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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
They’re going to have to postpone all of those shootouts they had planned.
The GOP appears to have decided that high voter turnout was responsible for their losses in the 2020 election, so Republican legislators are pushing 253 bills with provisions that restrict voting access in 43 states
In Stephen’s unfortunate new segment “Uh-Oh,” he takes a look at the dangers posed by a Nevada bill that would allow big tech companies to build and govern their own cities without state oversight. What could go wrong?
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
States are easing restrictions as coronavirus cases tick up, the FBI warns about a potential Capitol attack on March 4, and Amazon has to change its app’s logo because it resembles Hitler.
The debate over a minimum wage increase has been heating up. Here’s a look at the problems with the current wage, why conservatives are so against raising it and what the Congressional Budget Office has found when running the numbers
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at Texas and Mississippi lifting their COVID-19 restrictions and Republicans staying silent on the drive to unionize Amazon workers.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
The website MyHeritage came up with something called “Deep Nostalgia” that will animate old pictures of your ancestors, security forces are on high alert at the Capitol thanks to a QAnon prophesy that says Donald Trump returns to the White House tomorrow, former VP Mike Pence wrote an op-ed about how the election was “marked by significant voting irregularities,” the logo for the new Amazon app had to be removed because critics claimed it resembled Hitler, England is rebranding breast milk, the CDC is hashing out guidelines for those who have been vaccinated to transition back into normal life, Jimmy interviews two young people who allegedly were caught dressing up as old people to get vaccines, “This Week in COVID History,” and lower birth rates are causing alarm amongst health officials so they’re looking for new ways to market parenthood to a skeptical generation.
The Late Late Show with James Corden
James Corden kicks off the show with big energy and the gang starts to make party plan after President Joe Biden announced enough COVID-19 vaccines will be available by the end of May. And James wonders what an America split into like-minded regions would look like before they take a long look at a rare sea worm that went viral on social media.