The state of Indiana is still getting hammered on late night comedy.
Mitt Romney appeared with Jimmy Fallon, to talk about his upcoming charity boxing match with Evander Holyfield. But first, he had a chat with "himself" in the mirror.
Jon Stewart, 1 — Department of Veterans Affairs, 0
Jon Stewart noticed that Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) launched his campaign with a speech about freedom — which students were required to attend.
Jon Stewart highlighted America's love of super-sized, ostentatiously unhealthy fast food.
Larry Wilmore bluntly said that Rudy Giuliani's statements about President Obama were racist.
David Letterman tied off the Presidents Day holiday with a very special 'Vintage Presidential Blooper.' (Spoiler: It kind of involves George W. Bush.)
Jon Stewart is glad that somebody is finally being held accountable for lying about the Iraq War.
Potential 2016 contenders Chris Christie and Rand Paul got some unwanted attention on the late night shows.
Conan O'Brien said his hometown of Boston let him down after the Super Bowl — when they *didn't* riot in victory.
With the Super Bowl coming up, the late night shows had a last look at the under-inflated footballs scandal.