Adrian Jr. Carrillo says they put up the so-called border in response to complaints made by their "racist neighbor."
Some humorous news stories can catch readers off-guard today, but strange and funny tales can still be true.
A photo of the Vermont senator getting vaccinated has inspired people on Twitter to joke that Sanders is actually a really big Titus Andronicus fan.
The dad does his best Will Ferrell impression, serenading his daughter in public and screaming that he knows her.
The singer and actress sets the news to the tune of Beyoncé, Rodgers and Hammerstein and more in her quick videos that hopefully inspire you to read more about the stories she's singing about.
Unfortunately, we don't know if the kid was successful in infiltrating the refrigerator and getting whatever it was they were searching for.
Wearing a messy blonde wig and sloppy red lipstick, the actor emulated the viral witness video to hilarious effect to show just how ridiculous the testimony was.
The original "And I Oop" video is barely used now, but still just as funny - hence the meme of it all!
One comedian tweeted, "in honor of international men's day i will watch one of the jackass films this evening."
Many people debated whether Americans would be in favor of cancelling student debt, especially if they'd already paid off loans or didn't go to college.
Withers did not respond to our request for comment via Instagram direct message in time for publication, or, for a breakfast invitation.
"Full-Frontal" won't have commercials on Wednesday, but it will have plenty of gags designed to speak to Election Night jitters.
When 2020 got in the way of trick-or-treating, the group Live for Another found a way to still deliver candy with "reverse trick-or-treating."
The book apparently made almost $100,000 from fans paying whatever amount they chose—and it all went to a variety of causes, according to Serrano.
Improv Everywhere created an office that floats in the middle of the East River, much to the delight of passing boats and jet skis.
Four years ago, David Pumpkins found his way into a haunted elevator and our hearts, but the character has remained beloved so many years after the skit first aired.
Scully's patient but curt responses led to the C-SPAN political editor earning the title on "Last Week Tonight."
Firstman hypes up the "fly-boss" in the video, and people are loving it.
Even though the comedian conceded that he may have been a little hard on a fan named Karen, he said that he had no regrets and thanked fans for their support.
People online are describing an Alabama man as a real-life Clayton Bigsby, the blind white supremacist character who doesn't realize he's Black, played by Dave Chappelle.
A staple of the Chicago local media, Taft was beloved as a weatherman for bringing an upbeat sense of humor to his forecasts.
Krasinski's virtual prom was a star-studded affair, giving high school seniors a unique and fun experience in lieu of their traditional prom.
Pete Buttigieg opened up in a 'New York' interview about his experience hosting "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" for an audience-less episode during the coronavirus outbreak.
Yes, some cases should be off-limits, but if Floridians don't laugh, we just might cry.
What sound does a turkey with a limp make? Wobble, wobble.
Its "flavorful splash removes foul executive orders."