Last Week Tonight

Warren G. Harding returns to the big screen to save the day with a little help from Tom Hanks and a team of presidential wax statues.

John Oliver and some of America's favorite recording artists remind politicians not to use their songs without permission on the campaign trail. 

Daily fantasy sports sites claim they are not gambling enterprises, but they seem awfully…gamblish. If only their ads were more truthful.

Millions of migrants seeking asylum in Europe face hostility, racism, and red tape. John Oliver does one admittedly tiny thing for one of them. 

The Miranda warning includes the right to a public defender. It doesn't include the fact that public defenders are highly overworked and grossly underpaid.

Sex education varies widely between school districts, leaving many teens without comprehensive information. We made a video that covers what some schools are too embarrassed to teach.

Online harassment is a major problem, but it's rarely prosecuted. If only we'd been warned about this in the early days of the internet.

Many American companies do not offer paid leave after the birth of a child, which means they probably shouldn't run sappy Mother's Day ads.

Pharmaceutical companies spend billions of dollars marketing drugs to doctors. We have a few issues with that.

Did you know police can just take your stuff if they suspect it's involved in a crime? They can! It's a shady process called "civil asset forfeiture," and it would make for a weird episode of Law and Order.

Jeff Goldblum is amazing. Here are some outtakes of him harassing a stack of money that didn't make it into our Law and Order: Civil Forfeiture Unit segment.