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Entertainment
The "Daily Show" host had a reminder for senators who will act as jurors in Trump's impeachment trial.
World News
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman allegedly personally hacked into the phone of the Washington Post owner in 2018, according to media reports.
Entertainment
"Late Show" host hits at the Senate majority leader over impeachment shenanigans.
Politics
"I thought everyone wanted my authentic, unvarnished views!” the former Democratic nominee joked after criticizing Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Crime
Federal prosecutors asked to detain three members of the violent extremist group The Base, arguing that they had plotted violence to spark a civil war.
Politics
The attorney's old comments about impeachment were a little awkward in light of his current defenses of President Trump.
Women
Tilli Buchanan is facing a lewdness charge after she and her husband took off their shirts to keep their clothes from getting dirty while they hung drywall in their garage in a Salt Lake City suburb in late 2017 or early 2018.
Entertainment
The show will follow the adventures of 6-year-old Prince George as he prepares to become a future king.
U.S. News
The return of the company's top-selling aircraft, which has been grounded since March, was originally supposed to happen much sooner.
Entertainment
The "Game of Thrones" actor says her new pup is the "light of my goddamn life."
Politics
Many Twitter users pointed out that no verbatim transcript of Trump's calls with the Ukrainian president have been released.
Politics
The president declined to specify which countries his administration was considering adding to the controversial policy.
Weird News
An ad in the app's navigation app is misdirecting motorists headed to Atlantic City's Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa into New Jersey's Pine Barrens instead.
U.S. News
The new virus strain, which can spread from human-to-human contact, has killed at least nine people in China and sickened hundreds.
Politics
The newspaper's editorial board said Nunes has “betrayed the truth, betrayed the trust of voters and, quite possibly, betrayed our country."
Politics
Republicans have all but promised the swift acquittal of the president, who is charged with using the power of his office to further his political ambitions.
World News
Ousting Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro is Trump's dream and NSC official Mauricio Claver-Carone is eager to make it come true.
Politics
Republicans for the Rule of Law says “Americans deserve the truth" in its new spots targeting Mitt Romney, Susan Collins and more.
Politics
The president boldly went where no claim has gone before.
Entertainment
The "Last Week Tonight" host takes a break to rant about one smartphone feature that bugs him.