This is what we've been missing this election season.
For those who want to laugh lest they cry about the state of American politics, Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart, Samantha Bee and others take on the Republican National Convention.
Campaigns are about more than winners and losers.
Stephen Colbert wouldn't take no for an answer when he asked the speaker of the House if he's eyeing the White House.
Colbert's apology to Australia, which aired on "The Late Show", is one of many memes to hit the web.
The "Late Show" host teaches the Democratic front-runner the delicate art of eating cheesecake in front of the press.
The Ohio governor scrambled when Colbert challenged him on the new Supreme Court vacancy.
On Wednesday night, the Democratic presidential hopeful stopped by "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert."
She now counts the Taliban as fans of her show.
The Atlanta native is so much more than just a rapper.
The former "Daily Show" host went orange for his latest appearance talking about the Zadroga Act for 9/11 responders.
In a moving interview, the vice president suggests he isn't emotionally ready to run for president.
The old Comedy Central magic was missing—until he took on Donald Trump.
Some things change, some things stay the same as Colbert brings a party to the Ed Sullivan Theater.
After a rough summer of childish celebrity gags, late-night TV is about to get good again.
For when you stay up too late watching Colbert's show, he's got a pick-me-up for you in the morning.
The punniest satirist in America signs off for the final time.
"Guys like us understand leadership," Stephen Colbert told President Barack Obama on his late-night comedy show, "The Colbert Report."
Some media commentators hoped that CBS would inject some diversity into the late-night lineup. Maybe next time