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For 'SNL,' Donald Trump Is the Gift That Keeps on Giving
'Saturday Night Live' is enjoying its best ratings in 8 years, and being criticized by Donald Trump for Alec Baldwin's portrayal is likely to help even more
Bill Murray Accepts Humor Prize After Gentle Roast
Bill Murray received the nation's top prize for comedy after listening to more than a dozen of his co-stars and collaborators joke about his elusiveness and quirky personality
The Latest: Bill Murray Receives Prize at Kennedy Center
Bill Murray accepted a bust of Mark Twain for his lifetime achievement in comedy _ and immediately handed it to the audience to be passed around
10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday: 1. HOW POLITICAL MAP IS SHIFTING Though Trump's campaign insists it's premature to count him out, Clinton's path to winning the White House has only grown wider in the race's final weeks. 2.
TV Legend Carol Burnett Signed to ABC Sitcom Project
Carol Burnett is likely headed back to series television in a multicamera ABC sitcom
For Suzy Nakamura, 'Dr. Ken' Means Diversity, 'Gwishins'
Actress-comedian Suzy Nakamura, who grew up a quiet child in Chicago, is making noise as a smart, self-possessed sitcom wife on ABC's "Dr Ken." She's also relishing the series' diversity, including an episode about Korean gwishins, or ghosts
Donald Trump Tweets 'SNL' Spoof Was A 'Hit Job'
So the last debate had so many really strange moment. I it was just begging for highest amount to do something about it and that's what we got Saturday night take a look to. Okay. Not surprisingly not only not lamp thing. He pleaded whacked Saturday Night Live hit job on me at times we're tired
Trump Calls SNL's Parody of Him a 'Hit Job'
Donald Trump called the most recent "Saturday Night Live" sketch a "hit job," and said it is "time to retire the boring and unfunny show," despite a long history of political candidate spoofs.
A Look at Hacked Emails From Clinton's Campaign Chairman
Hacked emails released in daily dispatches this past week by the WikiLeaks group exposed the inner workings of Hillary Clinton's campaign leading up to her 2015 announcement that she would seek the presidency and through this year's primary