Play of the Day
July 22 Nothing says "humility" like a gold backdrop and your name in a huge font.
July 21 The RNC speaker got the crowd riled up about the Democratic nominee.
July 20 The prospective First Lady took some lines from the current one.
July 19 Delegations are walking out, Mike Pence is Trump's VP pick and Sarah Palin is absent because Alaska is very very far away.
July 18 Clinton, Putin and Trump want to "catch 'em all."
July 15 Reports say it's Mike Pence, but Trump seems to be weighing his options.
July 14 Stephen Colbert wonders if the GOP is missing some opportunities.
July 13 The former rivals are "stronger together," but that wasn't the original idea.
July 12 Stephen Colbert hits the Democrat for her email scandal again.
July 7 "Grandma Nixon" and a "traffic cone soaked in raw sewage" are America's choices this year.
July 6 The Democratic nominee will not be indicted.
July 1 Things got weird in Ottawa.
June 30 The only thing that's changed in the course of this long investigation is the chairman's hair.
June 29 Donald Trump sets his sights on the potential veep pick while she campaigns with Hillary Clinton.
June 28 The Daily Show and Full Frontal see the U.K. vote as a warning to the U.S.
June 27 Late-night jokes about the huge news out of the United Kingdom.
June 23 While Hillary Clinton jokes about his bankruptcies, but his companies are benefiting from his campaign.
June 22 Everyone loves her in "You've Lost Mail."
June 21 Samantha Bee looks at one of Donald Trump's favorite phrases.
June 20 Stephen Colbert found correspondence from past presidents to their paramours.
June 17 Late-night hosts note the issues with any secret government list.
June 16 Larry Wilmore worries that some creative editing is forthcoming after the president calls the terminology a "distraction."
June 15 The presumptive GOP nominee turned 70 this week.
June 14 After the massacre, comedians bring some small bit of levity.
June 13 Why is Clinton fighting on Trump's home turf?
June 10 Obama meets with Sanders, but he isn't dropping out just yet.
June 9 Stephen Colbert has parts of the candidate's prepared statements.
June 8 She'd be our first female president, but our worst email president.
June 7 Stephen Colbert notes the one demographic group that Trump hasn't offended yet.
June 6 Bill Maher jokes about the NPS partnership program.
May 30 The 2016 GOP nominee celebrates clinching with a hamburger on his jet.
May 27 Late-night further examines the State Department IG report.
May 26 The release of an IG report means late-night TV can joked about Clinton's terrible records management.
May 25 The 2016 presumptive GOP nominee likes the word "boom."
May 24 Craigslist surely has some creeps who are into "the feet job."
May 23 The presumptive GOP nominee's comment about Chris Christie's weight didn't exactly land.
May 20 Trump's convention will be like a reality show and Sanders still won't quit.
May 19 There was one important thing to come out of Megyn Kelly's interview with Donald Trump.
May 18 Making extra copies of things is harder than it looks, apparently.
May 17 The Sunday New York Times piece on Trump's relationship with women is not a shock to Stephen Colbert.