NEW YORK -- The day after his New Hampshire primary victory, Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders shot hoops with the ladies of “The View,” sipped beer with “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert and paid a visit to the small apartment in Brooklyn where he grew up. The Vermont senator’s whirlwind of a Wednesday in the […]
The top moments of the last Republican debate were Ben Carson’s entrance and Marco Rubio’s robotic repetition of a single line, even after Chris Christie had already started mocking him for this. Stephen Colbert mocked all three Republicans in the video above. Now that the New Hampshire results are in, we know that this could [...]Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert knows how to draw the comedic potential out of reporters. In short promos for The Late Show, Colbert’s brought out Ted Koppel’s best deadpan with a video of fake news stories, and he sent Slate’s own John Dickerson on a whimsical road trip with Abraham Lincoln. Show More Summary
If you are angry about Donald Trump's position as the leader of the Republican presidential race and winner of the New Hampshire primary, just remember this: It's all Stephen Colbert's fault. Well, Colbert and the takeover of the Republican...Show More Summary
After a morning meeting with Al Sharpton in Sylvia’s Restaurant in Harlem, New Hampshire primary Dem victor Bernie Sanders warmed up for tonight’s interview with Stephen Colbert making a visit to ABC’s daytime talker The View to sample his Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavor, Bernie’s Yearning. Show More Summary
Is Bernie Sanders our next openly resentful secretary of state? Ah, New Hamphshire, where stakes are higher than Iowa, explained host Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show." "The winners survive and move on to the next primary while the...Show More Summary
Bernie Sanders is hopping back on a plane to appear on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show, and ABC’s daytime talker The View, tomorrow in anticipation of a big win tonight in the New Hampshire primary vote. Extremely early stats show Sanders...Show More Summary
Fox News staple Bill O’Reilly tried to convince Stephen Colbert that Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are pretty much the same person during an appearance by O’Reilly on CBS’s “Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Here’s the video:
For the first time since Stephen Colbert shed his right-wing blowhard character from the "Colbert Report," his former muse, Bill O'Reilly, joined him on "The Tonight Show" for a frank discussion in advance of the New Hampshire primary. The...Show More Summary
The Republican presidential candidate's debate-entrance gaffe was fodder for both Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel Monday night.
If you're anything like me, you either binge watch television shows online or watch small chunks of them while you eat your pathetic lunch, but if you WERE watching The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night on your magical television...Show More Summary
CBS "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert began his Monday-night show with a hilarious spoof of the botched intro to Saturday's Republican presidential debate, during which retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson created a logjam when he didn't hear...Show More Summary
On last night’s Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, and a team of poets and musicians delivered a dramatic performance of “White Privilege II”—the song Macklemore released last month as an express reaction to theShow More Summary
This is SO powerful. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis went on The Late Show Monday night with host Stephen Colbert, and performed their new song White Privilege II along side special guest Jamila Woods. While the controversial song may have originally caused a stir due to the rapper's noticeably white skin, it looks like Macklemore heard what people [...]
In a bit that made you wish The Colbert Report’s version of Stephen Colbert was still around and running in this year’s Republican primary, Stephen Colbert Ben Carsoned his Late Show entrance like a human golden retriever unable to understand verbal commands. Unlike Ben Carson’s actual botched debate entrance, Colbert... More »
Although the Stephen Colbert of the “Late Show” can’t compare to the host of the “Colbert Report” when it comes to setting Fox News hosts straight, his recent discussion with the “O’Reilly Factor” pundit is certainly worth a watch, especially the bit where Colbert points out why O’Reilly is dead wrong about Sanders’s policies.
Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, a choir and jazz musicians gathered on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert's stage Monday night for a dramatic interpretation of the rapper's latest single, "White Privilege II." For the first two-thirds of the epic-length tune, Macklemore grasps the mic, a sole figure in the spotlight, as glimpses...
Bill O'Reilly discussed the similarities between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders on The Late Show Monday, telling Stephen Colbert that both candidates "were really the same guy, they just change their facial expressions." Amidst some concerned "Ooh"'s from the audience, Colbert jumped to note: "I've never seen them in the same room at the...
GOP debates, once tanking, haves soared to new heights thanks to—who would have guessed it—Chris Christie. After making a very Ben Carson-like entrance, Stephen Colbert predicted a New Hampshire primary bloodbath on Monday night's show. Show More Summary
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis performed their track "White Privilege II" on last night's episode of "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert." They were joined by the song's featured vocalist Jamila Woods and poets Nikkita Oliver and Danez Smith. Watch it below. Read "Macklemore’s 'White Privilege II' Is a Mess, But We Should Talk About It" on the Pitch.