It will weaken the economy for years—reducing demand, widening inequality and increasing the national debt by at least $1.5 trillion over a decade.
2016 has already started off as an eventful year for political comedy.
Now that Christmas is over, here's some funny advice from the "Last Week Tonight" host about what to do with the gifts you don't need or want.
"The Late Show" host put out a series of eight videos, one for each night of the Jewish holiday, featuring various comedians, as well as a comical clip on Christmas party apologies.
In preparation for the holidays, here’s a survival guide for dealing with your right-wing relatives.
Using ProPublica’s Nonprofit Explorer and a charity’s own documents, you can make a more informed giving decision.
Of all the holidays in all the world, New Year's Eve always seems to be more hassle than it's worth. Thankfully, the "Last Week Tonight" host can help you get out of any celebration you want to avoid.
Right around now, many Americans are picking at the last few chunks of leftover turkey.
The holiday season is upon us. Sadly, the big retailers are Scrooges when it comes to paying their staffs.
For those of you suffering from Colbert withdrawals while he's on a holiday break, the pundit generously created this clip so, according to Colbert himself, you can spend Thanksgiving with the thing you're most thankful for: him.