Tonight's guests include: Adele Stan, senior Washington correspondent for RH Reality Check Sister Helen Prejean, anti-death penalty advocate and author of “Dead Man Walking” And here is executive producer Bill Wolff with a preview of tonight's show:
On her eponymous 1 p.m. ET show on MSNBC on Thursday, host Andrea Mitchell ranted against House Republicans daring to introduce pro-life legislation to limit abortions: "The House is expected to vote by tonight on controversial new restrictions that would go against Roe v. Show More Summary
Tonight's guests include: Mark Seagraves, reporter for NBC 4 in Washington Rep. Zoe Lofgren, (D) California, member of House Judiciary Committee Here's the soundtrack, and here is executive producer Bill Wolff with a look at tonight's show:
Jay Leno continued his humorous attacks on Barack Obama Friday. Speaking about the LGBT Pride Month celebration at the White House, Leno joked during NBC’s Tonight Show monologue, “He promised that as long as he’s president, all Americans regardless of their sexual orientation will be spied on equally.” read more
Tonight's guests include: Tom Goldstein, co-founder of SCOTUSblog, Harvard Law School lecturer and frequent Supreme Court litigant Ayman Mohyeldin, NBC News foreign correspondent Video preview will be up shortly! Here's a song to help pass the time.
Tonight's guests include: Chris Hayes, host of "All In with Chris Hayes" and author of "Twilight of the Elites: America After Meritocracy," now out in paperback Andrea Mitchell, NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent and host of “Andrea Mitchell Reports” Rep. El …
Will the fabled Tonight Show, once home to legendary host Johnny Carson, become a vehicle for Democrat-approved politicians? Future Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon, who famously allowed President Barack Obama to push his agenda via a "slow jam" news segment, helped out another politician last night in the guise of comedy. Show More Summary
Tonight's guests include: Jose Antonio Vargas, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, immigration activist, and undocumented immigrant whose film “Documented” premiers at the American Film Institute screening on Friday, July 21 James Bamford, renowned author and reporter …
Late night comedian Jay Leno joked on Tuesday on "The Tonight Show" that the IRS will now audit Tim Tebow because the quarterback is now associated with the word "patriot." Leno joked that besides Patriots head coach Bill Belichick,Show More Summary
Jay Leno continued his humorous attacks on Barack Obama Tuesday. During a series of opening monologue jokes about the various scandals plaguing the White House, the NBC Tonight Show host said of quarterback Tim Tebow, “Now that he'sShow More Summary
Tonight's guests: Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, who is in a bipartisan group of eight senators that introduced a bill today to declassify FISA Court opinion
Super excited for tonight’s episode. And for the record, if you are one of the whiny morons who emails me every week after a Game of Thrones (or other tv show) open thread bitching about spoilers, do me a quick favor. Draw a hot bath, drink a bottle of wine, and take something sharp to [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
So it’s the season finale of Game of Thrones tonight. One hopes there is not another wedding. But why, aside from the casual violence and gratuitous nudity and, of course, Peter Dinklage is the HBO show so popular? In an otherwise excellent article on the appeal of the books and TV series for the London [...]
(Steven Hayward) Well why the heck not? He needs something to do after he retires from the Tonight Show. I think he already owns every classic car ever made. And he certainly seems to be cultivating a constituency with his recentShow More Summary
Jay Leno continued his humorous attacks on the White House Friday. In the middle of a lengthy set of opening monologue jokes about the various scandals plaguing Barack Obama, the NBC Tonight Show host said, “We wanted a president that listens to all Americans - now we have one” (video follows with transcript and absolutely no need for additional commentary): read more
Tonight's guests include: Sen. Jeff Merkley, (D) Oregon Kasie Hunt, NBC News political producer Tonight we will rhapsodize on the news.
The left thinks it may have found a way to stop Jay Leno from mocking President Barack Obama on a nightly basis from his Tonight Show perch. Thursday night’s Tonight Show episode found Leno cracking wise about the Big Brother-style antics of the current administration. Show More Summary
Jay Leno continued his string of humorous attacks on the White House Thursday. On NBC’s Tonight Show, the host joked about being worried as a kid about “Big Brother” saying, “Now with Obama, we actually have a brother watching us.” read more
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