The brown diamond ring made its debut appearance at San Diego Comic-Con.
She's "pretty cool; it's hard to have any complaints," Jost has said of his now-fiancé.
In "Pirro's" drinking game, she takes a swig every time Donald Trump ignores a congressional subpoena.
Mother’s Day procrastinators, it’s going to be hard to top this.
Crazy speech was like the Gettysburg Address for the Florida Panhandle, quips Jost on "Saturday Night Live."
The prank didn't quite satisfy the peckish House Democrat who raised a flap about the attorney general skipping the Judiciary Committee meeting.
The “Weekend Update” co-anchor called the critic a “mediocre ass white dude” after his op-ed called Jost the show’s “most despised cast member.”
Trump "smells like steak and complimentary bathroom cologne," percolating "Pirro" tells Colin Jost.
Colin Jost mocks president's flag-hug as something mentally challenged Lennie in Steinbeck's novel "Of Mice and Men" would do.
The "Weekend Update" co-anchor also confesses he's tired of making jokes about Donald Trump.
“Y’all are BuzzFeed. You do memes and lists," said Michael Che.
The 2020 presidential candidate told the "Weekend Update" desk she knows she's not likable.
Bush "was famously a very warm and gracious man who understood the power in being able to laugh at yourself.”
"My boss tweeted it so it's real," insists "intern" Cecily Strong.
Those one-liners from the Sept. 29 show may have come back to haunt him.
In an ABC News interview, the first lady said the jacket was a deliberate choice directed at “the people and for the left-wing media who are criticizing me.”
Michael Che also dropped an uncensored N-word in what he said was one of his four contractually allowed uses this season.
The "Weekend Update" co-anchor calls out President Trump's nominee.
The "Saturday Night Live" stars didn't shy away from making fun of their industry's shortcomings.