We spoke to Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington about On Cinema's clairvoyance, lonely white men, and why Judd Apatow's tweets make Tim sad.
'The Day Shall Come' director and cast explain why the movie satirising the intelligence agency is a rare example of punching up in comedy.
Choosy parents are choosing not to vaccinate, and the results are really showing!
"Who really wants to see themselves as Adolf Hitler on a poster?"
"I always wanted to sell out! It’s just nobody wanted to buy me."
And was found at a garage sale. And was printed as is. Or so the comedy writer Mike Sacks would like you to believe.
The leading humor publication has taken a stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict in a way that most "real" newspapers haven't.
A 1921 issue of Judge Magazine published what some people are calling "The First Meme."
It seems using the c word in comedy is still a no go for our leaders. If you use it to refer to them.
A bizarre story shows how toxic the media environment has become.
Donald Trump has a history of spreading falsehoods. This week he, well, did some more of that. What'd you expect?
We spoke to Marnie Shure, managing editor of the site that did fake news before it was cool.