The "Last Week Tonight" host analyzes three traits shared by authoritarian leaders to try to understand their appeal to voters.
The "Last Week Tonight" host argues the Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy is the "logical result of a general hard-right turn toward demonizing immigrants for political advantage."
Donald Trump isn't the first U.S. president to maintain a questionable relationship with Saudi Arabia, but the comedian says he may be the first who doesn't view it as a compromise.
Acknowledging trade is complex on a number of fronts, the "Last Week Tonight" host details the numerous ways the U.S. president's approach to the issue is founded in misconceptions and ignorance.
Astroturfing, the term used to describe marketing campaigns that are camouflaged as activism, is becoming more prevalent.
The "Last Week Tonight" host outlines why "we need to find out who our district attorneys are and get a sense of the policies and priorities that they're carrying out where we live."
The "Last Week Tonight" host offers a primer on sexual harassment in the workplace three decades ago and today, then invites a special guest to talk about her personal experience in battling the issue.
The "Last Week Tonight" host dismisses Hollywood-esque hysteria over genetic engineering, but highlights some of its very real dangers.
The "Last Week Tonight" host becomes the latest in a line of political comedians to condemn Attorney General Jeff Sessions' “objectively awful" directives at the U.S. border with Mexico.
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