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Jimmy Kimmel looked at the latest problem on Capitol Hill: Police offers who have been leaving their guns in the public bathrooms.

Conan O’Brien went about the management task of giving staff performance reviews. But first, he would have to find out who actually works for him, and what they all do — and also look at his own performance.

Jimmy Fallon did a fun little feature: “Misheard Lyrics,” as submitted by viewers on Twitter.

Seth Meyers welcomed some special guests to his show: His mother, and his aunts.

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Republicans in the Arizona state Senate are officially off the hook for the $2.8 million needed to replace hundreds of voting machines ruined during the GOP-led, scandal-ridden "audit" of the 2020 election results in the state, the Arizona Republic reported.

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted in August to force GOP state senators — who had signed an agreement saying that they would be responsible for any costs incurred from their "forensic audit" of the state's 2020 election — to pay the millions for the machines.

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In December 2019, when then-President Donald Trump was facing his first of two impeachments, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie launched the nonprofit Right Direction America to defend him. The 2022 campaign of far-right Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida, a hardcore Trumpista, donated $100,000 to the nonprofit earlier this year during Trump's second impeachment — and journalist Roger Sollenberger, in an article published by the Daily Beast, stresses that the donation raises some questions.

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