We met the famous surgeon-turned-satirist and subject of the new documentary Tickling Giants.
Fawzia Mirza, a Chicago-based actress and writer, created the character of Ayesha Trump as a way to explain the reasons behind the candidate's most outrageous and hateful rhetoric.
The new musical sees Prime Minister Corbyn locked in a nuclear stand off with Putin, to the backdrop of an alleged affair with Labour MP Diane Abbott.
On the tenth anniversary of the satirical stop-motion show, we talked to creator Dino Stamatopoulos about how it depicted the American family in a way The Simpsons never could.
After an email went viral claiming that El Chapo had declared war on ISIS, the author behind the original report admitted that it was all satirical.
The movie, based on a Greek play and mostly written in rhyming couplets, throws a lot of stuff at the wall and hopes it sticks.
We met the founder of Frigidaire, the most irreverent and unconventional magazine in Italy, at his abandoned fascist summer camp and magazine headquarters.
An unauthorized biography of the British Prime Minister alleges he fooled around with a severed pig's head in college.
For as long as I can remember, the Daily Show host has been on television, being angry at something.
Berkeley Breathed announced that he'd be bringing back his cult classic comic strip after a 25-year hiatus. Here's why you should read it.
Leyonhjelm was in Melbourne as part of a senate inquiry into the medical and psychological effects of wind turbines. ClimActs were there to take the piss.
Nothing else has ever lampooned all that's wrong with modern Britain in quite the same way.
Ahmad Al-Basheer believes that one of the best ways to fight corruption and extremism in Iraq is to take the piss out of it on national TV.
I talked to the guys behind Britain Furst about their latest attempt to piss everyone off.
The Daily Show host took on the Herculean task of making the news funny for 16 years, and in the process became unexpectedly respected.
The TV shows and movies you watch say a lot about who you are as a person.
Street Cents spent 17 years on the air, but those early, weird years endeared the show to Canadian youth. Several of the show's architects and principal characters share what it was like at the time.
In the final edition of This Week in Racism, Dave Schilling reveals the way to end racism in America. Racial harmony is but a click away, my friends.
The Academy snubbed minority actors and filmmakers this year, but the problem runs deeper than black faces not holding little gold statues.
Amazon.com's Marketplace allows people from around the world to sell goods online, and some of those products are tied to hate groups.
The satirical magazine probably couldn't have existed in Ireland, where blasphemy is technically illegal.
On the latest episode of the ENTITLEMENT Podcast, we chatted with comedian Matt Ingebretson about YikYak, Tumblr, and feeling uncomfortable on social media.
A former Onion editor on why it's vitally important to defend satire, even when we don't like it.
Political analyst Jérôme Sainte-Marie fears the Charlie Hebdo murders will cause racist and xenophobic attitudes to go mainstream.