.
50 Cent is in the midst of a promotion run for Season 3 of his Starz show "Power," which debuts on July 17th. Last night he stopped by 'Conan' to discuss a variety of topics, among them the prospect of a Kanye West presidency.