"Republicans have happily complained about the flaws in the law, taken no responsibility for fixing them and, in fact, have often undermined the whole thing. But that time is now over. It is their turn to present a plan and the clock is ticking."
Oh, 1999: the heyday of boy bands, bold denim ensembles and obscured, TV-friendly sexuality— that is, until Nick, James and Jordan came along.
And they're willing to tell a couple of lies if that's what it'll take to give sweet Slugger a home.
Elijah never imagined he would be so invested in the inner workings of "The Bachelor," but life can be weird.
Listening to Zach Galifianakis send faxes is a hell we wouldn't wish on our worst enemy, but at least Corden learned a valuable lesson here: be very careful what you say.
Say what you want about "Doogie Howser," NPH knows a thing or two about eggs.
"The films everyone will tell you to see but you'll never quite get around to."
Take it from Will Forte: When your leg starts "trickling" a clear liquid, it's time to see a doctor.
When an armoire is wearing more of a bathing suit than the cover model, it really makes you wonder if this magazine is really about "swimsuits."
Jordan does his Barack Obama impersonation for Seth and speculates what the former president is thinking about the country right now. » Subscribe to Late Nig...
What has Trump been smoking? Stephen has an inkling.
Maybe Vladimir Putin just incidentally has millions of unearned dollars and his enemies serendipitously keep dying of radiation poisoning. Maybe.
Our sincerest hope is that his sister is just messing with him.
13-year-old Robert Irwin shows Jimmy a dwarf crocodile, an armadillo, a red-tail boa and two sloths.
"A nuclear holocaust, an attack on Mosul and antisemitism... and those were just the President's opening remarks."
Mariah had a rough and tumble performance a month ago. She's back now to remind you that she is one hell of a singer.
Taking animals off endangered lists, legalizing toxic coal juice dumping. These are the issues Americans care most about, right?
Any excuse to rewatch any part of "The Usual Suspects," even with a costumed Stephen Colbert, is a good thing.
And it has all the components of a great movie: German spies, "segments of blood," robot monster pigs and the big high school dance.
"[He lasted] 24 days? I use disposable razors longer than that."
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