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Play of the Day -- Secret Service under fire

April 17, 2012 Late-night hosts including Conan O'Brien and Jon Stewart spent much of their monologues finding humor in the Secret Service prostitution scandal which occurred prior to President Obama's arrival at the Summit of the Americas. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:18 to hear about the worst scandal in...

Play of the Day -- The hilarity of North Korea's missile launch

April 16, 2012 The failure of North Korea's missile was the focus of most of the late night shows on Friday. Apparently, this member of the Axis of Evil's military is a laughing matter. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:08 to hear how New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie usurped Newark...

Play of the Day -- Ann Romney, mothers and 'work'

April 13, 2012 Stephen Colbert and Jay Leno weighed in on the Hilary Rosen and Ann Romney kerfuffle while other hosts focused on Trayvon Martin and Kanye West being a 'jackass'. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:30 to find out how the 2006 Duke lacrosse team may be related to...

Play of the Day -- More on Santorum's departure

April 12, 2012 Jon Stewart of The Daily Show and the other late-night hosts continue to find humor in Santorum's ill fated presidential campaign, and Newt Gingrich's money issues become late-night fodder. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:51 to watch Anderson Cooper fail to contain his laughter.

Play of the Day -- Farewell, Rick Santorum

April 11, 2012 To summarize the sentiments of the late night hosts concerning Rick Santorum ending his bid for the presidency, Stephen Colbert of the Colbert Report yelled a sarcastic "Nooooooooo" and Conan O'Brien asked "Who's Rick Santorum?" Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:41 to see when Jimmy Fallon says...

Play of the Day -- Gov. Christie has Peep issues

April 10, 2012 On the Late Show, host David Letterman jokes about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's supposed propensity for devouring Peeps over Easter, and remaining late night hosts discuss President Obama's Easter festivities and Mitt Romney as the eventual GOP nominee. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:13 to see...

Play of the Day -- Romney appeals to voters over the holiday weekend

April 9, 2012 On The Tonight Show, Jay Leno joked about Mitt Romney's ill-fated attempts to appeal to Christian and Jewish voters during the Easter and Passover holiday weekend. Jimmy Kimmel weighed in on the gravity of the decisions made by the highest courts in the land. Today's Must See Moment - Fast...

Play of the Day -- The Daily Show takes on the GSA scandal

April 6, 2012 Jon Stewart does not approve of the General Services Administration's spending practices, but if the government is going to blow nearly a million dollars in Las Vegas he would prefer if they wasted taxpayer money on cool stuff. Jimmy Kimmel provides a new perspective the recent Master's golf tournament controversy,...

Video: Obama speaks at African American Museum groundbreaking

February 22, 2012 President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama, along with other influential American leaders, attended the groundbreaking of the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Wednesday in Washington. The museum's mission is to "be a place where all Americans can learn about the richness and diversity of the...

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