Last Week Tonight

The late-night series sees the British comic review what happened the past seven days in news, politics and current events, all with a heavy dose of satire, of course.

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    Cable companies are trying to create an unequal playing field for internet speeds, but they’re doing it so boringly that most news outlets aren’t covering it.

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    John Oliver discusses America’s growing wealth gap and why it may be a problem in the future.

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    Sugar. It’s in everything!
    Is it good for us? Well, the sugar industry thinks so.

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    State lotteries claim to be good for education and the general wellbeing of citizens.
    But are they? (Spoiler alert: No.)

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    John Oliver discusses student debt, which is awful, as well as for-profit colleges, who are awfully good at inflicting debt upon us.

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    ISIS is rapidly spreading throughout the Middle East.
    One country needs to step up and take action.

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    The United States has launched a huge number of drone strikes under President Obama.
    It’s widely accepted and extremely terrifying.

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    Cameras aren’t allowed in the Supreme Court, so most coverage of our most important cases looks like garbage.

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    We cannot legally guarantee you’ll be happier if you watch this, but it’s physically impossible not to smile.

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    Lowe’s is employing robots this holiday season.
    But can robots provide the most vital customer service of all?
    Nick Offerman, H. Jon Benjamin, and Sarah Baker help us show that they cannot.