Colbert Presents Evidence That Trump Is Still 'Unfit to Be President' After 'Anticlimactic' Mueller Report — Watch
Late-Night Hosts Blast Trump's Response to New Zealand Shootings: He's a 'Product of White Supremacy'
Several late-night hosts began their weeks by addressing the March 15 mosque shootings that left 50 people dead in Christchurch, New Zealand — and they were none too pleased by President Trump’s response to the tragedy. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
Stephen Colbert to Tucker Carlson: 'You're Awful on So Many Levels' for Offensive Radio Comments — Watch
Just hours after Tucker Carlson defended a series of sexist and offensive comments that recently resurfaced from the 2000s, Stephen Colbert had some harsh words for the Fox News host. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Colbert, Kimmel Mock R. Kelly's Unhinged CBS This Morning Interview
On Wednesday’s broadcasts of The Late Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
Stephen Colbert Addresses Pittsburgh Shooting on Late Show: 'Hate Is Not What America Stands For' — Watch
Following the Oct. 27 shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, which left 11 Jewish worshippers dead, Stephen Colbert opened Monday’s Late Show broadcast with words of comfort for his viewers. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Stephen Colbert Addresses Suspended CBS Executive: 'It Seemed Like Someone Was Protecting This Guy'
Stephen Colbert on Wednesday addressed the news that Vincent “Vinnie” Favale, the senior vice president of talent at CBS, had been placed on administrative leave following multiple allegations of using sexual and homophobic language in the workplace. READ MORE
Late-Night Hosts Mock Frantic Cable News Coverage of Rod Rosenstein: 'The Media Can't Help Themselves'
Cable news reporters couldn’t quite get their stories straight on Monday when it seemed that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein might be exiting his job — and late-night TV hosts were happy to poke fun at the confusion. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
Stephen Colbert Weighs In on CBS Boss Les Moonves' Ouster — Watch
Stephen Colbert kicked off the week’s Late Show episodes on Monday by briefly addressing Les Moonves’ exit as chairman and CEO of CBS, adding that he is “not surprised” to see Moonves leaving the network. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Stephen Colbert Addresses Moonves Harassment Allegations on Late Show: 'I Do Believe in Accountability'
Three days after CBS Corporation president Les Moonves was accused of decades of sexual harassment, Stephen Colbert had the unenviable task of addressing the allegations leveled against his boss. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO