"Full-Frontal" won't have commercials on Wednesday, but it will have plenty of gags designed to speak to Election Night jitters.
"Future generations will refer to you as that turd sandwich that accidentally won an election one time. But hey, at least you're rich. Am I right?" the Lincoln Project ad says of Trump.
The Boss speaks about Biden's upbringing in Scranton, PA, as his song "My Hometown" plays in the background.
Set to a soaring orchestral musical score, the new 52-second social network ad blast takes aim at President Trump by including statements made by Biden's Republican supporters.
A new ad features exotic dancers from Atlanta encouraging everyone to, well, take their booties to the polls.
The Finnish campaign comes as Burger King is the official partner for Helsinki Pride.
The cast of "The Daily Show" posed as partners in a humorous law firm for "presidential attorneys," complete with a phone number you can call.
People on Twitter likened the new 'Welcome Home' ad to a Jordan Peele horror film or the 'Jurassic Park' movies.
"We are calling on all Republican officials to condemn these actions and to hold their party accountable for putting lives at risk in order to hold onto power."
The attack ad "Mourning in America" is a play on President Ronald Reagan's 1984 campaign ad "Morning in America" and targets President Donald Trump's response to coronavirus.
During a Thursday broadcast of 'The 11th Hour,' Williams and guest Mara Gay cited a factually inaccurate tweet that criticized Bloomberg for not sharing his wealth with every living American.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio tapped "Rebel Yell" singer Billy Idol to be the spokesperson of New York City's new campaign against idling.
"Here's hoping this goes over better the second time.... Merry Christmas to my actual girlfriend," actor Sean Hunter wrote on Instagram.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker admitted on CNN he was "caught off guard" by a Super PAC attack ad targeting South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, but said November poll leaders never win the Dem nomination.
Before he was president, Donald Trump took out a full-page ad in some of New York City's most popular newspapers to condemn the Central Park Five.
"Advertisers don't tell our journalists what they can say or what they can write," Fox Corp. CEO Lachlan Murdoch said.
"We're only getting stronger together," the poster declares, with a striking resemblance to the 2016 Clinton campaign's main slogan.
The store's owner claims he was simply making a religious statement.
The Oscar-winning actor, who played God in "Bruce Almighty," has reprised the role in an Israeli commercial.
"Let President Trump know we appreciate what he is doing for America," Trump's 2020 campaign manager, Brad Parscale, says in a new ad.
The ad is part of a strategy by the president of stoking racial fears in voters ahead of the midterm elections next week.
"You are a despicable divider; the worse social poison to afflict our country in decades," Al Cardenas wrote on Twitter about Trump's latest attack ad against Democrats.