'Fox & Friends' cheers the Nunes memo and Trump's insecurities on 'SNL'


For this week’s cold open sketch, Saturday Night Live paid a visit to Donald Trump’s preferred source of fake news, Fox & Friends.

Of course it did. Between the Nunes memo, the State of the Union address, and the ongoing adventures of Stormy Daniels, this has been a big week in Trumpworld.

A sketch like this is all about the celebrity guests, and this one doesn’t disappoint. Cecily Strong delivers her impression of Trump Communications Director Hope Hicks, who compares jobs at the White House to “when a group of strangers suddenly work together to push a beached whale back into the sea.”

Chris Redd owns his moment as Louis Farrakhan. He can’t understand why he’s on Fox News and the Fox & Friends crew has no concept of who they’re talking to. If IRL Farrakhan appeared on Fox, it would probably go something like this. Read more…

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Google Arts & Culture app can match your selfies to famous paintings

Google’s Arts & Culture app is arguably the best virtual museum you can “visit” from your smartphone right now. With its simple and intuitive interface and extensive, ever-expanding collection of art pieces, the can seriously become a real time-waster.

Yes, it is a great app for art and history lovers alike, but guess what made Arts & Culture so popular lately? The new feature that lets you match your selfie to famous works of art, that’s what. Yes, forget about actually having interest in all this otherwise, but let people snap selfies and have …

Juke the nuke: How to make sure emergency broadcasts & AMBER alerts on your iOS/Android phone are enabled

Residents of Hawaii were up for a rough awakening last Saturday morning when their phones blasted off the one warning you’ll never want to hear – the emergency alert that an intercontinental ballistic missile is incoming to the beautiful pacific archipelago. Luckily for humankind, the chilling warning turned out to have been mistakenly triggered by a state employee that chose the wrong option from a drop-down menu and sent the state of Hawaii in grave panic for more than 40 minutes. 

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Jabra Elite 65t & Jabra Elite Active 65t hands-on

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Hearthstone: Kobolds & Catacombs expansion will be launched on December 7

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Black & White (panda) Google Pixel 2 XL is now back in stock

In early October, when Google started taking pre-orders for
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Pixel 2 remains out of stock, the Black & White (aka panda) Pixel 2 XL can
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With the help of a few apps, you can use the iPhone 8 like a pro

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