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Jon Stewart looked at the spectacle of Tuesday’s speech to Congress by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and the warnings about the imminent danger of Iran getting a nuclear weapon — that is, how Netanyahu has been warning about this happening very soon for almost 20 years, and calling upon the United States to take action in the Middle East.

Larry Wilmore highlighted the issue of Republicans who want to promote guns on college campuses.

Jimmy Kimmel interviewed a young store clerk from Kentucky, who made headlines when she successfully fought off a robber.

Seth Meyers hosted actor Tom Selleck, who reminisced about working with Leonard Nimoy on the movie Three Men and a Baby.

Jimmy Fallon read a set of letters written to the show by elementary school-age children — concluding with a request that he dance on his desk.

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Anti-abortion demonstrators gather outside the US Supreme Court

Washington (AFP) - The US Supreme Court on Friday ended the right to abortion in a seismic ruling that shreds half a century of constitutional protections on one of the most divisive and bitterly fought issues in American political life.

The conservative-dominated court overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade decision that enshrined a woman's right to an abortion, saying that individual states can now permit or restrict the procedure themselves.

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