Trump's advisers warn that Giuliani is giving the president “unwarranted optimism” about his chances of overturning the election results.
Viewers loved the comic relief.
The editor in chief said the outlet did it for the first time in its nearly 100-year history to mark a "consequential" moment.
“I mean, what job do you have for four years no matter what?” the comedian asks "SNL's" first live audience since the COVID-19 outbreak.
This election year calls for some over-the-top reminders that everyone needs to cast a ballot come November.
Lead plaintiff Fair Fight Action said it will look at additional legal options to restore the voters.
"It has so much energy — that’s why I’m puking every day.”
How to be hopeful and terrified at the same time.
The singer urged fans to "get out and vote" in next month's midterm elections.
The event was the first of two rallies the former first lady is scheduled to headline for the nonpartisan, nonprofit organization she co-chairs, When We All Vote.