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SNL Cold Open Features ‘Dr. Evil’ Mocking North Korea

On this weekend’s broadcast of “Saturday Night Live” on NBC, former cast member Mike Myers made a return to perform as “Dr. Evil” from his Austin Powers movie series. “Hello, I’m Dr. Evil. I’ve preempted this program because I’m furious
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McConnell Sides with Team Rubio on Cuba Issue

In an interview that aired on Friday’s Hugh Hewitt radio show conducted by fill-in host Ed Morrissey, soon-to-be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) expressed his disapproval of President Barack Obama’s shift in U.S. policy toward Cuba. “I don’t think

Krauthammer: Obama ‘Feels Unshackled,’ ‘Got a Free In’

On Friday’s “Hannity,” Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer explained to fill-in host Tucker Carlson what he thought was behind President Barack Obama’s new more posture regarding his administration’s policies, both foreign and domestic. “I think he was genuinely upbeat,” Krauthammer

Sony CEO: ‘We Have Not Caved’

In an interview set to air on Friday night with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton denied his studio had “caved” in cancelling the opening of “The Interview.” “The president, the press, and the public are mistaken as
Chris Rock on 'The Daily Show,' 12/18/14

Chris Rock: ‘My Movie Is Very Korean Friendly’

On Thursday’s “The Daily Show,” comedian Chris Rock, star of the movie “Top Five” out now, and would-be competitor to the canceled “The Interview” reacted to the controversy in his interview with host Jon Stewart. Rock said his movie was
Colbert Send-off

Watch: ‘Colbert Report’ Finale Send-Off Sing-A-Long

On Thursday, Comedy Central aired the final episode of “The Colbert Report,” the 30-minute follow-up program to the network’s signature “The Daily Show” that had aired going back nine years. As part of the finale, a number of celebrities sent

Jimmy Carter: ‘Proud’ of Obama for Cuba

On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” former President Jimmy Carter offered his approval on President Barack Obama’s actions toward Cuba. “This is the kind of thing that has been long overdue, and I’m very proud and grateful that President

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