While we wait for House Democrats to get their act together, John Oliver wants everyone to understand impeachment -- and why it may be inevitable.
Kimmel delivers a very special farewell to Sarah Huckabee Sanders, whose abusive mendacity from the White House press podium became its own legend.
Colbert has the simplest explanation of US trade policy: “Trump threatened Mexico with tariffs, unless they did the thing that they were already doing.”
Aren’t equal rights already guaranteed to women in the US Constitution? Most people think so, but they’re wrong. As John Oliver points out in the latest episode of Last Week Tonight, that’s why women (and ...
Pelosi reportedly said that when it comes to Trump, she doesn't want him impeached. She wants him in prison. “Why do we have to choose?” retorted Colbert.
Piers Morgan's sycophantic Trump interview irritated Colbert, who asked, “We’re complimenting the president for good behavior like he’s a…like he’s a dog?”
Oliver's Green New Deal is about carbon taxes, not cow farts. With science guy Bill Nye he explains the problem and the solutions brilliantly.
Colbert reviews the exposé of Trump’s 1985-94 tax returns, which showed over a billion dollars in business losses by the stable genius.
We are suffering a plague of “dumbf*ckery,” according to George Clooney -- and now his pal Jimmy Kimmel has given the actor-activist a chance to speak out.
SNL star Kate McKinnon resembles Senator Warren, does a remarkable voice impression of her -- and her caustic remarks about Trump are dead on.
According to Meyers, Barr probably didn’t want to repeat the stuttering gaffe he uttered when a skilled questioner -- Sen. Kamala Harris, to be exact -- pulled a can of whup-ass on him.
As a pompous load who condescended to Robert Mueller during his testimony, Barr earned this brilliant and brutal Colbert takedown.