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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
When the world howls for justice, call on CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.
It’s never too late to contribute to Stephen’s favorite hashtag, #HeWhoShallBeNamed, especially if you’re former President Barack Obama who reportedly describes his successor with the kind of words we’re not supposed to say on CBS.
Are you one of those people feeling anxious about seeing people again? Stephen Colbert has your back with this short educational film that will help you conquer your anxiety upon reentry into society.
What if Marjorie Taylor Green’s “what-aboutisms” during debate on a January 6th commission carried the exact same frequency of llamas’ mating call?
Many rioters from the January 6th insurrection brag their way into arrest, while others find lawyers with bizarre defense strategies. Meanwhile, the House approves a commission to investigate the Capitol attack, and top Republican figures, including Trump, push back.
Hey kids, you might have heard some crazy things about January 6th. But what really happened?
Andrew Cuomo is set to earn $5.1 million from his pandemic leadership book, and Desi Lydic breaks down what sexual harassment is in the wake of allegations against the governor.
Seth takes a closer look at Republican leaders announcing their opposition to a commission to investigate the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol as the party intensifies its efforts to rewrite history.
Billions of cicadas will emerge in more than a dozen U.S. states and one guy is ready to eat them, the New York Attorney General’s office has informed Donald Trump that his organization is now under criminal investigation even though he thinks he can do whatever he wants, he sat down for an interview with OAN and is still whining about the election, Fox News is asking to dismiss a 1.6 billion dollar lawsuit filed against them by Dominion Voting Systems, the House voted to create an independent commission to look into the January 6th attack on the Capitol, today is grand re-opening day for many businesses in New York, there is a group that doesn’t want us to go back to the way things were before the pandemic, and we journey back twelve months ago for “This Week in COVID History.”
James Corden kicks off the show admitting he’s not the most tech savvy individual. And he gets into the headlines including the state of New York’s investigation into The Trump Organization turning criminal in scope, and President Joe Biden calling out a tough crowd during his first commencement address as POTUS. And a story about Earth’s total population of birds leads to the gang wondering why they’ve never seen a baby pigeon in the wild.