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9:20 AM ET 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.
September 29 The candidate's latest controversy involves her changing height.
September 28 The Ohioan's imminent exit provides fodder for late-night hosts.
September 25 John Boehner cried, the pontiff ate with the homeless and everyone was interested in the Catholic leader.
September 24 Pope Francis is in the United States and late-night TV is all over this historic event.
September 22 It is difficult to interpret exactly what the Democrat is saying.
September 21 When the candidate said the scripture was his favorite book, no one knew that he was talking about the King Trump Version.
September 18 Ben Carson is too languid and the Trump/Paul feud heats up.
September 17 The Texan has an advertisement that looks and sounds a lot like the Gipper's iconic 1980s bear ad.
September 16 The candidate's poll numbers with evangelicals are increasing.
September 15 The mogul-turned-candidate went to military school and knows a lot about war from his experience there.
September 14 The candidate's mouth gets him in trouble again.
September 11 With the ubiquity of the "Make America Great" headwear, Stephen Colbert has ideas on chapeaus for many candidates.
September 10 After Jeb Bush spoke Spanish last week, Trump and Palin want him to be unilingual on the campaign trail.
September 9 If it has buttons, Hillary Clinton doesn't know how to use it.
September 3 Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel tackle the important issues of our time.
September 1 If Trump can lead in the polls in 2015, why can't an outspoken musician in 2020?
August 24 When it comes to discrimination, the Constitution isn't what some people think it is.
August 21 The real estate mogul is a fighter and he got that from WWE.
August 20 After being pressed on her email scandal, the Democrat can't come up with a good answer.
August 19 The mogul's new position paper would've kept his own grandfather out of the United States.
August 18 Trump's got a chopper and Clinton is her usual secretive self.
August 17 The relationship between the United States and Cuba is changing.
August 14 Late Night has some video of the real estate magnate's version of "Witch Doctor."
August 13 Sanders leads Clinton in New Hampshire polls for the first time.
August 12 The frontrunners in each party are having some frontrunner problems.
August 11 The mogul's feud with Megyn Kelly is dominating the headlines.
August 10 Bill Maher looks at the moderator's hard-hitting questions.
August 7 Conan O'Brien finds people -- and things -- who look like the players in Thursday's debate.
August 6 Late-night TV hosts skewer the candidates the night before the Fox News event.
August 5 The Daily Show has the newest ad from the Democratic frontrunner.
August 4 The mogul and 2016 GOP frontrunner continues to say outrageous things.
August 3 Last Week Tonight tackles Congressional representation of the nation's capital this week.
July 31 He may not email or text, but he really doesn't have to.