Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders reaches a wide audience during his talk about universal health care, which was broadcast online.
"We live in capitalism. Its power seems inescapable. So did the divine right of kings," the science fiction writer said in a 2014 speech.
Stephen Colbert (pictured with Seth Meyers, center, and Trevor Noah, right) notes that the president "still hasn't filled his Cabinet, he didn't repeal Obamacare, there are still Muslims."
Chomsky on GOP: Has Any Organization Ever Been So Committed to Destruction of Life on Earth? (Video)
Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman asks the social critic and linguist to elaborate on his views about the Republican Party, North Korea and more.
Political theorist Brad Evans tells "The Trews" host Russell Brand: "[Terrorism] demands a certain form of intervention, which is heightened securitization, heightened militarization."
John Oliver: It's Dangerous to Think of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner as a Moderating Force (Video)
The comedian points out the vagueness of the president's daughter and son-in-law, and how this allows others to project their feelings onto them in order to believe there's some sanity in the White House.
"They do not want us to win," Corbyn says, kicking off his 2017 election campaign. "Because when we win it is the people, not the powerful, who win."
The Fox News star is officially off the airwaves, but Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah and others are not, and they have a few parting words for "Papa Bear," as Colbert likes to call O'Reilly.
On Tuesday, the British prime minister suddenly called for a snap general election. On Wednesday, Parliament approved the early election.
The social critic and linguist comments, "In our culture and society, it's considered very courageous to send a huge bomb somewhere"—but the consequences may not be those intended.