But the even more crucial question, as Seth discovered: Does Jeb even want to be president, or is he simply running due to family pressure?
Larry Wilmore brought a special guest on 'The Nightly Show' to provide an expert commentary on what it's like to be just about to leave a job: Jon Stewart from 'The Daily Show.' But for ...
Larry Wilmore and Mike Yard took another look at Donald Trump's potential appeal to minority voters — as a 1990s rapper getting into fights with everyone.
Jon Stewart came back from his two-week vacation — and was glad to have Donald Trump around, as "the patron saint of topical comedians who are just running out the clock."
Jimmy Fallon welcomed a special surprise guest, director Judd Apatow — with some ideas to use Jimmy's finger-cast as advertising space.
Jimmy Fallon returned from an interesting vacation — in which he almost lost a finger due to an unusual injury, an experience that has left him with profound gratitude to his doctors.
Jon Stewart, Jordan Klepper, and Hasan Minhaj had a collective reaction to the prospects of The Donald's candidacy that was less than "safe for work."
Larry Wilmore could only ask of Don Rumsfeld: You do realize that all your past comments ridiculing any doubts about the Iraq War are on tape, right?
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) appeared with Seth Meyers to promote his Democratic presidential campaign. And he explained why "democratic socialist" should not be a dirty word.
Jon Stewart looked at Jeb Bush's contortions this week over whether he would have invaded Iraq — and wondered if, despite what Jeb says, maybe questioning that war isn't really the biggest "disservice" that's been ...