"Wow dude you're a real bad ass," tweeted Donald Trump Jr. "Did you need to use steroids this time too, or was that just to cheat others out of wins throughout your career?"
"Ouch, Fox News, you pledged to be there for him for better or worse," The Late Show host joked.
"The Hill to Die On," by Politico journalists Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer, paints Jared Kushner as naive and arrogant.
Donald Trump Jr. touted a "SAVAGE!!!" response to his father's Native American and Elizabeth Warren mockery.
In an attempt to be either funny or ironic, President Donald Trump started his Sunday by launching into several Twitter rants, including a thinly veiled, recycled punchline directed at the scientific community that compared a massive U.S. cold front and "Global Warming."
Deputy James Piper, 59, resigned from the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office after sending the "joke" bomb.
A South Carolina student's Instagram post claiming "I'm going to become a school shooter tomorrow" was intercepted by the FBI but the 14-year-old won't be charged by local police.
"I think Pete's a very humble dude and he's got a big heart."
But Sean Spicer said "SNL" executive producer Lorne Michaels should be fired for the joke.
Conservatives were quick to criticize Clinton for the remark.
Rodney Scott Berget was executed by lethal injection for a 2011 murder during a failed attempt to escape from jail.
The plane had to be escorted back by fighter jets.
Representative Ralph Norman of South Carolina mocked Ruth Bader Ginsburg's age, and sexual assault, in suggesting she was groped by Abraham Lincoln.
"There are very few people that have gone through what they have, losing everything in a day. Of course, people will go, 'What about the victims?' But you know what? The victims didn't have to go through that."
Trevor Noah, host of "The Daily Show," responded to backlash over his "legitimizing" of "far-right" racist ideologies after a joke he made on his show Monday about Africans—and not the French—winning the World Cup.
"They're upset about a sexist, crude remark?" Kelly said. "The Trump White House. Are they kidding me?"
"Rape & sexual assault are not joking matters. Citizens expect & deserve better of law enforcement," Kentucky Secretary of State, Alison Lundergan Grimes, said.
Prince Philip made a risque comment to a bodyguard on Sunday when he asked "Is that a terrorist?" in rference to a man with a long beard.
The entire segment was a parody of an issue that is now exploding in the #MeToo campaign.
Trevor Noah's show riffs on the so-called 'War on Christmas.'
Speaking at a Federalist Society event, he said, "Is Ambassador Kislyak in the room?"