Trump and his new legal team member Rudy Giuliani are "basically two versions of the same person," John Oliver said.
Oliver gave a crash course on crisis pregnancy centers and the deceptive tactics they apparently employ.
The HBO host revealed some shocking truths about our country's immigration court system—including the fact that children as young as 3 or 4 are required to defend themselves.
The children's book is dedicated to "every bunny who has ever felt different."
Actress Kathryn Rossetter describes a "horrific, demoralizing and abusive experience" of being subject to Hoffman's abusive behavior.
Things got very tense at a 20th anniversary screening of 'Wag the Dog.'
Lauer's ouster "shows how serious this issue has become, not just at NBC News but throughout our country." Just not at the White House.
The innuendos feel less hilariously awkward and more darkly foreboding.
"Trump may be the first-ever troll to be elected president."
And he's not even the only one who described Trump's tenure using an image involving male genitalia.
The "Last Week Tonight" host reacts to the academy's expulsion of the disgraced Hollywood producer.
"Monuments are not how we record history—books are, museums are, Ken Burns 12-part miniseries are."
Trump had a "week of embarrassments," according to the HBO comedian.
"Arpaio broke the rules he was sworn to uphold, rules that are put in place to protect citizens from a government going out of control," Oliver said of the former Arizona sheriff.
"He threw an airball so far away it landed in the Third Reich."
"If everyone is really honest, your level of fear over the North Korea situation is in direct proportion to whether they can hit the exact place where you live," said Oliver.
Jones's reported "health expert" falsely claims to be an MIT alum, Oliver says.
A Russian court ruled that the presence of ISIS symbols in a John Oliver clip made it "extremist."
"The care of America's kidneys is way too important to be treated like a fast food experience," says Oliver.
Campaigners are "extremely skeptical" about the FCC's claims that hackers knocked out the website.
The television host called upon viewers to flood the FCC with comments on its plan to reverse rules that prevent data discrimination.
The New York Times is trying to "understand" Trump, as if journalism were some kind of group therapy.