Play of the Day
November 25 Jimmy Fallon looks at a recent poll of voters.
November 24 The candidate's coiffure is once again a topic for late-night jokes.
November 23 Stephen Colbert has figured out loopholes in the rule.
November 20 Stephen Colbert isn't so sure about 'that big green lady' in New York Harbor.
November 19 This week, the Carson campaign released a graphic that totally rearranged New England.
November 18 The 2016 hopeful cites climate, religion and other things in trying to keep them out.
November 17 The Democratic frontrunner needs to take cues from Ted Cruz in the debates.
November 16 The 2016 candidate spoke at length in Iowa late last week and late-night noticed.
November 13 "Babies for Bernie" is now a thing, apparently.
November 12 The GOP candidate had his own Rick Perry moment Tuesday.
November 11 Late-night tackles Trump, Jeb Bush's recent comments and a SIGAR report.
November 10 The media continues to scrutinize the Ben Carson 2016 campaign.
November 9 The neurosurgeon-turned-candidate's backstory is being questioned again.
November 6 Campaign ads can be tricky, especially when original songs are involved.
November 5 Late-night hosts joke about the possibly sleepy GOP frontrunner.
November 4 Ben Carson really doesn't want "gotcha" questions.
November 3 Seth Meyers examines the letter the RNC sent to networks with debate restrictions.
November 2 Maybe it's not time yet to celebrate with a backflip and a broken leg.
October 30 Late-night shows wrap up Wednesday's festivities.
October 29 He may not be leading in every poll anymore, but he's definitely late-night comedy's favorite candidate.
October 28 Mercurial former boxer Mike Tyson lends his support behind the candidate.
October 27 Everyone knows what the candidate's wish was when she blew out her candles.
October 23 The Benghazi hearing took forever, but the former State Department chief found an opening to tout "Hard Choices."
October 22 The Democratic frontrunner is ready to go to Vegas or have a dance party.
October 21 Canada's election looks quaint to American eyes.
October 20 A Twitter beef has been reignited between two of the top GOP candidates.
October 19 Larry David plays Sanders as an everyman who only has one pair of underwear.
October 16 The Rhode Islander's bad week continues.
October 15 The Rhode Islander's debate performance left a lot to be desired.
October 14 The Wisconsin Republican does not want the job.
October 13 So many questions remain: Will Joe Biden show up? Will Sanders go after Clinton? Who are these other guys?
October 12 The disarray continues the week after Kevin McCarthy decided he didn't want the job.
October 9 The House GOP is in disarray after Kevin McCarthy withdrew his name from consideration.
October 8 The 2016 candidate is under fire for comments made in the wake of the Oregon shooting.
October 7 Late-night hosts look at the slumping GOP frontrunner.
October 6 No one seems to know how to stop all the shootings in the U.S.
October 5 Last Week Tonight examines the latest Secret Service scandal.
October 2 The candidate has high negatives, but still leads in the polls.
October 1 The Democratic frontrunner has problems with these kind of messages.
September 30 The two presidents shook hands, ate lunch and held talks during the United Nations General Assembly.