Trump's campaign has legitimized Richard Spencer's movement, and Spencer couldn't be happier about it
How former Democrats Diamond and Silk became the Republican nominee's biggest boosters
Decades of right-wing attacks turned a crusader of women's rights into a major target of hate
"We believe that Donald Trump's divisiveness, recklessness, incompetence, and record-breaking unpopularity risk turning this election into a Democratic landslide"
While Trump's rise wrecks the GOP, Clinton's success marks the resilience of the Democratic center
His comments about "Second Amendment people" were the product of a violent campaign and Republican Party
"The simple presidential duty of comforting the families of fallen soldiers may actually be beyond his capabilities," says 'Last Week Tonight' host
Conventions depicted starkly different visions of our nation. In November, we must vote for one of them
Donald Trump was owed a favor
'Late Show' host's live shows gave us return of Jon Stewart and 'Stephen Colbert' — and no sense of where he fits into Late-Night TV
"You cannot say Trump isn't a visionary," said 'Last Week Tonight' host. "For a long time, he was the only one who envisioned himself as a presidential nominee"
Republican National Convention made a joke of American democracy
"We Are the Champions" is so deeply embedded in popular culture that many, including clueless Republicans, take it for granted
Luciano Pavarotti's estate criticize Trump's use of "Nessun Dorma," saying mogul's world view is "incompatible" with late opera singer
"Those fighting to be included in the ideal of equality are not being divisive," Stewart says. "Those fighting to keep those people out are"