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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
In a statement, the Senator insisted he was just dropping his daughters off on Mars for a quick vacation.
Today’s ruling by the Supreme Court will allow state investigators access to the former president’s tax returns, potentially setting up felony charges against the former leader and his family.
Quarantinewhile… Friends of the show Metallica tore the virtual roof off their performance at BlizzCon over the weekend, but some fans streaming on Twitch didn’t get to hear it.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Senator Ted Cruz hands out water for a photo op, electricity bills across Texas spike, and Cruz changes his tune on government regulation.
The U.S. surpasses 500,000 coronavirus deaths, a 90-year-old Seattle woman walks six miles in the snow for her vaccine, and two Florida women dress up as grannies to cut the vaccination line
Election fraud is something we’ve come to expect from America, but not beautiful, COVID-free New Zealand. Michael Kosta reports on a rigged election that ruffled the country’s feathers: the Bird of the Year competition.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at the Republican Party lying about the Green New Deal and the 2020 election as the U.S. passes a grim coronavirus milestone and Texas experiences an unprecedented power crisis.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
The weather has been crazy across the country, on Saturday debris from a United flight headed to Honolulu landed outside of Denver, Ted Cruz continues to do damage control after his stupid trip to Mexico, members of Trump Incorporated are looking to point the finger of blame for the mess in Texas, Greg Kelly of Newsmax devoted a full segment of his show this weekend to Biden’s German Shepherd, fan accounts for the President’s dogs are posting tweets from their point of view, Diamond and Silk have a show on Newsmax where they cover “important” topics, we are one step closer to maybe getting a look at Trump’s tax returns and Don Jr. was sure to comment on it, MyPillow Mike Lindell is being sued by Dominion Voting Systems for more than $1.3 billion for falsely claiming that their voting machines were rigged, and Jimmy and Guillermo try the new signature greeting from “The Bachelor.”
The Late Late Show with James Corden
After a week off, James Corden is excited to be back in the studio with the team — even though he’s short a drummer for a minute. And James looks at the headlines, including Donald Trump learning he has to hand over his taxes to New York investigators and Dr. Fauci sharing he thinks we’ll be wearing masks for quite a while.
James takes a moment to look at some recent actual headlines and what the headline was really trying to say. And James tries to decide how he feels about “Sex and the City” reboot.