Saturday Night Live
The show mocks the GOP's struggles with Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.
"I am so sick of the 1 percent getting this preferential treatment."
The deal came after Trump triggered equal opportunity rules with his "SNL" appearance.
"The stars aligned for me," the singer said of crossing paths with Palin.
Bill Hader and Fred Armisen will be honored by Smithsonian magazine.
The actor said Trump had a more tolerant persona during their personal meetings in New York.
"I don’t like to show a person sleeping at a podium," Trump says.
Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-Ill.) says letting Trump host would be a "corporate blunder."
“A lot of people are scammers,” he said.
Cast member Taran Killam will portray the GOP presidential candidate.
"The Rock" reprised "The Rock Obama," President Obama's Hulk-like alter ego, Saturday night.
“Everyone asks me, is being a senator as much fun as being on ‘Saturday Night Live?’ And the answer...
"It's not as good as I want it to be," the comic added of his impersonation.
The ad features Cruz reading “timeless Christmas classics."
The fake Trump made a naughty and nice list.
The FCC said it would continue to enforce its equal opportunity rules.
The GOP presidential candidate says ad from pro-immigration group is "terrible."
Deport Racism PAC is encouraging audience members to yell "Trump is a racist."
The retired neurosurgeon says he doesn't want to put the presidency "in the lightness of comedy."
The GOP front-runner will book a visit on a later date, a Trump spokeswoman said.
National Council of La Raza calls it "a slap in the face."
The senator objects to his diminutive portrayer on 'Saturday Night Live.'
The Hill takes a look back at some of the iconic show's greatest satirical moments.
During 'SNL' monologue, Franco and Seth Rogen reveal embarrassing hacked cellphone photos.