Last week, a leaked draft of a highly anticipated Supreme Court opinion appeared online. Penned by Justice Samuel Alito, it overturns the landmark Roe versus Wade decision.
In a web exclusive clip, Oliver gets hilariously irate with ‘Air Bud’.
Crack a confession and case closed, right? Well, not really, and on the latest episode of ‘Last Week Tonight’ this was unpacked in greater detail.
Unlike that friend of yours on Facebook who keeps tagging brands and having a moan, people seem to actually enjoy John Oliver’s rants.
Misery loves company, so you might be pleased to know that America also has a serious power grid problem.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko is notoriously bad at accepting criticism, and don’t you dare make fun of his hair (or lack thereof).
The US exits Afghanistan after 20 years of war, with little to no success to show for it. John Oliver took an excellent look at how things reached this point during Sunday’s show.
In Sunday’s show, John Oliver did a deep dive into the shady world of ransomware attacks, and why we should all be a little worried.
The name of the show pretty much sums it up. In Danish, “diller” is slang for penis, so Dillermand’s name translates as ‘John Penis-man’.
At least Joe Rogan was self-aware enough to label himself a “f*cking moron” after his vaccine comments. Still, that didn’t save him from being called out on ‘Last Week Tonight’.
Tucker Carlson has risen to the top of the Fox News food chain by stoking outrage at every opportunity, whilst lawyers defending him argue he is “not stating actual facts”.
Whilst police raids are the staple of shows like ‘Cops’, there is much work that needs to be done, both in terms of training and legislation, to prevent the sort of tragedies currently seen all too often.
We’re still knee-deep in the mess that is COVID-19, but John Oliver has a warning for all those who think this is as bad as pandemics can get.
Last week, John focused on the US election. He would have hoped things had drawn to a close by now, more than a week after Joe Biden was declared president-elect, but here we are.
The past week has been a rollercoaster ride, with enough action and intrigue packed in to last us through until the end of the year. Here’s John Oliver’s superb recap.
No matter who comes out tops in the US presidential election, Trump will still call the shots until January 20. That should worry every American.
Donald Trump has formally moved to withdraw the US from the WHO, and there are a number of reasons why that is ill-advised.
On November 3, America will vote for its next president, but the country needs to prepare for what could be weeks and months of legal battles.
As soon as the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was announced, you just knew the final few weeks leading up the US election were going to become even nastier.
When John Oliver laid into the town of Danbury, Connecticut, he set in motion a chain of events that has taken some unlikely twists and turns.
He was going to build the wall (a beautiful wall, more beautiful than any wall ever, so beautiful), and Mexico was going to pay for it. How’s that panning out?
In the US, different states are free to teach their own version of American history. Unsurprisingly, there are some wild inconsistencies.
South Africa is grappling with the issue of the spread of the coronavirus in our prison system, although that’s not a problem unique to this country.
Facial recognition technology is advancing at a rate of knots, but there are many concerns around how it is used, especially by law enforcement and governments.
The second Twitter fact-checked a Trump tweet about voting by mail, you knew a meltdown was imminent.
In his latest ‘Last Week Tonight’ segment, John Oliver once again looked at the coronavirus, but with a particular focus on sport.
In Sunday’s show, John Oliver looks at America’s mass surge in unemployment, and how many essential workers are being hung out to dry.
Fox News sets the bar pretty low, but now there’s a new player in town and they’re really scraping the barrel.
With so much misinformation out there, and government responses that vary from blasé to panic, here’s what John Oliver thinks of it all.
India is the largest democracy in the world, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi isn’t loved by everyone.