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The senator from New York, who joins a growing field of Democratic contenders, sets health care, schools and job training as priorities.
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.
The Massachusetts senator discusses the hottest topics in American politics with the "Late Show" host.
The magazine is honoring the man who started the "Take a Knee" movement for being a "powerful symbol of activism and resistance."
The "Last Week Tonight" host argues that removing the racist symbols is a way to come to terms with American history.
Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah and other comedians respond to the massacre in Nevada with a variety of messages, many calling for gun control.
The former FBI head thought he was being "pranked" when news broke that he had been fired, but Stephen Colbert points out he'd actually been "Trump'd."
"The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" gives viewers a rapid-fire look at what it calls "the 99-day dumpster fire you just lived through."
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."