Jimmy Fallon debuted his Bernie Sanders impression on "The Tonight Show," while Larry David has been playing the Democratic presidential candidate on "Saturday Night Live."
CNNMoney's Brian Stelter talks to CBS CEO and new Chariman Les Moonves about why streaming companies like Amazon and Netflix are going to be "very important" to CBS' future and how they will impact the media giant's bottom line.
The Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah ripped into former pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli in an 11 minute video posted on YouTube.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani criticized Beyoncé's Super Bowl halftime performance, accusing the singer of using the platform to "attack police officers."
Stephen Colbert kicked off his live "Late Show" following Super Bowl 50 with a big surprise guest: President Obama.
From the Hulk drinking Coke to Steve Harvey poking fun at himself, these are the best ads that premiered during the game.
CNN's Brian Stelter and a panel of political commentators break down what went wrong during the candidate introductions at ABC's GOP debate.
Bernie Sanders appeared on Saturday Night Live alongside host and Bernie-doppleganger Larry David. The presidential candidate railed against the 1% on the deck of the Titanic, and impersonated Donald Trump.
ESPN football analyst Adam Schefter highlights one of the biggest problems in sports journalism today: opinion masquerading as reporting.