The FCC hit the network with the six-figure penalty after its late-night show misused the wireless emergency alert tone.
The Democratic presidential candidate got into their nail salon Q&A more than you can imagine.
The host took priceless digs at the president for saying, "If you’re wealthy, it doesn’t matter. I just want to do a great job.”
The annual event attracted all shapes and sizes — but the biggest splash was unmistakable.
The host zinged the president's cozy pen pal correspondence with the North Korean dictator and his Sharpie-written letters to Justin Trudeau.
The comedian told Jimmy Kimmel her pop "did not support it at all" — and she wasn't kidding.
The talk show's on-the-street stunt turned up the degree of difficulty.
The talk show host zinged the Twitter-challenged leader on his latest gaffe.
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host called on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to take up the House's gun legislation.
Jimmy Kimmel highlighted that newscasters around the nation cannot seem to believe it's August.
The late-night host wants to rid the world of useless and silly petitions.
Louis-Dreyfus' “Seinfeld” character helped popularize the phrase, and she thinks there's a reason the Democratic candidate used it.
Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Meyers each delivered their own amusing takes on the debate.
"It was like watching the seven dwarfs offering Snow White a poison apple."
Late night comics went after President Donald Trump for calling Baltimore a “rodent infested mess.”
"I wish this was a bit, but it's not," the "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" actress said on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
The late-night TV host highlighted a potential issue with the Democratic presidential candidate's rallying cry.