If we are now a failed country, it is not because we have a failed presidency, although we do. It is because we are a failed people.
The comedian uses his personal experience to ask the philosophical questions that need to animate every debate about health care.
In a discussion with Truthdig, the political commentator and comedian argued that “brilliant comedians” are becoming establishment mouthpieces.
Here's one surprising, trending catchphrase from Sunday night's event at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles: "Topple the patriarchy!"
Watch as the candidate attempts to give a speech while dealing with the comedian's "mansplaining."
When David Letterman pushes away from his desk on CBS' "Late Night with David Letterman" in 2015, Stephen Colbert will be ready to pull up a chair.
The "Real Time" host appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Tuesday where he mocked a number of his favorite topics including religious holidays, the Catholic Church and the Bible.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Jamie Dimon's "punishment" for a massive trading loss and Jimmy Kimmel spoofs the gun control debate.
Social scientist and late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel recently conducted a classic experiment, asking unsuspecting pedestrians to comment on the new iPhone 5, which was actually an old iPhone 4S.
Washington journalism is like high school It has the same cool kids, mean girls, social rankings and the big prom—the White House Correspondents' Association's annual dinner But unlike what happens in high school, the insular behavior of the Washington media affects the whole nation.