Famed for “Carpool Karaoke,” James Corden is just a funny, clever guy who rarely intervenes in politics — but after reading about the public resignation of six members of the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, he spoke out forcefully on The Late Late Show. He’s not thrilled by Donald Trump’s health care policy, especially concerning the […]
The late night shows were dominated Wednesday by Donald Trump’s bizarre combination victory speech, press conference — and infomercial for Trump products.
The late night shows were all discussing one topic: The Super Tuesday results, and Donald Trump’s continued takeover of the Republican Party.
In the wake of the South Carolina primary, two topics dominated the late night shows: Donald Trump’s steamrolling victory — and the final, definitive end of Jeb Bush.
Colbert: Mr. Trump, Mr. Pope — I believe that’s his formal name — is it possible that you guys are fighting because you have so much in common?”
Larry Wilmore examined the latest school textbook revisions from Texas — eliminating references to the slave trade, Jim Crow laws, and the Ku Klux Klan.
But the even more crucial question, as Seth discovered: Does Jeb even want to be president, or is he simply running due to family pressure?
Stephen Colbert was excited for Pope Francis’ visit to New York, so much so that he invited the leader of the Catholic Church to appear on his show.
The late night shows caught up on the Republican debate — and to borrow a line from Donald Trump, there was a lot of material of which they could make fun.
Stephen Colbert highlighted the merchandise being sold by the presidential campaigns, and presented his own idea for an alternative branded merchandise.
Larry Wilmore brought a special guest on ‘The Nightly Show’ to provide an expert commentary on what it’s like to be just about to leave a job: Jon Stewart from ‘The Daily Show.’ But for his part, Jon said Obama isn’t quite in ‘don’t care’ mode — he’s in ‘I’m gonna build me a library with my name on it’ mode.
Larry Wilmore and Mike Yard took another look at Donald Trump’s potential appeal to minority voters — as a 1990s rapper getting into fights with everyone.
Jon Stewart came back from his two-week vacation — and was glad to have Donald Trump around, as “the patron saint of topical comedians who are just running out the clock.”
Jimmy Fallon welcomed a special surprise guest, director Judd Apatow — with some ideas to use Jimmy’s finger-cast as advertising space.
Jimmy Fallon returned from an interesting vacation — in which he almost lost a finger due to an unusual injury, an experience that has left him with profound gratitude to his doctors.
Jon Stewart, Jordan Klepper, and Hasan Minhaj had a collective reaction to the prospects of The Donald’s candidacy that was less than “safe for work.”