With simple facts and logic, Trevor Noah demolished Trump's suggestion that Spain build a border wall across the Sahara desert.
Hillary Clinton warned that Trump could go on a firing spree in November and that he'll be uncontrollable if Democrats don't take back at least one congressional chamber.
The woman caught on camera ringing a neighbor's doorbell in the middle of the night gives details of the terrifying events that led to her looking for help.
After months of trading barbs both online and on TV, Michael Avenatti joined Tucker Carlson so they could insult each other in person.
Christina Aguilera said the feud between her and Britney Spears was overblown and that she'd be "down" with doing a song together.
To help keep a happy couple together, Chris Harrison hooked up Grocery Store Joe with a spot next season — even though he claims he can't dance a step.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward responded to the president's attacks ahead of the release of his new book, "Fear: Trump in the White House."
Wearing his best Florida gear, John Oliver implored Floridians to help make up for their own mistakes by passing an amendment that would return voting rights to felons.
Paul McCartney and Jimmy Fallon surprised groups of fans who thought they were just on a regular tour of 30 Rockefeller Center.
Rudy Giuliani vehemently denied that Trump ever called him a baby in need of a nappy change and claimed to have several sources to back up his much more flattering version of the story.
Low approval ratings have prompted Vladimir Putin to create a weekly reality show about himself to be shown on state-run TV.
After being rude to Kendall and instigating a fight with fan favorite "Grocery Store Joe," Leo was escorted out of "Bachelor in Paradise."
Retired U.S. Rep. Barney Frank walked out on an interview with Sacha Baron Cohen as Cohen tried to prove the conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton ran a child trafficking ring.
Chris Cuomo and Kellyanne Conway got into it over the Trump administration's attempt to use Mollie Tibbetts's murder to bolster its anti-immigration policies.
One day after becoming the "Raw" women's champion, Ronda Rousey didn't like what Stephanie McMahon had to say, so she put her in an arm bar.
On "Who Is America?," Sacha Baron Cohen persuaded a food critic to eat what Cohen told him was a former Chinese dissident and then to thank the family of the "donor."
Fired FBI agent Peter Strzok’s GoFundMe page keeps raising its goal when the previous one is met, which “The Daily Show” called a scam.
Samantha Bee discovered that the U.S. food industry would pretty much grind to a halt without the labor of undocumented immigrants.
After the Trump campaign filed an action against her, Omarosa is being cautious when discussing her secret recordings of Trump and associates.
Ronda Rousey gave a touching tribute to WWE legend—and dad—Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart, who died early Monday morning from injuries sustained in a fall at his Florida home.
After her anti-immigrant monologue, John Oliver made it perfectly clear that he believes Fox News host Laura Ingraham is racist.
Fifty years after Franklin appeared as the first black character in the "Peanuts" comic strip, "The Daily Show" pointed out how he was portrayed as a stereotype.
Samantha Bee sent out correspondents to troll Sean Spicer on his book tour, asking him about profiting from lying to the American people and the press.