The Guarding America's Youth Coalition is taking credit for Tennessee's "Don't Say Gay" law, and taking the logical next step: "Don't Say Other Stuff Either."
A couple of Wall Street executives invite the protests to continue. But just for this one, randomly selected day.
We visited a polling place here in New York to catch all the buzz surrounding this year's momentous local elections.
Willy Wonka wants Charlie Bucket to take over the ol' Chocolate Factory.
Funny Or Die News hits the streets to get real world advice for this year's graduating seniors.
If you find yourself at the Governors Ball, there's no wrong way to enjoy the awesome bands, unless you ask them these questions. Mike Scollins talks to Mike Scollins, Echosmith, Noel Gallagher, Death From Above 1979, Logic, St. Vincent, "Weird Al" Yankovic, HOLYCHILD, Streets of Laredo, White Lu...
Someone is smoking marijuana at Governors Ball and Mike Scollins is going to find out who.
Mike reviews all the port-a-potties at Pemberton Music Festival 2015.
This weekend, The New York Times reported on the unprecedented assistance from AT&T in the release of billions of customers’ private emails to the NSA. And in an unlikely turn from AT&T’s traditional customer service practices, apparently these guys were all too eager to help.
The former president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, comes out of hiding to help usher in a new era of commerce for his nation.
Brain surgeon and presidential candidate Ben Carson has released his new campaign commercial!
Funny Or Die News correspondent Mike Scollins visits the Museum of Sex and talks to museum curator, Sarah Forbes, to see just what goes on over there.
Big Bird gets an internship at Funny Or Die because he wants to be a comedy writer when he grows up.