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“Drain the Swamp” Becoming a Joke of Dudes with Awkward Thumbs Up

President Trump and most people around him are draining this phrase out of its meaning day by day.

The Entire World is Laughing at America; Says Donald Trump

This segment of a Closer Look with Seth Meyers sheds some light on the current problems this administration is facing that other democracies are looking at and comparing.

A Brazen Heist of the Country with the Approval of the Entire GOP

Seth takes a closer look at the Republicans' sweeping overhaul of the tax code that will overwhelmingly benefit the wealthy.

A Closer Look: “You Are the Reason My Daddy Drinks”

At a Halloween event for the press corp, Trump told kid Trick-Or-Treaters many things. 'A Closer Look' segment in the Late Night with Seth Meyers had the best description: "You Are the Reason My Daddy Drinks"

Trump Waffles on DACA but Paul Ryan Flips So Much he Should Be at SeaWorld

Congress and Senate ambivalence somehow makes look worse what comes out of this administration's agenda.

Nephew-Nazi: the Proof that Trump Didn’t Mean his Makeup Statement

A Closer Look with Seth Meyers served to reflect on the Nephew-Nazi typo in the White House statement on #Charlottesville and Trump's silence for two days.

Team Trump’s Absurd Defenses for Donald Trump Jr.’s Emails

Watch the latest episode of a Closer Look by Seth Meyers, laugh and reflect on the recent team Trump's absurd defenses for Donald Trump Jr.'s emails.

Trump Administration is Lawyering Up: “Oh boy, this is weird”

As the special counsel investigation into Russian election interference progresses is Trump and his administration staff is hiring criminal lawyers to respond to requests.

A Closer Look: Trump’s Optics in the Past Hours Have Been Disastrous

Watch a recent episode of Seth Meyers' a Closer Look where he reflects about how Trump's optics in the past hours have been disastrous due to Comey's firing.


Solid US hiring lowers unemployment rate in latest sign of a still-sturdy job market

Last month’s job gain was inflated by the return of about 40,000 formerly striking auto workers and actors, who were not at work in October but were back on the job in November.

Trump’s vow to only be a dictator on ‘day one’ follows growing worry over his authoritarian rhetoric

Trump has a long history of making inflammatory proclamations that spark outrage from detractors and generate a stream of headlines.

Chronic fatigue syndrome is more common than some past studies suggest

Doctors have not been able to pin down a cause, although research suggests it is a body’s prolonged overreaction to an infection or other jolt to the immune system.

Why the NCAA president is proposing some schools should be permitted to pay athletes

Schools paying athletes has been banned by the NCAA for decades, a new proposal is aimed at changing that.