Most Americans don't realize this, but el Líder Máximo was the inspiration for—and butt of—a lot of very excellent jokes.
It turns out the Treasury Department doesn't appreciate my sense of humor.
Behind every famous politician is a comedy writer or two in charge of making sure that he or she has a sense of humour.
A 28-year-old history teacher says he was hanging at a Brooklyn sports bar Saturday and the conversation turned to politics. That's when shit got weird.
Clay Martin Croker has passed away aged 54. He inspired everyone from Tim and Eric, to Hannibal Buress, and Eric Andre.
In 2016, the world's oldest comeback should seem outdated and sexist – but for some reason it's more visible than ever.
Share the Safety is a vicious, bleak joke, but it's the only kind of joke you can make about the debate over guns in the US.
Stand-up is basically an acceptable form of public self-harm. As someone who thinks a lot about self harm, it's one place I feel accepted.
The longest, most embarrassing day of the year starts now.
Robert Bender says people are spewing more bullshit these days than they ever have before, so he founded a company that sends it right back at them.
Chris Rock and Ali G are the latest to crack wise at Asians' expense, but they're hardly the first.
Not a lot of money and crippling self doubt: what's the draw of being a stand-up?
When you search for "average man," you get a picture of Michael Whatley's face. And now, he's the face of a fake Banksy meet-and-greet.
The 2015 Andy Kaufman Award show featured a monologue from Independence Day, a girl who "gets really reasonable when she's drunk," and a weird sex god named the Grand Inquisitor.
Death by meme is the worst way to go, but is there a secret to becoming a successful random internet sensation?
In the premiere of his new Comedy Central show Why?, America's most laid-back comedian dips into try-hard sketch comedy.
A dreadlocked Jew from Brooklyn walks into the Christian Comedy Association's annual conference to tell a few jokes...
"Raunchy? I don't think I'm raunchy. All my male peers get to talk about their dicks without being labelled dirty."
The holiday has become a wasteland of commercialisation and bad jokes, but one brave group of heroes is fighting back, one upset stomach at a time.
Marc Maron, Hannibal Buress, Chris Cubas and others look back at one of the best and weirdest stand-ups to ever hold a mic.
#Gamergate can't take a joke, make a documentary without falling out, or tie its laces. Probably.
I attributed an anti-capitalist line from 19th-century economist Thorstein Veblen to the 28-year-old actress and writer.
We talked to a few luminaries to ask them: How do you get people to laugh?
Gabriella is a foul-mouthed baby heathen.