Sketch spotlights the controversy surrounding the Fox News host, who has been accused of sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior.
Dozens of staffers' forms listing their salaries, assets and liabilities are now available online.
The president again rails against the media for covering the investigations into possible Russia-Trump team ties.
The Vermont senator says it's time to 'guarantee healthcare to all people as a right.'
GoFundMe page sets a $10,000 goal to help raise awareness and lead to information that can solve the murder.
The former presidential candidate spoke about healing political divisions at a St. Patrick's Day dinner in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
The House Intelligence Committee has set a Monday deadline for Justice to turn over any evidence it may have related to the president's accusations.
Kate McKinnon's Jeff Sessions gets a do-over on his Senate confirmation hearing.
The Obama appointee had served since 2009 as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Veterans of multiple presidential administrations, including John Kerry and Madeleine Albright, write that the revised order reinforces ISIS propaganda to disaffected Muslims.
Comey says Trump's accusations are false and is worried about FBI credibility, 'New York Times' reports.
Kate McKinnon channels Forrest Gump to make light of Attorney General Jeff Sessions's very bad week in Washington.
Former president's spokesperson rejects Trump's assertions as 'simply false.'
White House spokesperson doesn't rule out Attorney General Jeff Sessions recusing himself, but other Republicans reject the suggestion.
White House says the report, which found 'country of origin' as an unreliable indicator of terrorism, is incomplete.
Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein says the president's attacks on the media are 'more treacherous than Richard Nixon's attacks on the press.'
The president delivered a greatest hits set, boasting of policy goals and repeating criticisms of the judiciary, Democrats and the press.
The newly elected president is chummy among the club members, joking about inviting them along on Cabinet interviews.
Policy adviser spars with ABC host George Stephanopoulos over Trump's continued, unsubstantiated claims.
Policy aide continues the administration's attacks on the judiciary, declines to detail next legal steps.
Melissa McCarthy returns to belittle the press as White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Demonstrations and counter-demonstrations are being held at clinics nationwide.
President also repeats unsupported claims about rampant voter fraud.