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Play of the Day: Will Chelsea Clinton's Baby Run For President in 2016?

April 18, 2014 Chelsea Clinton is pregnant, and everyone is talking about it. Craig Ferguson wants to know, "Is it a boy? Is it a girl? Is it going to run for president in 2016?" Plus: Conan O'Brien reveals the missing detail of Jeb Bush's thoughts on immigration: his wife, who immigrated from ...

Play of the Day: The Five Worst Jobs in America Surprisingly Don't Include Politician

April 17, 2014 A study ranking the worst jobs in America has put lumberjack in the No. 1 spot, just ahead of newspaper reporters. No mention of politicians on the list, surprisingly. But the fifth worst job might have Stephen Colbert considering a new line of work — maybe, say, mathematician? Plus: A ...

Play of the Day: Putin Is Making New Friends Since Leaving the G8

April 15, 2014 Vladimir Putin is going to have to get used to some new friends since he's been kicked out of the G8. But David Letterman doesn't think the Russian president will be missing too much action. Plus: The 'blood moon' lunar eclipse might be pleasing to Colorado onlookers, especially if they've ...

Play of the Day: GOP Candidates Promise to 'Kill' Obamacare

April 11, 2014 Many Republican candidates have very strong opinions on guns — and a few have a very unique way of using them in attack ads. As kill-the-bill ads get more and more intense, Jon Stewart isn't sure that these representatives really understand the concept of bills and how they differ from, ...

Play of the Day: Obama's Equal Pay Hypocrisy

April 10, 2014 The White House celebrated Equal Pay Day yesterday, with President Obamasigning an executive order to extend workplace protections for women. However, Stephen Colbert thinks Obama might be giving women in his own workplace the short end of the pay stub. Plus: Ukraine is having more problems (beyond being unidentifiable on ...

Play of the Day: A New Kind of Republican Budget

April 4, 2014 Paul Ryan unveiled his budget proposal, which was immediately met with criticism from the President. However, did anyone actually take a look inside? Jimmy Fallon investigates the very detailed proposal, month-by-month. Plus: Vladimir Putin finalized his divorce, and the Daily Show and Colbert Report try to make sense of McCutcheon ...

Play of the Day: Russia's New Weapons of Aquatic Destruction

March 28, 2014 Russia now has control over an arsenal of deadly weapons. Defense dolphins, which were supposed to protect Ukraine's border, may pose a threat to the U.S. — if they can figure out how to shoot those pistols attached to their heads. At least the U.N. is doing all it can ...

Play of the Day: Obama's a Target for Lunchroom Bullying

March 25, 2014 Barack Obama isn't the most popular guy at the moment, and things have gotten tense at the Nuclear Security Summit as none of the other world leaders want to sit with him in the cafeteria. But at least Obama decided to show up. (Jimmy Fallon is looking at you, Putin.) ...

Play of the Day: Russia's Actions Will Leave It 'Alone and Naked'

March 19, 2014 Russia's actions in Ukraine have drawn the ire of many U.S. leaders. Vice President Joe Biden said that the move to annex Crimea has left Russia "alone and naked," but Jimmy Fallon thinks that Vladimir Putin doesn't mind being alone and naked. In fact, it's his preferred style of hunting. ...

Play of the Day: Will the Real Crimeans Please Stand Up?

March 18, 2014 Crimea votes overwhelmingly to join Russia, but Jimmy Fallon isn't convinced that real Crimeans turned out for the vote. Exit poll participants all look eerily similar. Or maybe the vote turned out this way because those who didn't vote to join Russia "answered wrong" and had to try again. Plus: ...